Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

John Hrvatin, program manager lead for Microsoft's Internet Explorer, says the move toward a "plug-in-free Web" is already in progress. "Any site that uses plug-ins needs to understand what ... customers experience when browsing plug-in-free. Lots of Web browsing today happens on devices that simply don't support plug-ins. Even browsers that do support plug-ins offer many ways to run plug-in-free." The devices Hrvatin references are smartphones and tablets, which do not include browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight. Tablets are wildly popular with consumers and we'll see a plethora of new devices available this year. In fact, I ranked tablets No. 3 in my "Top 10 real estate tech trends for 2012" column. According to the infographic ...