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Google Rolling Out New HTML5 Tool for Creatives
Google Web Designer will allow developers and designers to more easily build online ads using HTML5.
Amazon Opens Kindle Fire to HTML5 Web Apps
Bringing Digital Rights Management to HTML5
Despite a poor history of implementing DRM, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is proposing that HTML5 incorporate a means of accommodating it.
Oracle Gets Into the App-Design Game
Its data-analytics app designer is intended to be easy to use. But what does "easy to use" actually mean?