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A year after Mozilla revealed its strategy to "supercharge" browser games, what the company want the future of Web gaming to be advances to the next level with Epic's Unreal Engine 4 running in Firefox.
The debut of the Web-based game Monster Madness heralds the rise of HTML5 and the descent of browser plugins.
The new benchmark is designed to catch a new class of browser performance problems -- and perhaps to curry favor with rival browser makers.
WebRTC may sound like yet another Internet acronym, but what it brings to browsers could be the death knell for plugins -- and it just landed in the latest version of Firefox.
Google finally raises the curtain on the programming platform it hopes will get complex code -- such as the kind that powers gaming engines -- onto the Web. But PNaCl with a glitch -- controversy.
Two new browsers have followed Firefox with support for the Web-based 3D gaming engine. But Chrome and Opera don't use Firefox's asm.js technology approach.
A Mozilla programmer has demonstrated how ASM.js is powerful enough to handle decoding raw-format photos. Might it help startup Pics.io?
The makers of Firefox team up with the 3D graphics gurus at OTOY to show off a new codec that can run high-end video and desktop apps in the browser.