Level Nine Sports, where families ski and ride...
 

 advertise with indeep media

Google Native Client Gaming: Future of Browser Games Makes Flash Nervous

Posted: December 11th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Google Native Client Gaming: Future of Browser Games Makes Flash Nervous

Browser based gaming, while being fun they are commercial gaming’s poor cousin. Google is single handily changing this with a new updated Chrome, giving Chrome the ability to surf games. While working with the web is still Chromes daily bread Google is working hard to allow Google to run games at full speed. Native Client is Google’s new technology aimed at achieving this, gaming that combines the ease of use of browser games with the speed and detail of full commercial games. 2012 looks to be a good year for gaming with more choice than ever. Game developers are enthusiastic about Native Client  hoping that the technology will create a new gaming category, creating a middle ground between expensive commercial games and free to play Flash and Java games. The technological wheels at Google relentlessly keep turning, churning out innovations. B★B READ MORE


Adobe Buys TypeKit + Nitobi: Killing Off Flash?

Posted: October 4th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Adobe Buys TypeKit + Nitobi: Killing Off Flash?

Adobe has finally bitten the bullet and climbed onboard the HTML5 wagon. In true behemoth methodology Adobe has acquired two stopgap companies, Typekit and Nitobi, to bolster Flash. For years Adobe has battled on with it’s floundering Flash platform,  it’s now wholeheartedly on board with the biggest and most popular alternatives, web standards including HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. Today via its Adobe Max developer and designer conference Adobe’s CTO Kevin Lynch took the stage, surrounded by the very developers wrestling with these very transitions, to the announce the two acquisitions. Each acquisition gives Adobe a solid new starting point – for the missing points – of new-age web technology. Terms haven’t been disclosed, it’s not clear whether Adobe had to pay a premium for the companies. The TypeKit acquisition is complete, the Nitobi pickup is subject to closing conditions that should be met by month end, Adobe said. M★S  READ MORE