So if every other browser is settling on supporting WebM/VP8, they'll go along with it too. In the past they could have relied on their numbers to influence content providers, and likewise if the other browsers remained split over H264 vs Theora. But if their rivals are becoming united over what the "one true web video codec" should be, I don't think Microsoft can ignore that...
No announcement yet.
Google Opens Up VP8, Launches New Container Format