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Tag Archives: html5
Google wants your help to beta test the latest version of Chrome for Android
Google has released a hidden beta version of its Chrome for Android app & it wants the your help to test the browser before the changes are made official
Adblock Plus Android app – a strong start that falls victim to Android fragmentation
Adblock Plus has released their browser addon as an app for Android devices. It’s not perfect but we need such apps to control our smartphone & tablet apps
Firefox 15 has arrived, but where’s its Omnibox?
Firefox 15 has arrived with a number of welcome improvements but it’s still missing one key element of the modern day internet browser – a unified address bar and search box.
Why did Twitter spend 9 weeks redeveloping its site for pre-smartphone devices?
Twitter has released a major update to its mobile site, which now supports pre iPhone and Android browsers and devices, but why? We take a look.
Mozilla sets out its Firefox smartphone OS manifesto
Mozilla has announced details of its soon-to-be-released smartphone Firefox OS, which will see the open source company facing off against Google and Apple
TV3 launch new HTML5 web app for 3 Player
TV3 has launched a new mobile web friendly version of its video on-demand service 3 Player. The web app is built with HTML5 so it works on any smartphone directly in the browser – the way services should.
Skype may be building an HTML5-based web app
Skype, the internet’s most well-known voice, video and instant messaging service, may be building an HTML5-based web application if recent job postings are anything to go by.
VLC Player launches in 2.0 with some impressive media improvements
Video Lan has launched VLC Player 2.0 with some impressive new video and audio specs, but limited support for BluRay.
Microsoft and Apple agree on Adobe Flash issue
Following a controversial precedent set by Apple exactly five years ago with the release of the iPod Touch, Microsoft has announced that the next iteration of Internet Explorer, IE10, will no longer support Adobe Flash in Windows 8′s new tablet-friendly mode.
Free live TV from Magnet WebTV available to stream on 99% of devices
Live TV streaming service Magnet WebTV have recently extended the availability of their service to 99% of all devices. Launched in January of this year, Magnet WebTV have upgraded their streaming service to support HTML5 video, effectively enabling a plethora of new devices that don’t support traditional Adobe Flash video, including the Apple iPhone and iPad.