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Articles tagged with: webGL

Angry Birds Hits Chrome Web Store

Peter Vesterbacka spoke at the keynote address at Google I/O and announced a desktop browser version of Angry Birds for Google Chrome, now available through the Chrome Web Store. The WebGL-supported game is compatible with any WebGL browsers, like Chrome and Firefox 4. However, when the game is played in Chrome, it opens Chrome-specific elements like Chrome blocks and Chrome bombs.

The new version also opens the Mighty Eagle which was originally only available in iOS versions. Gamers can expect to get over 60 frames per second using WebGL and the game can be played offline if you happen to be on the road and away from an Internet connection.

Firefox 4 Release, No More Crashes?

Mozilla announced yesterday that they would ship the final version of Firefox 4 on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011. The upgrade will be ready to download around 7AM PST on the same day, just eight days after Internet Explorer 9’s release. Mozilla hopes to ship a major upgrade every quarter.

Computer World explains many of Firefox 4’s features…