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Netflix Plans To Switch To HTML5 Streaming, Abandon Silverlight

Netflix Plans To Switch To HTML5 Streaming, Abandon Silverlight

Netflix has long been making use of Microsoft’s Silverlight to stream its content on Windows and Mac OS machines. However, over the years, browser plug-in support has diminished. That may be the reason why the streaming service is now planning to switch to HTML5-based streaming.

By On April 16, 2013 Respond
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Websites Can Fill Up Your Hard Disk Using HTML5 Exploit

Websites Can Fill Up Your Hard Disk Using HTML5 Exploit

Browsers are critical when it comes to securing a computer against potential threats from online entities. That is because browsers, more often than not, are our chief source of accessing the internet and surfing sites. It has now been discovered that any website, using a common HTML5 exploit, can fill up your computer’s hard drive.

By On March 2, 2013 Respond
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W3C Has Finalized HTML5 Specification And Ready For Test

W3C Has Finalized HTML5 Specification And Ready For Test

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). On December 17, W3C announced that it has finalized specifications for HTML5 and the finalized specifications for HTML5 is ready for testing.

By On December 19, 2012 Respond
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In The Future, There Will Be Two Versions Of HTML5

In The Future, There Will Be Two Versions Of HTML5

For long, two standard bodies, WHATWG and W3C have collaborated for the development of HTML. W3C has been around longer but due to the slow pace of development of HTML, WHATWG was devised which helped in speeding up the entire process. However, now the two bodies are splitting up and will no longer collaborate on HTML development.

By On July 23, 2012 Respond
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Flickr Introduces Speedier HTML5-Based Uploader

Flickr Introduces Speedier HTML5-Based Uploader

HTML5 has been gaining traction all around the web, with its speedier and more efficient solutions. The photo-sharing website, Flickr, has now introduced an all new HTML5-based uploader for the users. The uploader, as claimed by Flickr, is speedier, allows for uploading larger files and lets the users perform different functions on the images.

By On April 26, 2012 Respond
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Adobe Stops Further Development On Flash For Mobile, HTML5 Stands Victorious

Adobe Stops Further Development On Flash For Mobile, HTML5 Stands Victorious

Apple has long been criticized for letting go of support for Adobe’s Flash Player and resorting rather to HTML5. As it turns out, Apple may not have been all wrong. Adobe has now formally announced that it has ceased further development of the Flash Player for mobile devices. Among others who would benefit from it, HTML5 stands victorious.

By On April 17, 2012 1 Response
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Adobe’s Flash Focus: Bad or Good?

Adobe’s Flash Focus: Bad or Good?

The web sphere is heated up ever since Adobe declared that it will stop developing Flash Player for mobile devices and will focus on developing new Flash features for PC browsing and mobile apps. Most of the developers, who have been habituated of developing codes and contents around Flash, seem to be very agitated after hearing the news. However, some people are also supporting Adobe’s decision recognizing the performance issues of Flash Player on mobile devices and HTML5’s universal presence in mobile browsers.

By On November 12, 2011 Respond
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BlackBerry Bold 9930 Phone By Sprint

BlackBerry Bold 9930 Phone By Sprint

Powered by the next-generation BlackBerry OS 7, the BlackBerry Bold 9930 smartphone for Sprint is also the thinnest BlackBerry smartphone ever at just 10.5mm (0.41 inches). A large 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen boasts millions of colors and is packed with pixels for crystal clear viewing of e-mail, web sites, and video. It’s complemented by a full QWERTY keyboard and trackpad navigation.

By On October 31, 2011 Respond
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RIM Announces BlackBerry BBX

RIM Announces BlackBerry BBX

lackBerry maker Research In Motion has unveiled its next-generation mobile operating system, BBX, which will provide a single platform for application development on a range of devices and the Canadian company will use the same OS for its smartphones, tablets and embedded systems, including those in cars. It will include BBX-OS and incorporate support for BlackBerry cloud services and development environments for HTML5 as well as native developers and this mobile platform will also be lending support to those apps that have been developed with the tools available for the BlackBerry PlayBook such as Native SDK, Adobe AIR/Flash and WebWorks/HTML5. BBX will come incorporated with the new BlackBerry Cascades UI framework for advanced graphics and the user interface of BBX has been developed by the studio The Astonishing Tribe (TAT), acquired by RIM more than a year ago……………..

