A new version of Vivaldi is now available, bringing the browser up to 1.15. This release includes a list of fixes and tweaks, such as an option to use a custom image for the browser's background. The update also includes audio fixes.
Adobe revealed its roadmap for ending the life of its Flash software. However, the end of the road won't be anytime soon, as Adobe is giving content creators plenty of time to convert their assets for newer platforms.
While Digital Rights Management isn't anything new regarding video, the W3C now recommends a specification that moves it into HTML5. That means end-users aren't required to install browser-based plugins, but there's concern.
Google released the latest version of its Chrome browser this week, bringing its new Flash-blocking HTML5 by default feature to the masses. The updated browser also now supports WebGL 2.0 for richer web-based 3D experiences and games.
In Build 14316, Microsoft has made a change to the Edge browser that halts Flash object playback. The move is to conserve power and increase browser performance. The change will roll out to everyone in this summer's Windows 10 Anniversary…
Once again, Adobe has identified a slew of vulnerabilities in the latest version of Flash, one of which is already being used by attackers. When will we learn our lesson and ditch the old platform forever?
Google continues its crusade against Flash, insisting that all new advertisements uploaded to AdWords and DoubleClick must be displayed in HTML5 instead of the insecure and increasingly archaic Adobe Flash.
Twitch has begun the transition from Flash to HTML5 for its game live-streaming service, starting with HTML5 player controls. The underlying player is still Flash, but this is set to change in future updates.
According to a Microsoft-sponsored study concerning the power consumption of Web browsers by the Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems, Internet Explorer consumes 18.6 percent less power than Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
We've all been there: the desperate search to find and eliminate whatever browser is auto-playing audio. Thankfully, Google is testing out a new feature that turns on an animation if a Chrome tab is playing audio or video.