Native Netflix Linux playback is reported to be working in beta builds of Google Chrome — no Wine-based app or PPA required.
Ubuntu is working to improve support for the development of HTML5 applications on Ubuntu Touch through Cordova.
The weekend just past I fell in love with a desktop application - for Windows. The object of my affections? Pokki.
The 'Ribbon' interface Microsoft introduced with Office 2007 provided an innovative approach to the use and layout of toolbars in applications. Following the release, OpenOffice toyed with the idea of creating a similar 'tabbed toolbar' concept for use with its own office suite. Whilst the mock-ups and discussions never bore much in the way of fruit for OpenOffice the idea of a 'ribbon' for use in open-sources apps hasn't been abandoned.
The folks over at Rovio, creators of the now famous Angry Birds, have unleashed an HTML5 version of the popular game that's designed to run in Chrome (or Chromium!) on any operating system.
Chrome extension "YouTube-HTML5-ifier" replaces the flash-based YouTube player with a HTML5 video tag – thus giving you native video playback without the need for a CPU hungry Flash plugin! The extension can’t show any flash-reliant […]
If you want to watch YouTube videos without using Flash you can – thanks to neosmart. Available as both a webpage AND as an extension for Chromium (and shortly to work on Chrome), Firefox and […]