W3C: HTML5 Not Ready, Suggests Developers Hold Off
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has said that because the HTML5 standard is not yet finalized, developers should wait before rushing to create HTML5 content. Specifically, there are still interoperability issues between browsers. The W3C expects HTML5 to be finalized by the middle of 2011.
Google Releases 4th Dev Preview of Android N
Google today made Android N Developer Preview 4 available to developers and beta testers. Google says devices that are enrolled in the beta program should be able to update to the newest preview right away.
Samsung, Nokia Field Their Own Android Launchers
Samsung and Nokia have both recently made available launchers for Android devices that serve as alternatives to their normal approach for home screen behavior. Terrain (pictured) comes from a Samsung-sponsored developer and is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Google Speeds Up Video In Chrome for Android
Google today said Chrome 52 for Android devices should display video quicker and smoother. The refreshed browser is also less power hungry, so it shouldn't dent battery life as much.
Mozilla Says Android Phones Can Run Firefox Web Apps
Mozilla recently revealed how Android devices can install and run Firefox-based Open Web Apps. Users will need to install the latest version of the Firefox Browser (version 29).
I feel sorry for iOS users
okay, everybody stop and wait until 2011...
What they are saying is that it's not a good idea to go "All In" with HTML5 because the standards still haven't been worked out. So until they do, if you choose the wrong one you're ****ed.
Standard HTML, Fla...