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Mobile Browsers: Increased innovation?

13. July 2010

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Opera Mini made it into the Apple Store yesterday. People weren't sure if it would make it in (as it duplicates functionality from Apple) but it did. This is good news. From playing with it myself, I feel a little like @gruber but what is more interesting to me is that there is room for [...]

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HTML5 and CSS3 Readiness Visualization

15. June 2010

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Paul Irish and Divya Manian have created a fun visualization on readiness of HTML5 and CSS3 standards in various browsers. It uses a bunch of the usual CSS cool-suspects: -webkit-gradient, -webkit-transition, -webkit-border-radius, and the like (and -moz/-o too). The added feature is.... do a mouse scroll on the page: PLAIN TEXT JAVASCRIPT:   jQuery(document).bind('DOMMouseScroll mousewheel', function(e, delta) {     var newval,   [...]

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Drag and drop file uploads in Gmail using just the specs

11. June 2010

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Gmail started off with the awful input type="file" "add more" typical solution that we all know and love. Then they added the ability to select multiple files via Flash.... and now they allow the ability to drag and drop files right onto the message compose using HTML5 standards. Want to do it too? Check out the [...]

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Google Acquires Stealth Startup Founded by Ex-Apple Employees

21. April 2010

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Google has acquired Agnilux, a very secretive stealth startup founded by former Apple employees that reportedly was working on new server technology.

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