HTML 5 vs. Flash Video
Adobe puts their support behind HTML 5 and ends further development of Flash on mobile browsers. Somewhere Steve Jobs is smiling. Warner Bros. takes down files they never even saw, which makes us feel great about the future of the Stop Piracy Online Act. Plus, a Rotisserie Meatball Passes Between Earth and Moon, and Siri tries to help us get a gift for mom on Christmas.
The LG Versa is amazing with an animated 3D menu interface, a full HTML browser with Flash support, a detachable QWERTY keyboard, and more.
What's behind the Google Chrome OS, technologically and from a business perspective? Rafe Needleman discusses with CNET writers Stephen Shankland and Gordon Haff.
On this edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with senior writer Stephen Shankland about the constantly evolving features on Gmail, Google's Web-based e-mail program. From calendar modules to colored stars to quick access to your Google Docs, Shankland explains how the popular service is trying to become the one-stop shopping landing page to compete with Microsoft and Yahoo.
At the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco, Novell's Chris Stone scoffs at the SCO Group's legal battle against Novell and other Linux users over Unix copyright claims. He also discusses why companies are embracing open source and moving away from a business model with strictly proprietary software.
CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland talked Java with its co-creator James Gosling, Sun's chief technology Officer, vice president and fellow. At the Java One conference in San Francisco, Shankland asked how JavaFX's mobile functions will compete in the already crowded field.
CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland talked Java with its co-creator James Gosling, Sun's chief technology Officer, vice president and fellow. At the Java One conference in San Francisco, Shankland asked how JavaFX's mobile functions will compete in the alre
CNET News.com's Charlie Cooper and Stephen Shankland discuss the search giant's cloud strategy and how it affects enterprise computing. Are the next 10 years going to witness a revolutionary technology transition?
CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Stephen Shankland discuss the upcoming Google I/O conference in San Francisco. Could a second mobile SDK be released? Or maybe the winner of the Android developer contest?
The next generation of the Web will be built on HTML5 and micropayments, reports CNET's Natali Del Conte from the Future of Web Apps conference in London.