W3C

2013

December

ITV News
31 December
OBE for Surrey technical director, Jeni Tennison, W3C
semanticweb.com
31 December
Good-Bye 2013, Jennifer ZainoSemantic Web, Linked Data, Phil Archer, W3C, SPARQL, RDF, JSON-LD, Linked Data Platform
World Wide Web Foundation
19 December
The World Wide Web Foundation and over 100 organisations unite to sign statement of concern on secret mass surveillance, Gabe TroddTim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web Foundation
The Guardian
18 December
Tim Berners-Lee leads call for more transparency over mass surveillance, Alex HernTim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web Foundation
The Next Web
10 December
Dailymotion acquires Jilion for HTML5 and SublimeVideo skills, new Web player on the way , Ben WoodsHTML5
Semanticweb.com
10 December
W3C’s Semantic Web Activity Folds Into New Data Activity, Jennifer ZainoW3C, Semantic Web, Data Activity, Phil Archer, CSV on the Web Working Group, Data on the Web Best Practices Working Group, eGovernment, RDF, Linked Data Platform, SPARQL, XML, JSON-LD
ZDNet Japan
5 December
NTT Com、ブラウザ間で通信可能なWebRTCのプラットフォームとソースコードを公開 (NTT Communications have released a platform for WebRTC, which enables browser-to-browser communication, and its source code), Ryuji YamadaWebRTC, HTML5, W3C
HTML Goodies
4 December
Real World HTML5 Hybrid Apps, David TalbotHTML5, W3C, CSS3, SVG
Computer Weekly Application Developer Network
3 December
Intel: how to streamline apps with HTML5, Adrian BridgwaterHTML5, CSS, W3C
The Guardian
3 December
Tim Berners-Lee: Spies' cracking of encryption undermines the web, Ed PilkingtonTim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML, HTTP, World Wide Web Foundation
ReadWrite
2 December
Why The HTML5 Vs. Native Debate Obscures The Real Challenges Of Mobility, Nolan WrightHTML5, XML, SOAP

November

Access iQ
29 November
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative: 2013 in review, Scott HollierW3C, accessibility, WAI, IndieUI, WCAG, UAAG, ATAG, WAI-ARIA
The Next Web
28 November
A comprehensive guide to testing your Web app: How to get the most out of your sessions , Abhimanyu GhoshalW3C, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, SVG
VentureBeat
28 November
Design in the cloud: Creative tools start embracing the HTML5 revolution, Will PriceHTML5
VentureBeat
26 November
Nickelodeon taps startup Ludei to create HTML5 games that don’t suck when it comes to performance, Dean Takahashi HTML5, CSS
TechCrunch
26 November
Nickelodeon Partners With Ludei To Bring HTML5 Games To Its Upcoming Android App , Anthony HaHTML5
RT
22 November
Internet inventor slams UK, US for 'appalling and foolish' surveillance and censorship, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, World Wide Web Foundation
Clubic
21 November
Développement mobile : HTML5 et Windows Phone bientôt moins snobés ? (Mobile Development: HTML5 and Windows Phone soon least negleced?), Guillaume BelfioreHTML5
BBC News Technology
21 November
Tim Berners-Lee says 'surveillance threatens web', Tim Berners-Lee
VentureBeat
20 November
HTML5 vs. native vs. hybrid mobile apps: 3,500 developers say all three, please, John KoetsierHTML5
Tecmundo
19 November
Executivos da W3C falam sobre tendências web para os próximos anos (W3C Executives talk about the web trends for the coming years), Ramon de SouzaW3C, Digital Publishing, HTML5
InfoWorld
19 November
NSA spying will ultimately benefit us all, Roger A. GrimesW3C, HTTP
silicon.fr
18 November
L’Icann et ses alliés étudient une gouvernance d’Internet mondialisée (Icann and its allies are considering a global Internet Governance), Ariane BekyW3C
Develop
18 November
HTML5 - Game on?, Brian McHargHTML5, Web Sockets, Web Audio, Canvas, CSS3
ReadWrite
18 November
How HTML5 Crashed, Burned, And Rose Again, Rob GrossbergHTML5
Genbeta
15 November
HTTP 2.0 cifrado es la respuesta de IETF al espionaje de la NSA (HTTP 2.0 Encryption is IETF response to the NSA spying), W3C, HTTP
LesEchos.fr
15 November
Lutte d'influence au sommet de la gouvernance du Net (Power struggle at the top of the governance of the Net), Nicolas RaulineW3C
Linux-Magazin
14 November
HTTP 2: Sicher per Default (HTTP2: Secure by default), Kristian KißlingW3C, HTTP
