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Ok, April 1st was two days ago, and it seems like Google and Opera are forking webkit, dropping vendor prefixes and ditching Apple out of the equation ?
Whatever, i don't know, it too late and time to sleep. Will think about it on the weekend. Maybe, there will be more insider comments by that time.
The first IE with auto-update.
I don't need to repeat why this is a great news
Things are getting interesting.
As Skyfire's CEO points out - video traffic is getting huge:
And seems that Opera is betting on video as well, both with its TV products and Skyfire's aquisition.
Original plan to roll out 300.000 bots by the end of 2012 was overoptimistic, as it seems. Current reported numbers are only 20.000 robots (yeah, 'only').
If Foxconn ramps up the robot rollout, it’ll be interesting to see what the worldwide response is. While there are those who worry that the rise of robots will bring about the end of work as we know it, others see the Foxconn working conditions as violating human rights, and therefore, might welcome robotic replacements, if it means that conditions for the remaining human workforce could improve.
Because Foxconn employs 1.2 million workers, robot replacements both solve worker problems and create them. It should come as no surprise then that many manufacturers are watching the situation at the company closely.
It would be too easy to criticize Foxconn for a move like this, but the company is not alone – Canon reportedly aims to do the same thing ([.. possibly as soon as 2015.]).
follow up to: http://my.opera.com/c69/blog/2012/01/11/workers-threaten-foxconn-with-mass-suicide
Also, there is other cool new stuff in upcoming Chrome:
- polygonal shapes added to CSS Exclusion module:
- “clip-path” CSS property, which restricts the region of an element that can be painted is now supported.
- unprefixed window.performance and requestAnimationFrame
- like Firebug, WebInspector is now able to style its console output, thus:
'console.log("%cBlue!", "color: blue;");' will write blue text to the console, and so on.
- like Opera, WebKit now supports the @supports rule from the CSS Conditional module.
- like in Firebug and Dragonfly, the $() function now aliases querySelector rather than getElementById, within Web Inspector.
- experimental WebGL inspections
- you can now draw dashed lines in Canvas.
via Peter Beverloo.
1st national tv channel of Ukraine
If you like technical details - you can read them below.
TL;DR: even having Java plugin installed is bad for you.
Safari iOS6 will have remote debugging. Also css3 filters, file uploads, and web audio api.
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