I found a very nice article, with an interview to Embarcadero CEO Wayne Williams, written by Tim Anderson and published in The Register. The article is titled Ex-Borland's Delphi owner re-ignites cross-platform dream and covers one of the key elements of the Delphi roadmap, the future support for native Mac and Linux development in Delphi.

In the interview, Wayne mentions the differences with the Kylix project, says Mac is growing a lot in the US (implying Linux is stronger in Europe), underlines cross-platform has higher priority than 64 bit support.

There is also a sesion of the interview on jBuilder and on the "slow-down" of the Eclipse project. That might spark some debate. Kudos to Tim Anderson for the very nice article.