WebM

Google has announced that it will be dropping H.264 support from future versions of Chrome web browser, in a move that will bolster the hopes of open web activists.

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html5

HTML5 is the future of the web, however, Apple did not invent it. However, an eager Apple fanboy has purchased the domain HTML5.com and is redirecting the website to apple.com/html5.

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google-book

The Google Chrome team has released an ebook on the basics of Internet and how the browsers work.

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CCleaner 3.0 adds 64bit support, secure drive cleanup and HTML5 database cleanup feature. CCleaner also retains session cookies so that you do not have to login again.

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Chrome Web Store

Google unveiled the Chrome Web Store at GDC Europe on August 16. It will launch in October and takes only a 5% cut from developers.

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Jolicloud users, get ready for an HTML5 User Interface

Jolicloud is going for cloud storage and synchronization across all machines on which Jolicloud is installed. This makes installing apps, an install once and use anywhere phenomenon

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YouTube Mobile Supports HTML5 Videos on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch And Other Mobiles

You can now watch YouTube videos on Safari on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. YouTube Mobile now has HTML5 support for mobile browsers.

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webm

Mozilla is trying to incorporate the VP8 codec of WebM video into the HTML5 web video specification. Most other browsers are in support of H.264 currently.

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WebM-Open-Video-Codec

What is WebM and why WebM is good news for everyone.

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At Google I/O a new competitor to H.264 has been announced. Opera, Mozilla and Google’s browsers will support WebM for HTML5 video, leaving Apple and Microsoft to support H.264

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Popular document sharing service, Scribd, has decided to ditch flash for the new HTML5 standard.

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Monty Montgomery of Xiph.Org responds to Steve Jobs’ threats by asserting that they are not worried.

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Apple

Steve Jobs’ hints that open source codec Theora may be sued for patent infringements.

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RIM Unveils The Blackberry 6 OS

RIM just announced the Blackberry 6 OS at the ongoing WES 2010. The new Blackberry 6 OS features multi touch support, a new HTML 5 compatible web-kit based web browser, a brand new UI and a cover flow like music player.

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Apple iPhone OS 4

The Apple event just got over, and Apple announced the highly anticipated iPhone OS 4. Read this post to find out the new features present in the iPhone OS 4.

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