Browsing All posts tagged under »HTML5«

Nokia names Qt (cute) as sole APP dev framework for ease of deployment to Symbian and MeeGo platforms

October 21, 2010


Even though Nokia has announced 1800 job layoffs in the next few months, don’t count them out quite yet. Nokia Blog GLOBAL – Today, Nokia is making moves to streamline its development environments across device platforms, focusing squarely on Qt. Although Nokia has long been a Qt (pronounced “cute”) advocate, today, the company is making […]

New Code HTML 5 raises concerns over privacy risks

October 11, 2010


HTML5 is currently under development, as the next major revision of the HTML standard. Like its immediate predecessors, HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.1, HTML5 is a standard for structuring and presenting content on the World Wide Web. The new standard incorporates features like video playback and drag-and-drop that have been previously dependent on third-party browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash and Microsoft […]

Steve Jobs thoughts on Flash and Adobe

September 22, 2010


This is a bit dated (April 2010) from Steve Jobs, however I was at a Wireless Technology Forum event in Atlanta this week and there was a robust discussion with execs from Apple and Google about the use of Flash (or lack there of) in certain companies OS strategy. This open letter from Jobs is […]

HTML5 Video Tag basics.

July 19, 2010


There is a lot of scuttlebutt about HTML5 and the future. All is not what it seems and i am sure that what we anticipate to be the state of the future of video with use of HTML5 will not be exactly as predicted. Below is a crash course of PC use of the video […]

YouTube mobile play confirms HTML5 threatens apps

July 9, 2010


A recent announcement from mobile video community YouTube Mobile proves that HTML5 just might mean the demise of applications. YouTube is revamping its mobile site at, making its mobile application obsolete. This move further validates industry speculation that HTML5, along with better processors and cloud services, might just mean the demise of applications. “YouTube […]