Google Chrome pushes HTML5 default, sidelines Flash

Google Chrome pushes HTML5 default, sidelines Flash

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: In a major technical breakthrough, Google has accelerated its plan to slowly block Flash content on most of the internet sites by the end of this year.

The search engine giant is hoping to introduce HTML5 by default in its place, if possible.

Your smartphone batteries may be spying on you!

Your smartphone batteries may be spying on you!

Beware, your smartphone baterries can be used to sneakily track you even if you try to hide.

'Over 50% of mobile apps deployed will be hybrid by 2016'

However, the promise of HTML5 with offline capabilities and animation-rich tools fell short of expectations, causing developers to consider hybrid architectures to better leverage mobile device capabilities, it said.

Adobe to stop Flash developing for mobile, adopt HTML5

Imaging software maker Adobe will not launch any new version of Flash for mobile browsers and will gradually move to replace it with new version of computer language HTML5, which is widely being used for designing contents.