The Register
14 November
Mandatory HTTP 2.0 encryption proposal sparks hot debate, Richard ChirgwinHTTP, W3C
ZOL
12 November
腾讯王活涛:“爱立方”寓意三个“I”结合 (Tencent Tao Wang live: "Love Cube" meaning three "i" combined), W3C, HTML5, CSS, XML
21CN.COM
12 November
W3C CEO:Patent-Free推动互联网开放与创新 (W3C CEO: Patent-Free powers the internet openness and innovation), Jeff Jaffe, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Newswire.co.kr
11 November
페이게이트, 국제웹표준화단체W3C 공식 회원사로 활동 (PayGate now officially an active member company of the W3C international web standards body), W3C, Web Payments
QQ Tech
11 November
2013腾讯W3C年会暨知识产权国际峰会开幕 (W3C 2013 Annual Conference and Tencent Summit Opening on Intellectual Property), W3C, Jeff Jaffe
ZOL
10 November
专访互联网之父:请停止移动端专利之争 (Interview with Father of the Internet: Please end patent dispute), Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
InfoQ
9 November
What’s the Problem with Mobile HTML5?, Abel AvramHTML5
bulletins-electroniques.com
8 November
Signature d'un accord entre l'ERCIM et le W3C/Keio sur la standardisation des technologies Web pour les publications numériques (Signature of an agreement between ERCIM and W3C/Keio on the standardization of Web technologies for digital publications), Antoine DavidW3C, Internationalization
Numerama
8 November
NSA : Tim Berners-Lee juge 'effroyable' le déchiffrement des communications (NSA: Tim Berners-Lee considers decryption of communications "appalling"), Julien L.Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5, W3C
The Voice of Russia
8 November
Snowden leaks showed government 'dysfunction' - Tim Berners-Lee, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Wired
7 November
Responsive HTML5 Apps: Write Once, Run Anywhere? Where is Anywhere?, Joe WolfHTML5, CSS
The Hindu
7 November
Web founder denounces NSA encryption cracking, Ed PilkingtonTim Berners-Lee, W3C
South China Morning Post
7 November
Tim Berners-Lee: NSA and GCHQ is 'dysfunctional and unaccountable', Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
silicon.fr
7 November
Tim Berners-Lee réaffirme son soutien à Edward Snowden (Tim Berners-Lee reaffirms support for Edward Snowden), Ariane BekyTim Berners-Lee, W3C
The Register
7 November
Berners-Lee: 'Appalling and foolish' NSA spying HELPS CRIMINALS, Jasper HamillTim Berners-Lee
The Guardian
7 November
Tim Berners-Lee: encryption cracking by spy agencies 'appalling and foolish', Ed PilkingtonTim Berners-Lee, W3C, World Wide Web Foundation
The Telegraph
6 November
Inventor of world wide web criticises NSA over privacy breaches , Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
VentureBeat
6 November
Why you should care about web standards, Divya ManianCSS, HTML, W3C
The Telegraph
6 November
Inventor of world wide web criticises NSA over privacy breaches , Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
PressTV
6 November
WWW inventor: US, UK spying ‘appalling and foolish', Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
ASCII.jp
5 November
日本語の縦書き文化を守る!W3C、電子出版の国際標準化を推進 (I protect the vertical writing of Japanese culture! Promotion of W3C international standardisation, and electronic publishing), 佐藤律子 (Ritsuko Sato)Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, Jun Murai, CSS, Daniel Dardailler, HTML5
The Register
5 November
How the W3C met its Waterloo at the Do Not Track vote showdown, Gavin ClarkeDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
Business Insider
4 November
Why HTML, The Web's Publishing Language, Is Still Relevant In The App-Crazy Mobile Age, Marcelo BallveHTML5
Business Insider
4 November
Why HTML, The Web's Publishing Language, Is Still Relevant In The App-Crazy Mobile Age, Marcello BallveHTML, HTML5
Handynummer orten
2 November
Geolocation API: Standortermittlung beim Surfen abschalten (Geolocation API: Turn off location determination when surfing), Mark SchatzW3C, Geolocation API
The Telegraph
2 November
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: data and the new web, Matt WarmanTim Berners-Lee, Open Data
The Guardian
1 November
NSA furore has roots in US internet imperialism, Jemima KissW3C

October

l'Humanité.fr
31 October
