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Microsoft Says Silverlight Still Excels Where HTML5 Drops Off

09/07/2010, Although Microsoft is invested in HTML5 technologies and is building its desktop browsers on HTML5, the company is saying that its multimedia-rich Silverlight plugin can take the web into deeper places than HTML5. Silverlight technology, like Flash, has...

Quake II runs on HTML5

04/02/2010, The folks at Google once again confirm their brilliance with yet another port of the Quake II game engine, this time round running on HTML5 without the need for flash or plug-ins. We started with the existing Jake2 Java port of the Quake II engine, then...

Could Google Bundle Flash With Its Chrome Browser?

03/30/2010, Apple and Adobe certainly aren’t seeing eye to eye recently over Flash, especially with the iPad not including Flash support, but could Adobe be getting a valuable ally in the form of the search engine giant Google? This hasn’t been officially...

CBS Preparing HTML5 Video Playback For iPad

03/25/2010, Apple’s lack of Flash support of the iPad has been a major talking point recently, and now it seems that CBS has decided to toe the line, as it seems that CBS.com is testing using HTML5 to display its videos for the iPad instead of Flash. Some links...

Vimeo also supports HTML5 video

01/22/2010, YouTube isn’t the only one to play nice with HTML5, as Vimeo also ensures its library is compatible with HTML5 video. Bear in mind that HTML5 video will function in Safari and Chrome browsers only at point of publishing, although it might end up as...