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The online video site has overhauled its video player for shorter waits for video, better sharing, and more accessibility and Web standards support.
Full Screen Mario gives you the game, but also lets you create your own levels online.
The company will now allow Web app developers to port their HTML5 programs directly to its Appstore.
commentary A widely used online game and longtime Java ally is ditching Oracle's security-plagued programming technology. Your move, Minecraft.
Movie-rental service plans to switch its streaming over to the emerging video format as soon as three WC3 initiatives are complete.
Before you take Mark Zuckerberg's HTML5-bashing as evidence that Web apps are dead, remember that Facebook's problems are not everyone's problems. And the company still likes Web apps in some circumstances.
Apple's newest operating system supports WebGL and IndexedDB, two standards that'll make websites much more capable on its mobile devices. Also new: a faster Web with SPDY.
The music-sharing service saw its app banned from Google so now the company is trying to make sure that won't happen again anywhere in the world.
Ever get a hankering for some old-school Atari? Now you can play eight classic video games in any HTML5 Web browser, even on touch-screen smartphones and tablets.
In a new approach, two Microsoft employees, an Apple employee, and an independent consultant now edit the W3C's "snapshot" version of the fundamental Web standard.