By On October 19, 2011 Respond
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Motorola Rugged ET1 Android Tablet

Motorola Rugged ET1 Android Tablet

Motorola has unveiled the ET1, a tablet created with the enterprise in mind and the tablet was constructed to offer more security and also sturdiness than a consumer tablet would need. It also features multi-user login options and enterprise applications for workforce and inventory management and the 1.4-pound ET1 features a 7-inch touchscreen and front and rear cameras. The ET1 boasts only WiFi connectivity, though Motorola Solutions’ Sheldon Safir says a Wide Area Network version is in the works and the manufacturer didn’t offer a specific price, but Safir tells Computer World that bulk purchases should cost less than $1,000 by the time the slab hits the market…………….

By On October 11, 2011 Respond
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Facebook To Launch iPad App At Apple Event

Facebook To Launch iPad App At Apple Event

Facebook is planning to launch its iPad app and a new iPhone app at an October 4th Apple event and Facebook engineer Jeff Verkoeyen has left the company for Google after working 80 hour weeks on the Facebook iPad app which has been feature complete. The relationship between the two tech giants is warming up, thanks to the common goal of beating Google. Facebook and Apple seems to have realized that they both need to work together to beat Google and he former doesn’t have a mobile platform while the latter doesn’t have a social platform. Facebook has also been working on a project called Project Spartan for a long time and Facebook tried to get around Apple’s in-app purchase policy by developing a HTML5 based app store that can be accessed via iOS Safari browser……………

By On September 28, 2011 1 Response
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Adobe To Release Flash Player 11 And Air 3

Adobe To Release Flash Player 11 And Air 3

Adobe Systems has launched Flash Player 11 and Adobe AIR 3, enabling 3D games over the Internet to nearly all PCs and many other devices. Adobe is finally enabling 3D games inside its Flash media player and its Adobe Air software coming in October. The new features in Flash and Air enable a wide variety of special effects and now developers will be able to animate millions of objects in a 3D scene with smooth 60 frames per second animations………………..

By On September 21, 2011 Respond
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iPad 2 With iOS 5 vs Windows 8 Tablet

iPad 2 With iOS 5 vs Windows 8 Tablet

Winrumors has posted a very interesting video of an iPad 2 running iOS 5 compared to a Windows 8 Slate and the video goes over almost every feature that these tablets offer, from lock-screen to social network integration. The certain features like Mail, Calendar and App Store could not be compared between the two as these features are not available yet on the Windows 8 developer preview build…………….

By On September 16, 2011 Respond
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AT&T Foundry Innovation Center Is Opened

AT&T Foundry Innovation Center Is Opened

AT&T set up shop in Silicon Valley on Wednesday with its Foundry Development Center in Palo Alto, a facility where software and hardware developers can get help bringing their inventions to the real world, the site is AT&T’s third Foundry Innovation Center, following ones opened earlier this year in Plano, Texas, and in Israel. The AT&T Foundry centers represent an $80 million investment from AT&T and it is part of the company’s innovation strategy, which will see the 135-year-old communications giant work with third party developers, venture capitalists and technology solution providers…………….

By On September 15, 2011 Respond
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Replace YouTube Flash Player With HTML5 Player Via New Safari Extension

Replace YouTube Flash Player With HTML5 Player Via New Safari Extension

A new Safari extension from Joris Vervuurt replaces the YouTube Flash Player with a HTML5 Player and you will also notice that your computer will run cooler and faster. If you use a laptop, you will also notice that the battery life of a fully charged battery will increase and this FlashToHTML5 will also automatically load the video at the highest quality available…………

By On August 16, 2011 1 Response
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