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Viva la Xmarks!

Last month, we reported on the demise of cross-browser, bookmark-syncing service Xmarks. This month, we are happy to inform you that is looks like Xmarks will live on. According to a recent blog >>

Vimeo, Yahoo! Mail get cozy with HTML5

It looks like both Vimeo and Yahoo! have jumped on the HTML5 bandwagon. Yesterday, the USA Today reported that internet streaming-video service Vimeo added HTML5 support for embedded video in order to be more compliant >>

Apple releases Safari 5 into the wild

Hot on the heels of 2010’s WWDC keynote, Apple has announced an update to its Safari web browser. The code update, simply titled Safari 5, boasts, “a 30 percent performance increase over Safari >>

Does Adobe Flash actually outperform HTML 5?

The battle between HTML 5 and Flash wages on with the discovery of an interesting report comparing the CPU usage of HTML 5 and Flash on both Mac and Windows platform. In the >>

Google Chrome Beta becomes official for Mac

Is Safari beginning to eat away at your patience? Firefox for Mac crashing and burning every time you’re in the middle of some important task? Well, you might want to give Google Chrome >>