Not long ago I wrote about Google Chrome’s proposal to include ActiveX in the Korean market. This seemed like a transparent attempt to gain browser market share in a country where, due to government regulations, websites are locked into using Internet Explorer and ActiveX to carry out ecommerce. In a press release from February the… Continue Reading ActiveX and the decline of Korean monoculture?
According to CNET Asia, Google announced ActiveX support for Google Chrome in Korea yesterday. I was particularly disappointed to read this as it reinforces crappy standards support and locking people into using certain browsers and denying choice. Of course I would say this being an Opera employee however with my Opera hat off I can… Continue Reading Don’t go spoiling the party: Google Chrome to support ActiveX in Korea