Posts Tagged ‘HTML5’

A new app, available for the iPad, lets users watch any HTML5 video in PiP (picture-in-picture) mode, something that neither all iOS apps nor Safari can do.

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Ever since smartphones began earning their stripes as very adept and convenient Wi-Fi hotspots, companies and carriers have been looking for ways to halt the trend – or at the very least, charge more.

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When it comes to mobile operating systems, most of the talk is centered around iOS and Android, with Apple and Google’s OSes generally considered to be the two most advanced offerings out there. That isn’t to say that the competition doesn’t have something to bring to the table, with the likes of Windows Phone gaining a small amount of traction in the marketplace and definitely looking likely to feature heavily in the future.

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Flash, developed by Macromedia in 1996 before being acquired by Adobe, has been a mainstay in the commercial evolution of the internet. Catering for video, animation and interaction on a majority of websites, it has been part of the nucleus of phenomenon such as YouTube as well as the many flash games websites for the last fifteen years.

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Many of the set-top boxes of today are very versatile, allowing owners to add applications and games at their own leisure. Apple TV 2G however, doesn’t allow this, strange given the scale of its much celebrated App Store, with hundreds of thousands of downloadable apps and games.

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We’ve previously covered the leaked photo sharing app that Facebook is working on. But this potential leak is of much, much greater consequence! The world’s most popular social networking site is said to be working on a mobile platform to “take on” Apple’s iOS.

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Great news for Facebook users who either own an iPhone, iPod and especially an iPad. Facebook has finally taken the big step, all the videos on Facebook are now in HTML5 format, therefore you can now view them directly on your beloved iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.

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