Espionnage. Le Brésil veut extraire Internet du contrôle de la NSA (Espionage. Brazil wants to remove Internet from the control of NSA), W3C
Clubic
31 October
Firefox et OpenH.264 : Cisco paie pour imposer le codec standard du Web (Firefox and OpenH.264: Cisco pays to impose Web standard coded), Romain HeuillardWebRTC, HTML5
The Telegraph
31 October
Berners-Lee demands countries deliver on open data promises, Matt WarmanOpen Data, Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web Foundation
Ars Technica
31 October
Cisco releases free and libre H.264 code for browsers, Peter Bright HTML5, WebRTC
Gigaom
30 October
Google sticks with VP8, opposes Cisco’s push to make H.264 the default codec for WebRTC, Janko RoettgersWebRTC
CIO.com
30 October
Cisco to Release Free Standard Software to Boost Web Videoconferencing, Stephen LawsonWebRTC, HTML5
Adobe Web Platform Team Blog
30 October
Test the Web Forward: Now Part of the W3C, Rebecca HauckW3C, HTML5, CSS3
CNET
30 October
Cisco, Mozilla open things up for real-time online video, Rachel KingWebRTC, HTML5
The Register
30 October
Cisco: We'll open-source our H.264 video code AND foot licensing bill, Neil McAllisterWebRTC, HTML
ZDNet
30 October
Cisco open sources H.264 codec to draw attraction to WebRTC, Rachel KingWebRTC, HTML5
MacGeneration
30 October
Cisco et Mozilla annoncent un codec H.264 open source (Cisco and Mozilla announce an open source H.264 codec), Stéphane MoussieWebRTC
Cisco Blogs
30 October
Open-Sourced H.264 Removes Barriers to WebRTC , Rowan TrollopeWebRTC, HTML5
Brendan Eich Blog
30 October
Cisco’s H.264 Good News, Brendan EichWebRTC, HTML5
TechCrunch
29 October
Firefox Gets Guest Browsing Mode On Android, Web Audio API Support On All Platforms, Frederic LardinoisWeb Audio API, CSS3, HTML5, W3C
The Register
29 October
Spread the gospel! Tim Berners-Lee's Open Data Institute goes global, Brid-Aine ParnellTim Berners-Lee, Open Data
Wired
28 October
The Next Battle Ground for the Titans of Tech, Charles SilverLinked Data, Semantic Web, RDF, W3C
The Register
28 October
Do Not Track W3C murder plot fails by handful of votes, Gavin ClarkeDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
ClickZ
28 October
Online Advertising, BATNAs & the Failure of Do Not Track, Blair ReevesW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do Not Track
PCWorld.fr
25 October
Mozilla présente Lightbeam et dit non aux DRM pour le HTML5, Mathieu ChartierDo Not Track, W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
eNet.com.cn
24 October
万维网之父即将携W3C年会来华 (Father of the World Wide Web is about to bring the W3C annual meeting in China), W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Semantic Web, TPAC2013, Test the Web Forward
The Drum
24 October
Protect whistleblowers! WWW founder Berners-Lee flays Britain and the US over 'failed systems', Noel YoungTim Berners-Lee
Golem.de
24 October
Mozilla in der Zwickmühle (Mozilla in a dilemma), Jens IhlenfeldW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
Heise online
24 October
HTML5: Mozilla-CTO will Wasserzeichen statt DRM (HTML5: Mozilla CTO wants watermark instead of DRM), Christian KirschW3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extensions
CMS Wire
24 October
Discussion Point: Encrypted Media Extensions in the HTML Standard, Siobhan FaganEncrypted Media Extension, HTML, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Developpez.com
24 October
DRM et HTML5 : Mozilla s'oppose farouchement aux travaux du W3C (DRM and HTML5: Mozilla is fiercely opposed to work by W3C), Romaric HinaultHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Linux-Magazin
24 October
Brendan Eich kritisiert DRM-Entwicklung im W3C (Brendan Eich criticizes DRM development in the W3C), Kristian KißlingW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5, Jeff Jaffe
Clubic
24 October
Mozilla : les propositions du W3C pour les DRM ne sont pas satisfaisantes (Mozilla: proposals for the W3C DRM are not satisfactory), Guillaume BelfioreW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
The Register
24 October
Mozilla CTO blasts WC3 plans to bless anti-piracy DRM tech in HTML5, Iain ThomsonW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
