Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
FSF unimpressed with Mozilla's excuses.
Engineers at Microsoft, Google and Netflix have proposed an extension to the HTML5 spec that would allow for encrypted media streaming.
Google Gears, the search giant's offline caching technology, is being redeveloped using the HTML 5 specification - potentially making it easier for third parties to implement.
The Editor of the HTML 5 specification has announced that it has dropped native video and audio support from the spec.
Opera has released an alpha build of its next generation web browser, and with 100 percent Acid3 compliance and a 30 percent speed boost to the rendering engine it's pretty darn good.
Internet Explorer 8, with its strict standards compliance, is due to ship to end users by the end of the year according to Microsoft. A second beta is also scheduled for next month.
Microsoft's next iteration of the Internet Explorer browser will default to rendering pages in a standards-compliant mode that rejects broken sites written for earlier versions.
The World-Wide Web Consortium has released the first working draft for the next version of the HyperText Markup Language, and it's got some pretty nifty new features.
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June 13 2019 | 09:59
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