W3C published a new version of the HTML5 Differences from HTML4 working draft. The latest version describes the differences of W3C HTML5 and HTML4, and a comparison between WHATWG HTML and HTML4 is no longer covered.
ReadWrite HTML5 Has A New Best Friend—And It's Apple, Not Google ReadWrite Google should be leading HTML5 development, but it's not. No, that honor goes to Apple, the company that has done more to trumpet the virtue of native apps than anyone else.
Geeky gadgets Netflix Linux Native Playback Support Arriving Very Soon Via HTML5 Geeky gadgets Previously Linux users have been able to work around the restrictions of the Netflix service using a variety of hacks.
I was chatting about polyfills recently with Bruce and Remy—who coined the term: A polyfill, or polyfiller, is a piece of code (or plugin) that provides the technology that you, the developer, expect the browser to provide natively.