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Mozilla Releases Firefox 9 Final Version For Windows, Mac and Linux

Written on December 20, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Firefox 9 final version includes type-inference for faster JavaScript performance, now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.

After five weeks of beta testing, Mozilla has just released the final version of Firefox 9 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The release which now includes type-inference support boasts an improved JavaScript performance and comes with an expanded support for HTML5 and CSS standards.

Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.

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New HTML5 Version of Twitter.com, Hitting iPad This Week

Written on August 03, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Twitter brings out a new HTML5 Twitter.com version for iPad

Last Tuesday, Twitter announced that they will be rolling out a new version of its website designed for the iPad. The said adaptation, which is considered to be their first version for tablets, utilizes HTML5 and can be seen with partial differences compared to a regular desktop. With the HTML5-based Twitter.com, iPad users will experience better touch gestures and could even access Twitter information using the two-paned display bars.

According to Twitter mobile engineer, Manuel Deschamps, the new version for iPad mimics most of the Twitter.com features and would even offer exciting handset applications, which are also included in iPhone and Android. The HTML5 Twitter app will become available within this week, outrunning the upcoming HTML5-based Project Spartan of Facebook.

“The HTML5 app provides a great option for people who prefer to use the browser over native apps,” Twitter representative, Carolyn Penner, explained. “Its two-column view is consistent with the Twitter experience you’re used to (on Twitter.com), and it takes advantage of touch gestures and other device capabilities.”

See the screenshot above.

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Adobe Unleashes Adobe Edge

Written on August 01, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Adobe rolls out for public preview its HTML5 web animations tool, the Adobe Edge!

Last Sunday, Adobe released a new tool called Adobe Edge. Aimed to coexist with Adobe Flash, this new tool will enable creative professionals to design animated web content using HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. And as the web goes more mobile, this new web design tool will continue to solidify Adobe’s top player position in the modern web infrastructure.

However, the company doesn’t see this as their way of caving in with the Flash vs HTML5 battle, since both technologies are still used by today’s web designers and developers.

Adobe Edge aims to provide the tools that will aid professionals to create web animations and – in the future – even simple games. But as of now, the software will focus on its core animation engine.

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Opera to Ship Sony LCD TVs and Blu-ray Players

Written on January 23, 2011 by Charles Bass

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"The Web as we know it is evolving, and we are committed to making it more accessible across diverse devices." ---Christen Krogh, Chief Development Officer, Opera Software

Opera announced that they’ll be coming up with Sony TVs and Blu-ray players. The new Opera solution will be sporting HTML 5, OIPF and HbbTV support. However, Flash isn’t announced yet, but we’re wishing it will be included upon release.

“The Web as we know it is evolving, and we are committed to making it more accessible across diverse devices,” said Christen Krogh, Chief Development Officer, Opera Software. “Our ability to address key hybrid broadcast-broadband initiatives in numerous markets makes us a natural fit with Sony. By delivering both a global viewpoint and the necessary technology, we are able to stay on the cutting edge of the industry.”

Meanwhile, they didn’t include any other information about the devices which’ll be supporting Opera, but somehow we have a good guess that these devices are those presented during CES 2011.

C out the video from Opera after the skip.

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Jolicloud Steps Out from “Netbook Only OS”

Written on December 09, 2010 by Charles Bass

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"There are about 100 to 300 million computers waiting right now for Jolicloud to reveal their full potential. We hope that you will help bring as many people as possible to Jolicloud and donate computers you don’t need anymore to schools, kids or people that could benefit from using a better interface to the web."--- Jolicloud

You had the first glimpse on this on Jolibook, but now, every netbook or computer can get hands-on to the Jolicloud 1.1 OS. The Jolicloud OS lets you experience an improved user interface. Among those features is a new set of HTML5 desktop plus a simplified Facebook Connect login and a few slick tweaks. These features promises better performance and battery life compared to the previous version.

Jolicloud steps up to Google, Microsoft and Apple as the company bring the future of HTML5. Now the creative minds of the OS brings you the future now. A simpler and easier interface for a redefined web experice.

Jolicloud defined this experience as:

“When everybody talks about HTML5 as the future, we deliver it today, now and for everyone. But here is the trick, you should not be forced to buy an expensive device to benefit from these technologies. With Jolicloud, you just need to recycle any computer. We are on a mission to make quality computing affordable in the world and we are not accepting to play by the traditional rules that made change unavailable for years.”

Here are the highlights of what’s new with Jolicloud:

* Dashboard customization with beautiful background images
* Simplified access to the computer settings
* Ability to add any local app to your desktop from a Jolicloud device
* Faster sign up and login using Facebook Connect
* Improved user interface design

Happy Joliclouding!

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Yahoo Mail Levels Up for the iPad, the HTML5-Way

Written on August 19, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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A new Yahoo Mail recently got hauled into the iPhone and iPod Touch. Not long after, it also gets hauled into the iPad.

Yahoo’s webmail platform just leveled up for iDevices with HTML5. It came first to the small-screens iPhone and iPod Touch, and then that similar version is optimized for iPad’s larger screen, according to Yahoo Mail product manager Lee Parry.

While browsing mail.yahoo.com in Safari, get a load of that dual-pane interface for more efficient overview of your inbox. Indulge in rich photo attachments that display on your screen in full form, or preview them right in your inbox. And when you are not in the mood to hook up, local caching still allows you to search your messages. Search your inbox for messages from your most important contacts via Full Search, personal folders or Smart Folders.

Go tap onto your Yahoo Mail inbox the HTML5-way. We cannot wait to hear of your experience.

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YouTube Mobile Upgraded Using HTML5 for Android and iPhone

Written on July 08, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Now you can enjoy watching your favorite YouTube videos anywhere using your iPhone or Android. Thanks to HTML 5, watching online videos will no longer require Flash!

YouTube unveiled the completely revamped model of YouTube Mobile today as it is designed with Android and iOS devices. It uses HTML5 to play video without requiring Flash and much of the interface has been reworked for touchscreen devices. More features such as the like/unlike flags, playlists and suggested searches were also incorporated since its last update. The new version of YouTube mobile is potentially more advanced than the dedicated YouTube app for iPhone because it can use higher quality when not on Wi-Fi. HTML5 is also designed to work with 3G. However, support for other platforms such as RIM, Symbian, and others is still not practical because the said platform can still experience lagging when implementing HTML5.

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