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8 smartphone gimmicks that might not be so bad after all

by Mitja Rutnik 2 days ago0 comments

A closer look at Amazon Alexa on the HTC U11

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18 articles

Nokia not happy with Google for trying to force VP8 codec on the world

Google has been pushing its VP8 codec for a couple of years now. The codec is used in the royalty-free WebM format that is designed for use with HTML5 video. However, Nokia isn't too ...
by Gary SimsMarch 27, 20134

Google pushes mobile Gmail redesign inspired by iOS app, no love for Windows Phone, though

Google has pushed its new mobile Gmail redesign, inspired by the iOS Gmail application, bringing in an improved UI, Calendar integration and more.
by J. Angelo RacomaMarch 11, 201316

Android and Chrome OS: what does it all mean?

There is a line of code present in Chrome that mentions Android, lending credence to the panic. Google is saying nothing, as usual, so we’re still left to wonder why that statue is ...
by Nate SwannerMarch 4, 20138

Mozilla Firefox OS phones and features showcased in preview video

Mozilla has outed a new preview video of Firefox OS on phones to show off a few software niceties ahead of the official release date in 2014.
by David GonzalesFebruary 25, 20132
 
 

iPhone 5 versus Samsung Galaxy S3: which one renders HTML5 better? [video]

Not too long ago we talked about how Flash was finally shutting down support for Android. Flash is considered the loser in a war against HTML5, and Adobe apparently stopped fighting ...
by Andrew GrushOctober 15, 20125

Apple, Facebook, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft launch the “Web Platform” website

Apple, Adobe, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia and Opera (all working closely with the W3C) have recently launched a website that plans to become a definitive resource ...
by Mike AndriciOctober 9, 20124

Mark Zuckerberg giving Facebook app native Android overhaul

Mark Zuckerberg has openly admitted that the current Facebook app is a giant failure right along with HTML5. To fix Facebook on Android, Zuckerberg is having his developers recreate the ...
by Joe HindySeptember 12, 20126

Adobe will pull the plug on Flash for Android tomorrow. So long!

It’s the early 2000s, and the Internet is a place that is quickly evolving. One of the standards that leads the pack for online video and gaming is the technology known as Adobe Flash. ...
by Andrew GrushAugust 14, 201215
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