The best HTML5 apps today

If reports pan out, Google could release products tied to HTML5 and its Chrome OS as early as this week. Until that happens -- whenever it happens -- here's a look at the state of HTML5 apps ahead of that announcement.

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1. Netflix
Netflix
Last month, Netflix introduced an entirely new user interface to the Playstation 3 app, written entirely with HTML5. What it lacks in style, it makes up for with more substance. Case in point: the PS3 app has search, while the Xbox app doesn't.

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Last updated December 06 2010: 4:23 PM ET
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