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10-29-2010, 10:51 AM #41
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10-29-2010, 05:34 PM #44
So I have to put up with that just because YOU don't want alternatives that are free???? Open your eyes and walk into the 21st century man. Why use a plugin to render video inside my browser using high end cpu to do so when that can be done right inside the browser itself using no more cpu???
Apple didn't decide this, the market place did and adobe still sits on its hand while crappy mobile flash crashes on every device. *clap clap clap*. Way to treat the end user adobe. The market always gets it right and adobe has just shot itself in the foot, or the head even. Game over, Flash loses.
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10-29-2010, 05:51 PM #45
Yes, a faster USB standard and they are calling it USB 3.0. It should be out very soon if it isn't already.
10-29-2010, 06:02 PM #46
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10-29-2010, 09:24 PM #48
FireWire 400 is the same speed as USB 2.0. FireWire 800 is twice as fast.
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there is nothing wrong with flash gamesCan I play with madness?
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It's pretty funny reading the replies of brainwashed Apple fans.
HTML5 will never fully replace Flash due to the working group stating that there will never be a form of DRM on the HTML5 video tags.
Even after that, the HTML Working Group have stated that HTML5 isn't yet ready for mainstream.
And worst of all, there isn't yet a standard for video codecs. Someone made a point that HTML5 will end up fragmented like Android. It's true and it already has. Each browser supports a different list of HTML5 / CSS3 features, and some different video codecs (H.264 and WebM/VP8).
When you look into it, HTML5 is currently a running joke. One day it will be the future, but not yet.
11-01-2010, 01:00 PM #55
like a fanboy would say " it may not be on top now but it will and it will the future....cuz stevie said soo!!!!(haha)
11-01-2010, 03:07 PM #56