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Bing Gets Metro UI Like HTML5 Live Tiles & Ads In Organic Results

Metro UI style LIVE Tiles on Bing Search home page

Microsoft is testing Metro UI like Live information Tiles (built using HTML 5) on Bing’s homepage and Text Ads In between organic search results in Bing’s search results pages.

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By Debjit

Google’s Swiffy Tool Converts SWF Files Into HMTL5

Google Swiffy converts SWF Flash files to HTML5

Google has launched a new web based tool called “Swiffy” which can convert .swf flash files into formats that are compatible with HTML5. This can eventually bring flash files support on devices such as Appleā€™s iPad and iPhone.

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By Nihal

Does Apple Own Redirects To HTML5 Page On Apple’s Website redirects to the HTML5 page on

Is Apple working on some new product based on HTML5? The reason why we think so is that the domain possibly belongs to Apple Computers, Inc.

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By Debjit

Microsoft Reinvents SkyDrive With HTML5 Technologies – No More Silverlight


Last month we reported that Microsoft is testing a HTML5 version of SkyDrive that they are planning to release soon. Guess what, they have rolled out the all new HTML5 version of SkyDrive today. The new SkyDrive, built using HTML5 technologies, has replaced the older version which was built using Silverlight. Microsoft has put in…

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By Ricky

Windows Live SkyDrive Going HTML5 [Screenshots + Features]

HTML5 version of the Photo Viewer in new SkyDrive

If you are a regular user of Windows Live SkyDrive, then sit tight. A new version of Windows Live SkyDrive is coming your way soon. It is being said that Microsoft is working towards bringing major changes in the Live SkyDrive storage service which involves a massive integration of HTML5 elements. For the ones, who…

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By Debjit

There Will Be No HTML 6 – HTML5 Is The Last Version Of HTML!

It seems that HTML5 will be the last version of HTML and there will be no HTML 6. This has basically happened due to the high demand for new features in HTML which has forced the HTML team to continue maintaining HTML and move to a new development model where the technology is not versioned and instead there will be a living document that defines the HTML as it evolves.

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By Debjit

W3C Unveils HTML5 Logo – Giving Out Free Stickers

W3C Unveils HTML5 Logo – Giving Out Free Stickers

The W3C has revealed the HTML5 logo today. I must say it looks pretty darn impressive. This is what they wrote about the logo: It stands strong and true, resilient and universal as the markup you write. It shines as bright and as bold as the forward-thinking, dedicated web developers you are. It’s the standard’s…

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By Ricky

Opera 11 Benchmarked

Opera 11 Benchmarked

A couple of days ago Opera 11 was released. The new release of Opera has generated great interest from users resulting in record download numbers for Opera. Today we decided to benchmark Opera 11 to see how it stack up against the latest that other browsers are coming up with. The other browsers we have…

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By Ricky

5 Places Where Facebook Uses HTML5

5 Places Where Facebook Uses HTML5

Although HTML5 is still under review and active development, it has not failed to make it to the Facebook Code Base. In this article we will tell you about 5 ways in which Facebook is currently using HTML5.

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