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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...

YouTube with HTML5 support announced

01/21/2010, YouTube has just announced that they will support HTML5 video that allows one to play hosted videos in modern day browsers without requiring Adobe’s Flash player to be installed in the first place. To take advantage of this new feature, you are...

Google kills Gears

12/01/2009, Google has just killed off its Gears by supporting HTML 5 instead. This news comes about as Google is about to release its initial beta version of Chrome for the Mac. According to a Google spokesman, “We are excited that much of the technology in...

Moto Droid home page spotted, spills all the details

10/22/2009, As Motorola prepares to announce the Droid, the device’s staging page (non-public URL) has leaked it seems. If you have not followed the Moto Droid drama unfold, this is a high-end phone from Motorola that has a large touch display and a QWERTY...