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Microsoft has released the first public beta of the next generation Internet Explorer.
Tests of Google's WebM video codec by a videoconference firm show it beating H.264.
Smartphones are the next big battleground - but how should we test them?
Apple has launched a site demonstrating the power of HTML 5 - via its Safari browser, naturally.
Google is looking to win the HTML 5 war with the release of an open-source VP8 implementation.
Document sharing site Scribd is ditching Flash in favour of HTML 5.
Google has ported a multiplayer-capable version of Quake 2 to browsers to show off HTML5.
Google has announced it is to officially drop support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 in its YouTube video streaming service from March this year.
Google Gears, the search giant's offline caching technology, is being redeveloped using the HTML 5 specification - potentially making it easier for third parties to implement.
The Mozilla Foundation has officially released Firefox 3.6, and there are some impressive new features both in the front-end and under the hood.
NeoSmart Technologies has released a front end for YouTube which provides a way for users to watch videos without the need for Adobe's Flash Player, via HTML 5.
Google has launched a plugin for Internet Explorer - Chrome Frame - which allows IE to use the Chrome rendering engine, and Microsoft isn't happy.
Google has upgraded version 3 of its popular open-source web browser Chrome to stable status, and work has already begun on the dev release of version 4.
The non-profit Khronos Group has given out a few details of its up-coming royalty-free WebGL standard, which promises plugin-free 3D acceleration within your browser.
The next build of the Mozilla Foundation's popular open-source web browser, Firefox 3.5, is due to hit final release status tomorrow - and brings some nice new features.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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