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The fight for HTML5: 'Keep DRM out' lobby steps up standards battle

A group of 27 organisations - including the Free Software Foundation and the Electronic Frontier Foundation - have written to the web standards body W3C urging it to reject proposals that would make it easier to support DRM-protected media in HTML5-based sites.

April 25, 2013

Thursby introduces new PIV and CAC support for iPhone, iPad & new Macs

Thursby Software, a longtime developer in the Apple enterprise and government markets, on Wednesday will announce PKard for iOS, a solution that provides a secure browser supporting a variety of card standards including CAC, PIV and PIV-Interoperable certifications.

April 18, 2012

S'pore ICT sector gets S$46M boost

Infocomm Industry Productivity Roadmap helps companies in low productivity sub-segments of industry such as software development and IT consultancy remodel their businesses, says Singapore minister.

March 13, 2012 by

Microsoft files antitrust complaint against Motorola

Microsoft has lodged formal competition charges against Motorola Mobility, the mobile and handset division of Motorola, with the European Commission for alleged abuse of licensing terms for standards-essential patents.The filing follows a similar antitrust complaint from Apple which came to light on 17 February and could lead to a full investigation of Motorola's Mobility's (MMI) patent licensing agreements, according to software patent expert Florian Mueller.

February 22, 2012 by

Adobe opens up HTML 5 Edge toolbox

The software maker has kicked off a public preview of its Edge development tools, which use open web standards such as HTML 5 rather than its flagship Flash platform to create animations

August 1, 2011 by

Adobe drops AIR for Linux due to lack of interest

Linux's failure as a desktop operating system has prompted Adobe to abandon its direct support for the Linux version of AIR, the Adobe Integrated Runtime, which runs programs such as the BBC's iPlayer and Tweetdeck, a Twitter client. In a blog post today, Adobe's Director of Open Source and Standards said: "we will be focusing on supporting partner implementations and will no longer be releasing our own versions of Adobe AIR and the AIR SDK [Software Development Kit] for desktop Linux".

June 15, 2011 by

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