Steve Jobs promises full support for HTML5 in Safari — soon

Steve Jobs promises full support for HTML5 in Safari — "Soon"

Resource MacStories posted another response to Apple CEO Steve Jobs (Steve Jobs) to the user's query. In her email a developer Eugene Sukharenko (Eugenij Sukharenko), which is, apparently, a resident of Canada, was interested when desktopnoy branded version of Safari browser will be full support for the latest web standards HTML5, including specification Geolocation API.

Reply Steve Jobs

Answer Jobs was, as usual, brief and concise: & ldquo-Soon. Sent from my iPad & rdquo-. Recall that Steve Jobs and Apple in general are active supporters of the early implementation of the standard HTML5, suggesting that the technology used in it (specifically tag & ndash-Video) can compete with Adobe Flash Player, and in the future & ndash-replace this plugin.

Three 32 nm chip Intel's ultra-thin laptops — the first half of 2010

Three 32 nm chip Intel's ultra-thin laptops — the first half of 2010

Mobile platform Intel Calpella, introduced last September, should debut in the segment of ultra-thin notebooks in the first half of 2010. It is reported that Intel has plans to release three dual-core processor Arrandale, which have reduced clock speeds. For example, the chips Core i5-520UM and Core i7-620UM have a frequency of 1.06 GHz, and Core i7-640UM running at 1.2GHz. All they have to replace the Intel Core 2 Duo SU9600, whose production will be phased out after the release of three new models.

Intel

In addition, future CPU set the standards 32 nm process and have integrated video core 45 nm, DDR3 memory controller, and 4MB cache of the third level, and their maximum rate TDP of 18 watts.