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The release of Firefox 21 adds support for new services via its Social API and fixes a number of security flaws, while the Android version of the browser gets new fonts and better HTML5 performance.
Fresh from porting to HTML5, browser-based diagramming toolmaker Gliffy is a bootstrapped, money-making exception to the VC-funded norm among San Francisco start-ups
Modern web development based on HTML5 and CSS etc struggles with confusing standards. Now the W3C and browser companies such as Google, Microsoft and Mozilla have dumped their docs in a combined wiki at WebPlatform.org so developers can sort it out.
Phonedeck, a free service that lets people access much of their Android handsets' phone functionality through an HTML5 browser, has been released.The cloud service, unveiled on Tuesday, allows users to initiate, accept and reject calls from the browser, then pick up the phone to participate in those calls once they have been triggered.
HTML5 now the "best solution" for browser content across mobile platforms, Adobe admits...
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Adobe has briefed developers on the impending cessation of mobile flash browser plugin development.
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Does an HTML5 browser running on all Microsoft platforms go far enough in terms of enabling the Redmondians to create their promised unified ecosystem?
Swiffy, a tool that converts most .SWF files into a more browser-friendly HTML5 format, is now available through Google Labs.
Whatever you think of Microsoft's attempt to carve out a new category of "native" HTML5 applications, there's no question that Microsoft's own applications are going to be influenced by what's happening on the Internet Explorer (IE) side of the house.
Microsoft is launching a contest to encourage developers to create native HTML5 content that doesn't require browser plug-ins.
Yesterday Skyfire, the browser that bought Flash video to the iPhone, made an early appearance in the Apple iTunes App Store. I paid my $2.99 and downloaded the app which promised to take Flash video and transcodes it into HTML5-compatible H.264 format, but due to overwhelming demand, I never got it to work.
The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) has unveiled the results of its first HTML5 conformance tests, and currently the most compatible browser is ... IE9.
The latest browser betas from Opera have been released, emphasizing speed improvements and better HTML5 compliance.
Even as more browser companies embrace HTML5 standards, different implementations of the technology will lead to browser fragmentation in the near future, says Adobe exec.
Google kicks off its I/O developer's conference by highlighting the power of HTML5 and how it unleashes browser-based computing, the core of Google's cloud efforts.
On March 16, Microsoft is making a first developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9 available for download from www.IETestDrive.com and is discussing its plans for supporting HTML5, CSS3 and SVG2 with the next release of its browser during Day 2 of its Mix 10 conference.
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