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 …

Microsoft Releases Internet Explorer 9 Platform Preview 3

The 3rd release of Internet Explorer 9 Web Browser was released by Microsoft yesterday. This is probably the last preview release before starting the Beta testing phase. The new preview includes support for HTML5 video and audio tags, 2d Graphics using Canvas tags and embedded fonts using WOFF (Web Open Font Format) which promises rich… 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.