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Chrome 25 beta folds in Web Speech recognition, security whitelists

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It's that special time of the season -- the time when Google posts another Chrome beta and teases what more timid among us will see in the stable release. With Chrome 25, the focus is on voice. The new beta includes the Web Speech API and lets us issue...
Chrome 25 beta folds in Web Speech recognition, security whitelists

HTML5: Hulu Says No, Muxtape Says Yes

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Innovative music startup Muxtape has announced that its future lies in HTML5. "I'm done with Flash," developer Justin Ouellette wrote this morning. Though a much smaller company, Muxtape's embrace of HTML5 is particularly notable as it happened on the same day that video portal Hulu said it was not going...
HTML5: Hulu Says No, Muxtape Says Yes

Australia arrests and charges self-proclaimed LulzSec leader "Aush0k"

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On Wednesday, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) arrested and charged a 24-year-old man from New South Wales who claims to be the leader of LulzSec. The man, who has not yet been named publicly by the authorities, is believed to be the person behind the online moniker “Aush0k.” Other Australian media have...
Australia arrests and charges self-proclaimed LulzSec leader "Aush0k"

Chrome 25 Beta Now Supports The Web Speech API, Will Let Developers Build Voice Commands Into Their Web Apps

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Google just launched the latest beta version of its Chrome browser (version 25) for the desktop and Android and this one is chock-full of new tools for developers. The most important update – and the one that Google chose to highlight – is the inclusion of the Web Speech API...
Chrome 25 Beta Now Supports The Web Speech API, Will Let Developers Build Voice Commands Into Their Web Apps

Box enhances its content security with device and data protection, and real-time reporting

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Box has updated its security for the enterprise in a move that it says will protect the entire content lifecycle. As a result, companies will now be able to not only manage users, devices, and apps better internally when sharing files, but also providing “critical business intelligence” and instant access...
Box enhances its content security with device and data protection, and real-time reporting

Nexgate scores $3.5m to help firms avoid social media embarrassment

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Nexgate, a firm that helps other businesses manage their presence across multiple social networks, has announced the closure of a $3.5 million Series A funding round today. The investment was led by Sierra Ventures, although it’s unclear at the moment if any other parties were involved. Nexgate says it will...
Nexgate scores $3.5m to help firms avoid social media embarrassment

Cisco to pay $5B for video company NDS Group

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Cisco said it will acquire NDS Group Ltd., a provider of video software and content security systems for service providers and media companies, for $5 billion....
Cisco to pay $5B for video company NDS Group
How TV networks are battling the ever-growing wave of content piracy

Hulu: HTML5 Isn’t Ready for Prime Time

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Hulu rolled out a number of updates to its video player today, including making it bigger, adding adaptive bitrate streaming, improving content recommendations and enabling users to receive more personalized ads. But there’s one thing that Hulu won’t be adding any time soon: support for HTML5. In a post on...
Hulu: HTML5 Isn’t Ready for Prime Time

YouTube and NBC are running ‘war games’ to bolster Olympic livestreaming plans

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YouTube is NBC’s partner for livestreaming the coming London Olympics, and its parent company Google is taking no chances in regards to potential issues. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google and NBC are holding ‘war games’ to prepare for all sorts of issues that could crop up during the...
YouTube and NBC are running ‘war games’ to bolster Olympic livestreaming plans

Netflix: No Plans For HTML5 Video

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Don’t expect Netflix to start supporting HTML5 video playback anytime soon, according to the company’s cloud architect Adrian Cockcroft. That’s because without a good way to protect the streaming video available through its Watch Instantly service, the company won’t be able to make content available using the nascent web standard....
Netflix: No Plans For HTML5 Video
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