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Current HTML5 Specifications This is a list of all 153 current HTML5 specs, first 142 W3C TR (grouped by status), and then 11 others : W3C TR Specifications (142 Specs) Malicious Use of the HTML5 Vibrate API – Terence Eden’s Blog There is a new API in town! HTML5 will (soon) let you make the user’s device vibrate. What fun! Obviously, it’s useful for triggering alerts, improved immersivness during gameplay, and all sorts of other fun things like sending Morse Code messages via vibration.. At the moment, Chrome (and other Android browsers) ask for permission before accessing features such as geo-location, camera Your battery status is being used to track you online Aug 02, 2016 HTML5 APIs - Connect to 1000s of APIs | RapidAPI

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