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YouTube Now Defaults to HTML5 Video

YouTube now uses HTML5 by default in Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari 8 and beta versions of Firefox. YouTube announced HTML5 support four years ago; however, HTML5 limitations did not allow YouTube to move away from Flash as its default. Since its initial announcement, YouTube has worked with browser vendors and others to close technology gaps and shortcomings.

Who should and should not be talking to your fridge?

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of posts exploring privacy and security issues in the Internet of Things. The series will culminate in a free webcast by the series author Dr. Gilad Rosner: Privacy and Security Issues in …

Vivaldi: Opera team builds a better browser, but is there room for it?

Can Vivaldi succeed against Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and even Opera? It's a major challenge, especially when you don't have an operating system of your own.

Tuesday Odds and Ends

-Danica Patrick explores Internet negativity in Coca-Cola’s latest vignette from the brand’s “Make It Happy” campaign by W+K (video above). -Tempur Sealy announced it has retained RPA as its agency of record for strategy, creative, digital...Show More Summary

YouTube pushes Flash to the back burner, will now default to HTML5 player

Nearly five years after Steve Jobs published his infamous "Thoughts on Flash," streaming video service YouTube has announced plans to migrate away from the technology as users accessing the site via Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari 8, and beta versions of Firefox will now be served the HTML5 video player by default.

Internet Explorer Project Spartan Shows Large Performance Gains

With the release of build 9926 of Windows 10, I have had some time to get to know the new build. One of the things discussed at the Windows 10 event in Redmond was an update to the browser, codenamed Project Spartan, is a new fork of Microsoft’s browser. Show More Summary

Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Slowly Killing Internet Explorer

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is keeping its old web browser, Internet Explorer, alive despite developing a brand-spanking-new browser codenamed Spartan for Windows 10. It’s not pulling the plug suddenly on the old browser, at least, but it is moving it to a lesser role. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has revealed in a blog post on the official […]

WRUP: Encounter at Farpoint

Internet: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the gameship Joystiq. Its mission: to explore strange new downloads, to seek out new games and new experiences, to boldly go where no one has gone before. What's everyone playing?...

Stalking versus cyberstalking: Effects on victims, their responses compared

The devastating effects of stalking and cyberstalking – harassing or threatening communication via the Internet – are explored in a new study. Key among the findings is that victims of cyberstalking engage in more 'self-protective' behaviours -- such as changing their normal routines or getting a new email address -- than victims of stalking.

How Microsoft Will Use Project Spartan To Finally Kill Internet Explorer

Microsoft yesterday officially confirmed its plans for Project Spartan, a new browser for Windows 10 that will run across PCs, tablets and phones. Now we have more details on how it plans to phase out the widely-used but little-loved Internet Explorer. More »      

In addition to Project Spartan, Windows 10 will include Internet Explorer for enterprise sites

After unveiling its new Project Spartan browser for Windows 10 yesterday, Microsoft today offered more details. The company confirmed that Windows 10 will also include Internet Explorer for legacy purposes, though it didn’t say how exactly this will work. Spartan comes with a new rendering engine, but it also provides compatibility with the millions of […]

Great Job, Internet!: Explore the solitary moments of Benoit Lapray’s superheroes in nature

They may be faster than a speeding bullet, but even superheroes can enjoy a moment of quiet reflection amongst nature. At least, that’s the idea behind Benoit Lapray’s new photography series “The Quest For The Absolute.” Each picture finds a superhero in a beautiful landscape, alone with just nature and their thoughts. Show More Summary

Samsung Exhibition@CES 2015 : IoT Walkthrough (VIDEO)

It’s day one of CES 2015 and we’ve got some exciting new developments as the Internet of Things is underway. Come take a tour with us and explore the possibilities of Samsung IoT. via Samsung Exhibition@CES 2015 : IoT Walkthrough – YouTube. The post Samsung Exhibition@CES 2015 : IoT Walkthrough (VIDEO) appeared first on NTS-AT Smart Technology Blog & News.

Windows 10 browser includes Cortana, note-taking and offline reading

Even the most diehard Microsoft fan would probably admit that the company's browser, Internet Explorer, has become the punchline to a lot of jokes. The advent of Windows 10 has seen the outfit attempt to fix many of the gripes that users had with the...

This is Spartan, Microsoft’s new browser to challenge Google Chrome

At Microsoft’s Windows 10 event today, the company unveiled its all new browser that will be alongside Internet Explorer in the next OS: Spartan. Spartan is based on Webkit rendering technology, not Microsoft’s in-house Trident engine. Show More Summary

Microsoft's Spartan Browser Is Here To Save You From Internet Explorer

During Microsoft's consumer-focused Windows 10 press conference today, the company created something that many of us have been waiting for, a Microsoft alternative to Internet Explorer—Meet (codename) Spartan. Read more...

Project Spartan is Microsoft's new web browser for Windows 10

As rumored, Microsoft will be introducing a new default web browser as part of Windows 10 — and it's not Internet Explorer. The new browser, dubbed Project Spartan for now, represents a new era for Microsoft and its web browsing efforts. See...Show More Summary

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