In the GPS wars, Google's free turn-by-turn navigation for Google maps pretty much pulled the rug out from under the rather expensive competition. Putting yet another nail in TomTom's coffin, TeleNav's joining the free navigation party, but it's doing it with the world's first in-browser HTML5 navigation app.
Last.fm has teamed up with Microsoft's IE9 people for a nice bit of brand cross-promotion, which sees the pair releasing a custom Last.fm web player, built in HTML5, and enhanced for users of Internet Explorer 9.
If there are two things I love, it's safe sex and HTML5. Bedsider, an "internet community" aimed at not getting you or your friend knocked up, is a terrific, kooky source of contraceptive gems. The best part? Giant condom wall!
Bing's trying all it can to differentiate itself from Google and carve out a decent chunk of the search market. One of their initiatives has been fancy backgrounds, which Google can do too of course, but now they've taken it one stage further.