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PapayaMobile releases toolkit to port HTML5/Flash games to Android

PapayaMobile releases toolkit to port HTML5/Flash games to Android

PapayaMobile (a social network for mobile phones) today released a brand new product called “Social Splash,” enabling any Facebook or Google+ developer to port their Flash or HTML5 games into fully featured Android games without having to deal with new coding language. Through Social Splash, everything will be done in the cloud. Developers can easily add Papaya’s social features (newsfeeds, notifications, leaderboards, etc.) as well as use Papaya’s virtual currency and billing system to monetize their “new” Android games right away.
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Apple iTunes Announcement Coming TODAY (Updated)

Apple iTunes Announcement Coming TODAY (Updated)

If you head over to Apple’s home page this morning you’ll be greeted by a new splash page in HTML5 that says “Tomorrow is just another day. That you’ll never forget. Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes”. The statement includes world clocks from 7AM California, 10AM New York, 3PM London, and Midnight in Tokyo.
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DS Effects Launches Web-Based Gaming Portal for iOS Devices

DS Effects Launches Web-Based Gaming Portal for iOS Devices

DS Effects, a European mobile games developer, has launched a HTML5-based gaming and apps portal for the iPhone. Upon navigating to this web page, users have access to a host of applications and games that they can play on the web without any installations or purchasing through Apple’s App Store.
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YouTube Launches HTML5 Mobile Site

YouTube Launches HTML5 Mobile Site

When you surf over to http://m.youtube.com on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you’ll notice something different. The site is no longer covered with Flash error messages, but rather a sexy new mobile site that has implemented HTML5 to support all the Apple folks out there (it works great on Android devices too!).
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HTML5 Showcased on Apple's Website

HTML5 Showcased on Apple’s Website

The new standard is here to stay and its name is HTML5. Apple has launched a new page on their website to show how Safari supports the capabilities of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. Demonstrations include video, typography, gallery, transitions, audio, 360 and VR.
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Firm Reports iPad-Ready Websites On the Rise

Firm Reports iPad-Ready Websites On the Rise

Meefedia, a firm monoriting online videos on the internet, have reported the steady increase of iPad-accessible websites, as seen through their chart comparison from January 2010. Currently, 26 percent of videos online are iPad-ready, meaning they have been converted into H.264 or HTML5 formats, instead of Flash, which neither iPad nor iPhone/iPod Touch support. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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Free Virtual Panoramas of Italy's Hottest Destinations on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

Free Virtual Panoramas of Italy’s Hottest Destinations on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

View virtual panoramas of some of Italy’s top destinations such as Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples and Pisa, all from the comfort of your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. With ItalyGuides’ recent update to HTML5, you can view free tours of Italy’s tourist hotspots, complete with HDTV video and downloadable audio guides.
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ItalyGuides HTML5 Website Update Enables Virtual Panoramas on iPad

ItalyGuides HTML5 Website Update Enables Virtual Panoramas on iPad

Rome, Italy – ComPart Multimedia is pleased to announce a major update to their ItalyGuides website, which features free, downloadable MP3 audio guides and HDTV video guides of Italy’s most famous tourist destinations. The HTML5 update enables iPad, iPhone and iPod touch owners to view the website’s free virtual panoramas (once also called QTVR), without an Adobe Flash player, technology not supported in the iPhone OS. The ItalyGuides website also features interactive iPhone apps, maps, thousands of photos, and tickets for major attractions.
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The Real Deal About Flash From Steve Jobs

The Real Deal About Flash From Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs wanted to clarify the extremely controversial situation between Adobe and Apple and the reasons behind why Apple does not support Flash on any iDevice. Jobs issued a statement this morning, straight from his desk. See below.
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Facebook Videos Now iPad/iPhone Compatible, Uses HTML5

Facebook Videos Now iPad/iPhone Compatible, Uses HTML5

Videos that are new or have recently been uploaded into Facebook (YouTube videos were already supported) can now be viewed on your iPad and iPhone using Safari, thanks to their recent adoption of HTML5. Previously, Facebook videos were Flash-based and since neither iDevice supported Flash, users were unable to view them.
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Brightcove Adapts HTML5, Allows for iPad-Compatible Videos

Brightcove Adapts HTML5, Allows for iPad-Compatible Videos

Remember when the iPad demo showed the New York Times website with its Flash-based videos and made us all begin to wonder maybe flash would be supported after all? Now it appears that they weren’t pulling our leg, thanks to Brightcove and their latest HTML5 development. Go to iPadmodo for the rest of the story.
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Android 2.0 OS SDK Now Available

Android 2.0 OS SDK Now Available

Google released the Android 2.0 Operating System SDK to developers early this morning which includes a handful of new API’s, Bluetooth updates, Searchable SMS and Exchange support, new controls for the build in camera, improved multitouch keyboard, new browser with an easier UI (user interface) and support for HTML5, and much more.
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