Trade Arabia
23 October
Whistleblowers 'must get special protection', Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Computer World UK | Open Enterprise
23 October
Is Mozilla on the Bridge of Khazad - or on the Fence?, Glyn MoodyTim Berners-Lee, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C
CNET Australia
23 October
DRM likely in future versions of HTML, Campbell SimpsonHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
GulfNews.com
22 October
Whistleblowers needed to check excesses by governments and corporations, says Berners-Lee, Himendra Mohan Kumar, Binsal Abdul KaderTim Berners-Lee, W3C
Brendan Eich Blog
22 October
The Bridge of Khazad-DRM, Brendan EichW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
PandoDaily
22 October
China’s betting big on HTML5 mobile apps. Will the US be next?, Hamish McKenzieHTML5
GulfNews.com
21 October
Abu Dhabi Media summit opens on Tuesday, Binsal Abdul KaderTim Berners-Lee
GulfNews.com
21 October
Abu Dhabi Media summit opens on Tuesday, Binsal Abdul KaderTim Berners-Lee
Arabian Business
21 October
World wide web inventor to deliver speech at Abu Dhabi summit, Shane McGinleyTim Berners-Lee
RTPA
20 October
La Oficina W3C en España, ubicada en Gijón, cumple 10 años (W3C Office in Spain, located in Gijon, celebrates 10 years), W3C, W3C Office, Martín Álvarez
Examiner.com
18 October
Why DRM in HTML5 is wrong, Russell JamesW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML
Smashing Magazine
17 October
Best Of Both Worlds: Mixing HTML5 And Native Code, Peter TraegHTML5, CSS3
Suffolk University
16 October
Business School Honors World Wide Web Consortium, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe, Ralph Swick
The Register
16 October
Divorcing ICANN and the US won't break the 'net nor stop the spooks, Richard ChirgwinW3C
Techdirt
16 October
DRM In HTML5: What Is Tim Berners-Lee Thinking?, Glyn MoodyTim Berners-Lee, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Developpez.com
15 October
Internet : l'espionnage des USA a ébranlé la confiance des internautes (Internet: U.S. espionage has shaken the confidence of users), Cedric ChevalierW3C
ZDNet.fr
15 October
Vie privée : le « Do Not Track » dans l’impasse. Pour de bon ? (Privacy: "Do Not Track" deadlocked. For good?), Christophe AuffrayW3C, Do Not Track
Heise online
14 October
Privatsphäre im Web: Do-not-Track-Standard droht das Aus (Privacy on the Web: do-not-track standard threatened with closure), Christian KirschDo Not Track, W3C
The Register
14 October
Brazil whacks PRISM with secure email plan, Richard ChirgwinW3C
01net
14 October
Le « Do Not Track » a du plomb dans l’aile ("Do Not Track" is a lame duck), Gilbert KallenbornDo Not Track, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Computer World UK
14 October
Tim Berners-Lee on Why HTML5 "Needs" DRM, Glyn MoodyTim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5, Open Data, HTML Working Group, Restricted Media Community Group, Web Copyright Community Group
silicon.fr
14 October
ICANN, W3C, IAB, IETF… veulent mondialiser la gouvernance d’Internet (ICANN, W3C, IAB, IETF ... want to globalize Internet Governance), Yves GrandmontagneW3C, Jeff Jaffe
Computer World UK | Open Enterprise
12 October
Brendan Eich, Mozilla's CTO, on EME and DRM, Glyn MoodyHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
Engadget
12 October
Internet infrastructure groups push for more independence from US monitoring, Jon FingasW3C
Wired
12 October
The US is losing control of the internet, Duncan GeereW3C
The Register
11 October
Brazil's anti-NSA prez urged to SNATCH keys to the internet from America, Rik MyslewskiW3C
Washington Post | The Switch
11 October
The Internet’s best hope for a Do Not Track standard is falling apart. Here’s why., Brian FungW3C, Do Not Track
VentureBeat
11 October
ICANN, W3C, and other orgs say U.S. is ‘undermining the trust of Internet users’, Jolie O'DellW3C
FayerWayer
11 October
ICANN, W3C, Internet Society y más rompen con EE.UU. y se alían a Brasil (ICANN, W3C, the Internet Society and U.S. break up and join forces with Brazil), Cony SturmW3C
TechCrunch
11 October
ICANN, W3C Call For End Of US Internet Ascendancy Following NSA Revelations, Alex WilhelmW3C
