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IT technology news site eWeek reported that open-source software group Mozilla has expanded support for Web browser Firefox for Android operating system (OS). As a result, Firefox for Android now supports HTML5 H.264 video playback.
A consortium led by Telefonica Digital, a global business division of Telefonica, recently invested a little under $26 million in HTML5 dynamic mobile app platform developer, Everything.me. Previously known as DoAT, Everything.me claims to be developing a new paradigm for smartphones in the form of a dynamic app platform that adapts itself to match a user's needs.
UpSync has upgraded its Intelligently Integrated Selling platform with support for HTML5.
Administrators can upload HTML5 apps alongside other multimedia content audio, video and documents, allowing Frontline users access to all of their sales and marketing content from their mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.
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