On the eve of Microsoft Build 2013, leaked details on Windows 8.1's Internet Explorer 11 confirm that the browser will support next-gen Web technology, including Google's SPDY protocol.
A leaked build of Microsoft's next browser shows signs that the company could be reversing its opposition to a standard for accelerated 2D and 3D graphics on the Web.
A new Chrome flags option in the Chrome 25 beta for Android lets people try out new, often experimental features. Let's just hope Google can keep the bloat and sluggishness at bay.
WebGL isn't just for bouncy-marble demos anymore. Google Maps, a major site, now uses the 3D graphics technology after years of development.
Proof that WebGL security is a manageable problem? Look no farther than Microsoft's Silverlight 3D, the Firefox developer says. Also: A WebGL ally within Microsoft.
Microsoft has declared WebGL unfit for 3D Web graphics duty, but Apple will support it for its ad service on iOS 5.
Just after a security firm raises new WebGL concerns, Microsoft declares the 3D Web graphics technology unsafe. Universal browser support for WebGL seems very unlikely.
The technology for 3D graphics could let malicious programmers get access to some private information or simply render a computer unusable.
The Khronos Group has released its technology for hardware-accelerated 3D graphics on the Web. Now allies have to coax Microsoft to support it.
Start-up Katalabs shows off a 3D world that browsers can render with new Web technology. But will Microsoft sign up for WebGL?