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Epic Games has released Tappy Chicken, a Flappy Bird clone for iOS, Android and web browsers designed to show how its Unreal Engine 4 tools can be used to make small game titles.
A third party website, Xboxie, has launched that allows Xbox One owners to use the console's IE browser to play a number of free HTML5-based games that have been optimized for the controller.
Mozilla have taken a step to eliminate the need for Adobe's Flash Player in future versions of Firefox by adding their own HTML5 Flash player called "Shumway". It has already landed in the nightlies.
Microsoft has offered more information on how Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 8.1 will be able to stream high quality video using HTML5 code in a new blog post, including how it helps conserve power.
Microsoft has partnered up with Mt. Everest climber David Breashears to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first person to climb the mountain and has built an interactive site to celebrate.
Epic Games has launched a version of its free Unreal Engine 3 demo, Epic Citadel, for HTML5 browsers. However, the demo won't work on any Internet Explorer browsers due to its lack of WebGL support.
Microsoft announced that its IE Test Drive web pages have generated over 130 million page views since going live three years ago for over 140 HTML5-based web demos.
A new post on the Internet Explorer blog goes into more detail on how the recently announced HTML5-based video editing feature from Vyclone was created, along with example code.
Microsoft has launched a new Minesweeper website that's designed to also be a benchmark for HTML5-based web browsers, including the new Windows 7 version of Internet Explorer 10.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer team is once again helping to assist the development team at Pixel Lab to expand their web-based game Contre Jour with 20 new levels that cover two new worlds.
Microsoft has announced it has helped with the creation of a new HTML5-based website, PMK Design Labs, that lets customers of sneaker creator PMK Customs make their own shoes.
Developer Scirra has posted up its thoughts on Internet Explorer 10 running HTML5-based games, claiming that its performance lags compared to other browsers due to IE10 not using certain APIs.
Microsoft has been a massive proponent of HTML5 and they are continuing to show their support behind the platform by helping to bring Contre Jour to the browser. Make the jump to find out how to play.
Information has just come forward which suggests Facebook's hinted native Android application is in its final testing phase. The new application will fix a bad call made regarding the use of HTML5.
Microsoft and Atari have teamed up to show off the power of HTML5 by bringing some of your childhood games to the web browser. Make the jump to learn more and get your hands dirty on these games.
Pulse has pulled its nearly year old Windows Phone news app from the official Windows Phone Store, the same day that Microsoft promoted Pulse's new HTML5 web-based application.
The Internet Explorer team really loves HTML5 and they also love to show it off too. In this edition of HTML demos, the team has paired up with TheFind to build a new shopping experience.
The recently released beta version of the Google browser presents new ways to access a computer's camera and microphone. But it could be a true gift for cyber-criminals, security experts warn.
Mozilla has announced a new name for its mobile operating system, Firefox OS (formerly Boot to Gecko) and that the first devices with the OS will launch in Brazil in early 2013.
Microsoft has announced that websites running on HTML5 load 30 percent faster on Internet Explorer 10 when they are switched to running on Standards Mode, with load times improved on IE 9 as well.
A new open source project backed by Mozilla aims at making Flash run within a browser standard environment: no need to install external plug-ins anymore. That's it, if the project succeeds.
Mozilla is getting ready to move Mozilla Marketplace into public beta over the next few weeks, bringing a (sorta) platform neutral app platform to users worldwide, and making Firefox 99% more awesome.
Microsoft and Fox Studio's have teamed up to build a new website built purely with HTML5 to show the power of this platform. Take a look after the jump to see if you can pass the test.
It should not come as a surprise that Microsoft is refining Windows 8 as a new build of IE10 has improved on its HTML5 score and there is also a new splash screen.
The latest post on the official Internet Explorer blog gives some hints to website makers on how they can make sure their sites work well with the touch-based IE 10 browser in Windows 8.
The Internet Explorer Team at Microsoft have launched The Random Adventures of Brandon Generator website, which uses HTML5 to offer up an interactive story written by filmmaker Edgar Wright.
Want to kill a few minutes and love marshmallows? If you like both of those things, you will love the HTML5 game that the IE team has created.
Music videos have been around for some time but the IE team is looking to shake things up a bit when they use HTML5 to create an interactive music video.
The Firefox foundation announced an important shift in policy as Mozilla products will soon support the “patents encumbered” H.264 video codec. It's for our survival in the mobile space, Mozilla says
Microsoft has announced that its Internet Explorer team has assisted with the creation of a new official website for the upcoming sci-fi movie The Hunger Games.
Microsoft gets an early start in celebrating St. Patrick's Day by launching a new HTML5 web site, Irish Spring, designed for Internet Explorer 10
After having its iPhone app removed from the App Store by Apple in 2011, Tether has relaunched its smartphone tethering service for the iPhone again, this time as an HTML5-based program.
Here's a list of some of the greatest HTML5 gaming experiences you'll find. Whether you're on a mobile or PC, there's probably something here that'll occupy you - for a few minutes, at least.
According to a new study, Apple's iOS performs 3 times faster than Android when processing HTML5. The study shows that even the 3 year old iPhone 3GS outperforms some newer Android devices.
The three companies have proposed a new HTML5 API for copy-protected delivery of multimedia digital contents. The proposal is up for discussion at the moment, but so far, things are not looking good for the backers.
Microsoft has launched a new Valentine's Day themed web site made by the Internet Explorer team that has some interesting HTML5-based graphical effects and sounds.
Windows 8 Metro-based apps will be able to add web content into those apps with no performance hits, compared to iOS apps that use Safari-based web content, according to a new blog post from Microsoft
Microsoft has launched a free version of the popular mobile game Cut The Rope that's designed to showcase how HTML5-based web sites can run gaming applications via web browsers.
Google mixes up its homepage once again with a new Christmas inspired animation and song. The interactive logo will also play Jingle Bells if you complete the sequence.
Microsoft has launched its own "Let it Snow" HTML-based web site, showing off lots of GPU-powered snow effects as an answer to Google's Easter Egg search result.
Microsoft reveals more about the new features that it has recently added to its Skydrive cloud service, concentrating on how to make using Skydrive simpler for its users.
Google has a very cool (literally) Easter Egg surprise when a person puts in a certain well know holiday phrase in the "search" selection of the web site this weekend
A web site called Occupy HTML has been launched by anonymous supporters of Adobe's Flash player, running a counter-message to this week's Occupy Flash web site movement.
A developer who works at Adobe offers up a lot more information about why the decision was made to stop future development of Flash Player for Google's Android operating system.
Adobe Software has announced two business acquisitions today, with Typekit and Nitobi Software, and appears to be pushing into the HTML5 and tablet space.
Someone at Facebook appears to have gotten a little trigger happy, posting (and subsequently pulling) a blog post detailing the company's new HTML5 mobile experience, dubbed ''Project Spartan".
Microsoft's Bing search web site has launched a new front page that allows HTML5 based browsers to check out a video image
The music streaming service Pandora has launched a new version of its service based on HTML5 instead of Flash, as well as eliminating the listening cap for its users.