Internet Governance Project Blog
11 October
The core Internet institutions abandon the US Government, Milton MuellerW3C
Heise online
11 October
Touch-Events werden W3C-Standard (Touch Events becomes a W3C Standard), Christian KirschW3C, Touch Events
MediaPost Daily Online Examiner
10 October
Tim Berners-Lee To Decide Fate Of W3C Privacy Group, Wendy DavisTim Berners-Lee, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
CNET
10 October
Super Mario fully playable online using HTML5, Amanda KooserHTML5
The Register
10 October
Web daddy Tim Berners-Lee: DRMed HTML least of all evils, Gavin ClarkeTim Berners-Lee, HTML5, W3C, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions
ActuaLitté
10 October
W3C : l'édition numérique et l'EPUB façonneront le Web de demain (W3C: digital publishing and EPUB will shape the Web of tomorrow), Antoine OuryW3C, Digital Publishing Interest Group, HTML5
Beta News
9 October
Alliance for Affordable Internet wants to drive down the cost of web access around the world, Mark WilsonTim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web Foundation
Gigaom
9 October
The DRM dilemma facing the open web, David MeyerTim Berners-Lee, HTML5, W3C
Adweek
9 October
DAA to Convene New Do Not Track Group, Katy BachmanW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Telefónica Digital Hub
9 October
The many meanings of Open, Tim Berners-LeeTim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5, Semantic Web, Linked Data, SVG, CSS, Open Data
El Nuevo Herald
8 October
Advierten sobre crisis de confianza en Internet (Warning on confidence crisis in the Internet), Leonardo HaberkornW3C, Jeff Jaffe
El País.com.uy
8 October
Montevideo fue testigo de una declaración histórica sobre internet (Montevideo witnessed a historic declaration on internet), W3C
01net
8 October
Web : les DRM en bonne voie d’être intégrés dans les standards du W3C, Pierre FontaineW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
ICANN
7 October
Montevideo Statement on the Future of Internet Cooperation, Jeff Jaffe, W3C
World Wide Web Foundation
7 October
Alliance for Affordable Internet Launched, Dillon MannWorld Wide Web Foundation
Le Monde Informatique
7 October
Des DRM bientôt intégrées au HTML5 pour bloquer les vidéos (DRM soon integrated into HTML5 to block videos), Jean ElyanHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
NetworkWorld
7 October
W3C support of DRM will hurt Web experience, critics say, Antone GonsalvesW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extension, HTML Working Group, Jeff Jaffe
The Register
7 October
Web Daddy Berners-Lee DRMs HTML5 into 2016, Gavin ClarkeHTML5, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
Le Monde Technologies
7 October
Le père du Web et des géants d'Internet s'allient pour connecter les pays émergents (The father of the Web and Internet giants join forces to connect emerging counties), Guénaël PépinWorld Wide Web Foundation, Tim Berners-Lee, Open Data
ZDNet
7 October
Le W3C ouvre la porte aux DRM dans HTML5 (W3C opens the door to DRM in HTML5), W3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML
CSO Online
6 October
W3C support of DRM will hurt Web experience, critics say, Antone GonsalvesEncrypted Media Extension, W3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
VentureBeat
5 October
Native vs. HTML5: How the auto industry is forcing change for the mobile web, Michael O’SheaHTML5
NetworkWorld
4 October
Critics slam World Wide Web Consortium over inclusion of DRM in HTML5, Jon GoldW3C, HTML, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions
Heise online
4 October
HTML Working Group: HTML 5.1 möglicherweise mit API für DRM (HTML Working Group: HTML 5.1 possibly with API for DRM), Julia SchmidtHTML Working Group, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, DOM4, Encrypted Media Extensions
FayerWayer
4 October
W3C admite integrar el DRM en los estándares web (W3C admits to integrate DRM in web standards), Cony SturmW3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML
PCWorld
4 October
Web's gatekeepers embrace DRM for next HTML5 standard, Ian PaulHTML5, W3C, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe, Tim Berners-Lee
