Orange has been pushing yet another widgets platform, this time with the magnificently Web 2.0 name Djinngo - pronounced 'gingo' - in the unshakeable belief that what the world needs is another Java-based widgets platform. The mobile industry used to be obsessed with how many clicks it took to get to any specific feature or …
What the world needs
This is encouraging. If Orange can make all these nice new widgets work so nicely, maybe it now also has the ability to make its customer website work, and not just tell me to phone 150 because something has gone wrong.
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