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Video Of Adobe Flash Rival HTML5 Tested On Firefox, Internet Explorer and Chrome And Opera

Following the release by Microsoft yesterday of Internet Explorer 9 Platform Preview 3 Sebastian Antony has tested its HTML5 capabilities alongside Mozilla Firefox 3.7, Google Chrome 6 and Opera 10.6 Web browsers. The results as seen in the video below are interesting with Firefox narrowly beating Internet Explorer followed by Opera and surprisingly Chrome trailing… Continue Reading …

World Cup Fever Grips Twitter And Google – Stay Up To Date Online

The South Africa World Cup 2010 has started with a bang after a spectacular 1st goal of the tournament by striker Tshabalala for the host nation. Everyone wants a piece of the pie and Twitter and Google are both joining in the festivities. Twitter has created an official Twitter feed that looks pretty snazzy and… Continue Reading …

Hooked on Gadgets, and Paying a Mental Price

I am glad to be back after a month preparing for the family’s new addition (its another Boy!). The first difference I noticed was an increase in the amount of “real” social interaction in my life, and I love it! This made me think about the quality and quantity of our social lives on the… Continue Reading …

Mozilla Firefox 3.6 official release

*Update* A new release of Firefox is available from the Mozilla Website Here. Some of the best features new to Firefox 3.6 are: Personas: Personalize the look of your Firefox by selecting new themes called Personas in a single click and without a restart Plugin Updater: To keep you safe from potential security vulnerabilities, Firefox will… Continue Reading …

Google wants to speed up the web by ditching HTTP for SPDY

On the Chromium blog, Mike Belshe and Roberto Peon write about an early-stage research project called SPDY (“speedy”). Unhappy with the performance of the venerable hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), researchers at Google think they can do better.