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Netflix streamed over HTML5 for ARM Chromebook, end of silverlight?

sfcrazy (1542989) writes | about a year and a half ago

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sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Netflix has pushed an update today to its Chrome Store app which brings support for the ARM-based Samsung Chromebook. This is a major change as instead of using Microsoft's Silverlight Netflix is using HTML5 video streaming (which now supports DRM for HTML5 on Chromebooks). Recently Google enabled the much controversial DRM support for HTML5 in Chrome OS to bring services like Netflix to Chromebooks using HTML5 instead of controversial Silverlight of Microsoft."
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