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Old 12-09-2010, 01:50 AM   #1
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LXer: A nail in Flash's coffin: YouTube is running an HTML5 Beta

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YouTube is running an HTML5 trial that will allow those with compatible browsers to enjoy the site's millions of videos without the Flash Player/plugin. The fact that maybe 99 percent (I don't know the exact figure, but it's huge) of web-delivered video comes wrapped in Flash, a protocol controlled by one company and only available on platforms that company deems worthy is a major disturbance in the Force.



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