Developpez.com
4 October
Le W3C accepte les DRM dans la charte du HTML (W3C accepts DRM in the charter of HTML), Romaric HinaultW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
IT Business Net
4 October
Oracle Implements W3C's Standard for Data Provenance , W3C, PROV, Provenance Working Group
VentureBeat
4 October
W3C moves ahead with plans to add DRM to web standards, Tom CheredarW3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee
InfoWorld
4 October
Berners-Lee and W3C approve HTML5 video DRM additions, Serdar YegulalpEncrypted Media Extension, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
ZDNet
3 October
World wide web creator rules DRM support should be baked into web tech, Nick HeathTim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
InfoWorld
3 October
Internet Explorer 11 Release Preview now available for Windows 7, Serdar YegulalpPointer Events, HTML5, Do Not Track, Tracking Preference Expression, CSS
Polit.ru
3 October
Консорциум W3C одобрил блокировку нежелательного контента в HTML5 (The W3C has approved blocking unwanted content in HTML5), HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
MacGeneration
3 October
Le W3C valide la protection anticopie des vidéos HTML5 (W3C green-lights copy protection of HTML5 videos), Stéphane MoussieHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
OpenStand
3 October
Statement from OpenStand on the Strengths of the OpenStand Principles, W3C
Fort Mills Times
3 October
Statement from OpenStand Affirming Partners, W3C, OpenStand
PC INpact
3 October
L'EFF fustige le W3C pour l'acceptation des DRM dans la nouvelle charte (EFF rebukes W3C for accepting DRM in new charter), Vincent HermannW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Numerama
3 October
Le W3C valide l'ajout de DRM aux pages web (W3C green-lights adding DRM to web pages), Julien L.W3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee
Tweakers
3 October
W3C legt protest tegen drm in html-standaard naast zich neer (W3C explains protest against DRM in html standard shrug), Joost SchellevisW3C, HTML, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5
Electronic Frontier Foundation
2 October
Lowering Your Standards: DRM and the Future of the W3C, Danny O'BrienW3C, HTML Working Group, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extension, HTML5, XHTML
Boing Boing
2 October
W3C green-lights adding DRM to the Web's standards, says it's OK for your browser to say "I can't let you do that, Dave", Cory DoctorowW3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee
CMS Wire
1 October
Google Announces Web Designer for Building HTML5 Sites, Anthony MyersHTML5, HTML, CSS, XML
ITworld
1 October
See - and hear - what it was like to surf the web 20 years ago, Phil JohnsonTim Berners-Lee, HTML5
PC INpact
1 October
Do Not Track : une loi californienne obligera les sociétés à être transparentes (Do Not Track: A California law will force companies to be transparent), Vincent HermannDo Not Track, W3C

September

Les Échos
30 September
Quand le “big data” prédira l’avenir (When 'big data' predicts the future), Frank NiedercornLinked Data, W3C
The Verge
30 September
New hope for Do Not Track as California enacts ad disclosure law, Casey NewtonDo Not Track, W3C
CNET
30 September
Google to ad makers: Code once, display everywhere, Seth RosenblattHTML5
The Next Web
30 September
Google launches public beta of Web Designer, a free design tool for creating HTML5 ads and campaigns, mil ProtalinskiHTML5
TechCrunch
30 September
Google Launches Web Designer, A Visual Tool For Building Interactive HTML5 Sites And Ads, Frederic LardinoisHTML5, CSS, CSS3
The Hill's Hillicon Valley
30 September
New California law may push other Do Not Track efforts , Kate TummarelloW3C, Do Not Track
MIT News
30 September
Building disaster-relief phone apps on the fly, Larry HardestyW3C, HTML, XML, Tim Berners-Lee, RDF, SPARQL, Linked Data
Forbes
28 September
HTML5 is the Future of Book Authorship, Sanders KleinfeldHTML5, Open Web Platform, CSS, CSS3
ZDNet
23 September
Three technologies that want to improve on JavaScript , Nick HeathW3C
Bloomberg BNA
23 September
Do Not Track Group Appoints New Chairs; