In its Gingerbread update last month, Sony Ericsson sneaked in some WebGL support. That means that any of its current 2011 line up, including the Xperia Arc, can now take advantage of WebGL graphics directly in their browsers without plugins. »11/30/11 5:40am 11/30/11 5:40am
When I say, "Google that," you know exactly what I mean. And after you see Google's new visualization, Search Globe, you'll realize how many other countries (and people in them) think the same way. »5/06/11 7:00am 5/06/11 7:00am
Google's ANGLE project, launched today, will allow their Chrome OS to be able to access graphics hardware using the OpenGL ES 2.0 API. What this means to you: 3D graphics in your browser! »3/19/10 1:39pm 3/19/10 1:39pm
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