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W3C adopts new Software and Document License

The World Wide Web Consortium announced it has adopted a new Software and Document License. The new license updates the process by which relicensed or unfinished software specifications are given permission for use by other developers and organizations. The new license is compatible with the GPL and permits copying and modification of an initial specification, … continue reading

W3C member proposes single-page apps without JavaScript in HTML6

While HTML5, finally standardized, is taking its place in the Web development hierarchy, developers are already looking ahead to HTML6. This is what we might call the radical idea stage. Still largely in its conceptual and debate phase, HTML6 is foundationally similar to HTML, but with XML-like namespaces. Among the many features and experimental functionality … continue reading

Microsoft acquires Android and iOS calendar app, Google releases new tools to measure cloud performance, and W3C announces the working draft of WebRTC 1.0—SD Times news digest: Feb. 12, 2015

Microsoft has officially announced its acquisition of Sunrise, developer of a next-generation Android and iOS calendar app. “We are making this acquisition because we believe a reinvention in the way people use calendars on mobile devices is long overdue. Our goal is to better help people manage and make the most of their time in … continue reading

W3C to standardize Web access in connected cars

As the momentum behind connected cars and automotive software builds, the World Wide Web Consortium has decided to make sure the Web is prepared for this new generation of integrated applications. The W3C has announced a new Automotive Working Group to standardize secure Web access to vehicle data. The group will focus on the use … continue reading

Firefox 34 features in-browser WebRTC client, Firefox Hello

The flashiest news out of the Firefox 34 release may be Mozilla’s switch from Google to Yahoo as its default search engine, but the far more significant news is a WebRTC client built directly into the browser. The first Firefox 34 Beta release including a WebRTC client debuted back in September, but the official Firefox … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 28, 2014 –New Azure services at TechEd Europe, IBM Cloud OpenStack and data services and WebRTC on IE

Microsoft announces more Azure updates at TechEd Europe Little more than a week following its Azure press event, Microsoft introduced new services including Azure Batch, Azure Operational Insights and Azure Automation at theTechEd Europe conference in Barcelona, Spain. According to a blog post from Microsoft Azure product marketing director Vibhor Kapoor, Azure Batch delivers job … continue reading

W3C: HTML5 reaches ‘recommendation’ status

It’s official: HTML5 is a standard. The World Wide Web Consortium today has elevated the HTML5 specification to ‘recommendation’ status, giving it the group’s highest level of endorsement, which is akin to becoming a standard. But Jeff Jaffe, CEO of the W3C, was quick to point out that work on the Web is far from … continue reading

Competing for the Internet of Everything

When it comes to products and solutions, organizations want to be No. 1—and it is no different with the Internet of Things. As more and more devices and appliances begin to connect to the Internet, organizations are racing toward the Internet of Everything, trying to connect IoT devices with other IoT devices. “You can’t have … continue reading

The W3C looks to standardize the social Web

Social media is no longer just a way to connect with family and friends, or a way for businesses to deliver news and connect with customers. Business have started to take advantage of social interaction to reach employees and collaborate on projects, but with today’s diverse IT systems, BYOD policies and remote workers, crucial information … continue reading

WebRTC specifications advance

About a year ago we told you that WebRTC, an open project enabling real-time communication on web browsers, was the future of enterprise communication. Bringing real-time audio and video communication to the browser opens up myriad possibilities for instantaneous connection and data exchange the likes of which Skype and FaceTime haven’t even scratched the surface.Yet before … continue reading

Cross-origin resource sharing on track to become a W3C Recommendation

CORS provides a way for Web resources to relax SOP restrictions, according to the W3C … continue reading

From the Editors: Flat will, ultimately, fall flat

Also, the W3C has to make a decision about codecs; and we can all learn a lesson from Apple’s security hole … continue reading

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