Thanks To HTML5 This Website Can Fill Your Whole Hard Drive with Cats

Sometimes a browser needs to leave a little data on your computer, just a little 5-10KB nibblit, a cookie. HTML5 is a hungrier beast than that which came before it though, and sometimes wants a little more. Maybe 5MB or so. But that's where it should end. Thanks to a little HTML5 vulnerability, however, this site can… »2/28/13 5:20pm2/28/13 5:20pm

Would You Rather Have HTML5 Apps or Native Apps on Your Smartphone?

Business Insider believes HTML5 apps are primed to overtake native apps on smartphones in the coming years. Steve Jobs was also big on webapps when the iPhone first came out—sans native app ecosystem—but didn't have the benefit of the HTML5 standard. Now that HTML5 is here, there are apps that come very very close to… »8/22/12 7:00pm8/22/12 7:00pm

Adobe's Wallaby Flash-to-HTML5 Converter Can be Downloaded Now

Who knows why Adobe named its Adobe Air tool "Wallaby" (it hops along?), but this "experimental technology" promises to let you reuse .FLA files by converting it to HTML5 for devices that don't support it. Like iPads. There will obviously be some features missing (such as video, sound and 3D transforms), but it's… »3/08/11 6:30am3/08/11 6:30am