Web standards

02.23.12
Google, Microsoft and Netflix want DRM-like encryption in HTML5
02.23.12

Google, Microsoft and Netflix want DRM-like encryption in HTML5

HTML5 is supposed to set the web free. Free to deliver and shape online media in any web browser. H...

By M. Gorman,   02.23.12
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04.26.11
Coalition of companies creates WebM Community Cross License initiative
04.26.11

Coalition of companies creates WebM Community Cross License initiative

When Google unveiled its WebM open source media format and declared it to be the one codec to rule...

By M. Gorman,   04.26.11
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01.18.11
HTML5 gets a brave new logo for this brave new world
01.18.11

HTML5 gets a brave new logo for this brave new world

The lynchpin for all discussions of open web standards, HTML5, has been spruced up with a dedicated...

By Vlad Savov,   01.18.11
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06.10.10
Mozilla bundles WebM support into nightly Firefox builds
06.10.10

Mozilla bundles WebM support into nightly Firefox builds

Google's new web video standard seems to be gathering a bit of momentum, as today Firefox is follow...

By Vlad Savov,   06.10.10
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06.04.10
Apple's HTML5 showcase
06.04.10

Apple's HTML5 showcase

Apple has published a new Web page meant to promote and show off the features of HTML5. There are se...

By D. Caolo,   06.04.10
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06.04.10
Apple puts HTML5 where its mouth is
06.04.10

Apple puts HTML5 where its mouth is

Looking for even more HTML5 samples to see what all the fuss is about? Good, 'cause Apple just went...

By Thomas Ricker,   06.04.10
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05.28.10
HTML5: seriously, it's not just for video
05.28.10

HTML5: seriously, it's not just for video

In a way, HTML5 has been reduced to a buzzword. You hear a lot of noise about how great it is for v...

By J. Topolsky,   05.28.10
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04.29.10
Apple posts thoughts on Flash
04.29.10

Apple posts thoughts on Flash

Apple has posted their Thoughts on Flash, signed by Steve Jobs himself, which echos a lot of the com...

By T. Luoma,   04.29.10
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