Daily Dose - Mozilla and Opera Want VP8 in HTML5
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Intel Takes 'Wait and See' Approach to WebM
Another angle of the WebM story involves Intel, who was notably absent from the initiative's list of hardware supporters (included AMD, Nvidia, ARM, and more). A recent interview with an Intel representative reveals that the company is going to wait and see if the VP8 codec becomes popular enough before adding hardware acceleration for it in Atom chips. They want to see if it establishes itself in the Smart TV space.
JBoss 6 Gets Lightweight EJB
The JBoss Application Server 6.0.0 has reached Milestone 3 this month and it is the first version to include the Java EE 6-standard EJB 3.1 lightweight component. The two main EJB 3.1 features added include Singleton beans (more advanced "stateless" bean) and container-managed concurrency (set of annotations to control locking semantics). Other major additions to JBoss 6 in M3 include HornetQ, Remoting 3, VFS3, Embedded JBoss AS, and the OSGi Profile.
Jetpack 0.4 Brings New APIs
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