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HTML5 Media Editor By Adobe

Almost 99 percent of computers have Adobe Flash installed in them. Most websites and application requires you to have the latest version of flash which include streaming video websites, online gaming websites and many more.

Adobe has released a preview version of a new media editor known as Adobe Edge. It is designed for assembling the dynamic Web contents using HTML5 and open Web standards.

Google Releases Chrome V.12 (Stable)

Google has recently announced the final stable release of its Google Chrome browser version 12.0.742.91. The browser is now available for all three major operating systems; Windows, Linux, and Mac. The announcement of the latest version included the roll out of the hardware accelerated 3D CSS and a new Safe Browsing feature.

The stable version of Google has removed the antiquated Google Gears support and we are now able to see many behind-the-scene changes. For one, the development team has enabled binary packages for supported Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and Fedora.

Turn Your Older Powerbook Into A HTML5 Machine

If you are like many Mac owners that have older Powerbooks that run on PPC (Power PC) architecture, you’ve probably noticed that your laptop isn’t what it used to be for handling harder applications. What I mean is, that although your powerbook can still work pretty well for emailing and web browsing, it has a hard time handling HTML5 and CSS3 while many browsers have left PPC architecture behind. Even Mozilla’s Firefox 4 has dropped support for the PPC architecture.

If you haven’t already replaced your older computer, you might not have to. Now there’s a program called TenFourFox that takes Firefox 4 and works with OS X 10.4 and OS X 10.5.

Microsoft Unveils Internet Explorer 10 (Video Included!)

Microsoft unveiled their first Platform Preview for Internet Explorer 10. The new version focuses on boosting CSS3 feature support. The new version will support gradients, grid, and multi-column layouts with the ability to run in a “strict” mode. Microsoft promised to show future preview versions that will support CSS3’s 3D transforms and transitions.

With Internet Explorer 10 just three weeks into development, we cannot view a complete interface yet but we are likely to see fast releases of preview version before it comes out in beta, and obviously before it ships. Although Microsoft hasn’t yet given a final release date,

Mozilla Firefox 4 For Android

Mozilla has finally released their Firefox4 build for Android, which is now available on the Android market. The company claims that it is three times faster than what you’d normally use on an Android phone, the stock browser. Mozilla also boasts about their HTML5 support, one of many new features offered in the mobile browser. The mobile browser also uses tabbed browsing, much like the desktop version, bookmarks, add-ons, and Firefox Sync which enables users to access browser features from other devices. The web browser also runs on Maemo. Here’s their list of improvements that come with Android’s Firefox 4:

Google Chrome’s New HTML5 Speech Input

Google adds yet another feature to their already popular Chrome web browser. Google mentioned that they would be updating their beta channel by bringing HTML5 speech input API, developed with the HTML Speech Incubator Group.

Google emphasizes this API (Application Programming Interface), because developers can now give apps the ability to transcribe voice to text. All it will take is a simple click of the mouse and speak into your computer’s microphone.

The company also mentioned that the recorded speech will be sent to transcription servers once…