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I know, the one is the company the other is the product. But they get used synonymously all around, so I'm asking myself if it would be a good idea to set the tags to that relationship? It feels not right has anyone a logic argument to get me settled?

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Hehe ... you were faster than me. –  Joachim Sauer Aug 31 '12 at 14:40
    
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I stumbled over your suggested wiki edit regarding that topic and started my own question, but you were faster ;-)

I only heard of Appcelerator from the side, so I can't confirm this directly, but Wikipedia and the Marketing information on their site seem to agree.

In my opinion should be an alias of .

I also found out that there's with confusingly similar Tag-Wiki context, which leads me to believe that this too should be an alias.

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I agree with you. Titanium is for building mobile apps, so titanium-mobile is a synonym, too. –  Marvin Emil Brach Sep 3 '12 at 6:50

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