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Indie Rock Band, Arcade Fire, Releases The Most Amazing Music Video Ever


Indie Rock Band, Arcade Fire, Releases The Most Amazing Music Video Ever

As part of the Chrome Experiment, Canadian Indie Rock Band – Arcade Fire, have released an interactive music video for their song “We Used To Wait”. By using some amazing HTML5 stuffs and data from Google Maps, it creates an amazing music video.

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By Ricky on September 1st
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Jolicloud 1.0 Brings A New HTML5 Interface


Jolicloud 1.0 Brings A New HTML5 Interface

Jolicloud is a Linux-based operating system for netbooks. It is built upon Ubuntu and the earlier versions had a user interface which is quite similar to Ubuntu Netbook Remix. However, with Jolicloud 1.0, which has been launched just a few days back, things have changed. Instead of the old interface, Jolicloud 1.0 now has a…

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By Ricky on July 17th
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Microsoft Says IE9 Will Support H.264 Not Theora


Microsoft Says IE9 Will Support H.264 Not Theora

Microsoft has finally jumped into the HTML5 video codec war by announcing that its next browser, Internet Explorer 9, will go with H.264 support not the open-source Theora. H.264 and Theora are video codecs which are competing with one another to be the standard codec used in HTML5. While Theora is an open-source format; H.264…

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By Ricky on May 2nd
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New elements in HTML 5


HTML 5 introduces new elements to HTML for the first time since the last millennium. New structural elements include aside, figure, and section. New inline elements include time, meter, and progress. New embedding elements include videoand audio. New interactive elements include details, datagrid, and command. Read more here

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By Ricky on March 6th
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Google Apps Withdraws Internet Explorer 6 Support – Adds HTML5 Features


Google Apps Withdraws Internet Explorer 6 Support – Adds HTML5 Features

Google Apps Withdraws Internet Explorer 6 Support and adds new web features such as HTML5 support.

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By Debjit on January 30th
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How YouTube is leading the web in the wrong way with its HTML5 video support


How YouTube is leading the web in the wrong way with its HTML5 video support

Yes, by now we all know that YouTube finally supports the new and exciting HTML5 video which allows for video playback without using Adobe Flash. While this seems like a good news in the sense that we no longer have have to rely on Adobe’s Flash to watch our daily dose of YouTube videos, there…

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By Ricky on January 26th
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Vimeo also jumps in the HTML5 bandwagon


Vimeo also jumps in the HTML5 bandwagon

After YouTube announced its new HTML5 roll out, it is now Vimeo’s turn to announce that they are also implementing HTML5  experimentally (read beta). Just like that with YouTube, the supported browsers listed by Vimeo are – Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer with Chrome Frame installed. No mention is made of Opera and Firefox although…

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By Ricky on January 22nd
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Move over Adobe Flash, YouTube supports HTML5 now!


Move over Adobe Flash, YouTube supports HTML5 now!

YouTube finally announced that it will start HTML5 video support. HTML5 video support means that users will no longer have to use Adobe’s Flash player to watch videos. The video codec that is used now is the proprietary h264 codec instead of the open-source Theora.

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By Ricky on January 21st
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Google prefers HTML5 over it's own homegrown Google Gears


Google prefers HTML5 over it's own homegrown Google Gears

Earlier this month, Google had launched the Offline version of their email service, Gmail which was using the google gears as a storage for the inbox.  We had also conducted a poll on whether this Offline version of GMail could replace desktop mail clients and not very surprisingly we had 76 % votes for the…

 Google   Ideas   Web  

By Debjit on February 22nd
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