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W3C in the Press

Below are recent articles about W3C in the international press. Please send articles you would like us to consider to w3t-pr@w3.org, with "[Article]" in the Subject line. We reserve the right to choose which articles we include.

March

CNET
15 March
Can the mobile Web win back developers from iOS, Android?, Stephen ShanklandDominique Hazaël-Massieux, W3C, WebRTC, Pointer Events

February

The Register
13 February
W3C turns BROWSERS into VIBRATORS, Simon SharwoodW3C, Vibration API
CNET Japan
5 February
W3C、Automotive Working Groupを設立--コネクテッドカー向けの新ウェブ標準策定へ (W3C Established an Automotive Working Group -– to a new Web standard formulation for the connected car), Stephen ShanklandW3C, Automotive Working Group
SD Times
5 February
W3C to standardize Web access in connected cars, Rob MarvinW3C, Automotive Working Group, Ian Jacobs, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, HTML5, WebRTC
digi.no
4 February
Bilen får gene webstandarder (The car gets its own Web standards), Harald BrombachW3C, Jeff Jaffe, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, Automotive Working Group
CNET
4 February
The Web wants a seat in the car of your future, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Automotive Working Group
OpenCar
3 February
W3C: W3C and Automotive Industry Start New Web Standards Work for Connected Cars, W3C, Jeff Jaffe, Automotive Working Group, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group

January

Gizmodo
31 January
The Case Against DRM Needs to Be Made Now, Kate KnibbsW3C, HTML5
TechCrunch
29 January
Is This WebRTC’s Year?, Itay RosenfeldWebRTC, W3C
Ars Technica
28 January
YouTube says HTML5 video ready for primetime, makes it default, Ron AmadeoHTML5, W3C, Media Source Extensions, Encrypted Media Extensions, WebRTC
VentureBeat
27 January
YouTube ditches Flash for HTML5 video by default, Emil ProtalinskiHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, WebRTC
The Verge
27 January
YouTube drops Flash for HTML5 video as default, Rich McCormickHTML5
TechCrunch
27 January
YouTube Now Streams HTML5 Video By Default, Frederic LardinoisHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
MarketWatch
27 January
NTT Communications to Release Trial of SkyWay WebRTC Platform with TURN Feature, WebRTC, W3C, HTML5
YouTube Engineering and Developers Blog
27 January
YouTube now defaults to HTML5 <video> , Richard LeiderHTML5, Media Source Extensions, Encrypted Media Extensions, WebRTC
Converge Network Digest
26 January
NTT Com Tests NAT Traversal with its SkyWay WebRTC Platform, WebRTC, HTML5, W3C
IDG Enterprise
26 January
InfoWorld Announces the 2015 Technology of the Year Award Recipients, HTML5
InfoWorld
26 January
InfoWorld's 2015 Technology of the Year Award winners, Serdar YegulalpHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
ZDNet
22 January
Microsoft's Spartan browser: What's under the hood, Mary Jo FoleyW3C
Safari Blog
22 January
An opinionated guide to digital publishing specifications, Liza DalyW3C, Digital Publishing Interest Group, HTML5, CSS, SVG, MathML, Accessibility, WCAG, XML, XSLT, DOM
SD Times
22 January
WebRTC: The road to standardization, Christina MulliganWebRTC, W3C, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux
mobiForge
19 January
Standards and browser compatibility, Ruadhan O'DonoghueW3C, HTML5, Geolocation API, Device Orientation API, WebSocket, CSS

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— Ranking of W3C in Boston Global list of 150 important achievements associated with MIT. MIT is one of the organizations that "hosts" W3C; the others are ERCIM, Keio University, and Beihang University.