The W3C recently created a controversy by releasing an HTML5 logo. In the process, they lumped a few other technologies under the heading HTML5 that really are not HTML. I thought a little visual might help you see what parts of all those things the W3C included really are HTML5.
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*the new <video> and <audio> elements are HTML5. Not all multimedia is.
See Also: The New HTML5 Logo.