Google and Apple show us what HTML5 has in store for our everyday web experiences

The Google Chrome team has released “20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web,” a “book” fashioned entirely in HTML5 which shows off some of the things you can do with the latest tags and technologies behind the new standard.

The book itself is a pretty good primer for anyone who doesn’t know much about how the Internet works, with tips such as, for example, how to tell your real bank’s website from a clever fraud.

Apple also has a page on their site dedicated to some pretty awesome examples of what HTML5 will do for websites in the very short-term future. Sadly, though, you have to be using Safari to view most of the examples.

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