Mobile screens are tiny and they usually cut off the URLs of web pages. You may however use the HTML5 History API to automatically display short URLs on mobile devices.
Bing is now using an HTML5 powered video background for their homepage. The video based homepages look good though they do add weight to the site.
Learn how you can easily embed a YouTube video in your site using both HTML5 and Flash video. The video player will automatically switch depending upon the OS and browser of the visitor.
HTML5 is next revision of HTML and is already support in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and even IE (if you use Chrome Frame). Here’s a list of presentations, videos and web articles to help you get started with HTML 5.
Firefox 3.7 will not just have an awesome interface but it will also include support for multi-touch devices. Marcio Galli demonstrates how he could draw a logo of Firefox on a touch-screen laptop running the latest build of Firefox 3.7 using nothing but his fingers.
Adrian Bateman from Microsoft, while replying to Maciej Stachowiak of Apple, has confirmed in a public mailing list at W3.org that Microsoft supports the <video> and <audio> elements in the HTML5.
You can watch this YouTube video player without installing the Adobe Flash Player. It requires an HTML 5 compatible browser like Safari or Firefox.