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world wide web consortium

Microsoft attacks Google over privacy, ignores the exact same violations from its partner, Facebook
Apps must be cross platform

Apple offers royalty-free license to nano-SIM patents, a proposed standard backed by most European carriers

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Last week, the Financial Times reported that Apple is at loggerheads with Motorola Mobility, RIM and Nokia over a proposed standard called "nano-SIM", a further miniaturization of the smart cards now known as "micro-SIM" cards. SIM stands for "subscriber identify module". Nano-SIM cards would be thinner and considerably smaller than...
Apple offers royalty-free license to nano-SIM patents, a proposed standard backed by most European carriers

Jeff Jaffe lights a fire under Web standardization

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The World Wide Web Consortium must better match the pace of business, so its CEO says in a Q&A he'll strip delays out of today's process for improving HTML and other standards. [Read more]...
Jeff Jaffe lights a fire under Web standardization

This app tells you if your web design is accessible to the color blind

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Built by Giovanni Scala, a developer living in Italy, Check My Colours is a web app for finding out how accessible your site’s design is for users with color blindness. By comparing the foreground and background color combinations of all DOM elements, this app determines if designers have provided sufficient...
This app tells you if your web design is accessible to the color blind

Mozilla says Apple, Google overshadowing open web

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Mozilla and several other browser developers have voiced concern over the dominance of WebKit-based browsers, notably Safari and Chrome. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) co-chairman Daniel Glazman suggests programmers have begun to disregard alternative browsers, such as Safari and Internet Explorer, when optimizing website compatibility.......
Mozilla says Apple, Google overshadowing open web
Microsoft tries too hard, flubs privacy-related attack on Google
FTC Worried About Big Online Platforms, Only Sort Of Means Facebook and Google

Web-standards consortium to reject Internet Explorer 10

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The World Wide Web Consortium working group charged with developing standards for tracking protection has announced that Internet Explorer 10 will not meet its compliance standards. The working group said the fact that IE10 will have the "Do Not Track" feature turned on by default is the reason for its...
Web-standards consortium to reject Internet Explorer 10

HTML5 Work Splits Into 'Living' And 'Snapshot' Standards. Developers Need Not Worry, Says Living Standard Leader

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It’s not often in the mobile world that you hear of a split in standards development that doesn’t make you groan thinking of the complications that it will imply moving ahead (hello, Android!). But a new development for HTML5 will apparently do just that. The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group...
HTML5 Work Splits Into 'Living' And 'Snapshot' Standards. Developers Need Not Worry, Says Living Standard Leader

VP8 Could Become a Standard in HTML5

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Mozilla will lobby for the VP8 video codec to become the recommended standard video technology on the web, the company’s CEO says. Mozilla will propose the idea to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in order to have the technology, which has just been open sourced, added to the...
VP8 Could Become a Standard in HTML5

Virgin America dumps Flash over lack of iPhone support

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Filed under: Internet, iPhone As the smack down between Apple and Adobe continues, Virgin America has dumped Flash from its website because of the lack of iPhone support. Virgin's new website, which launched Monday, replaces Flash with HTML to give users the ability to check in via their iPhones in...
Virgin America dumps Flash over lack of iPhone support
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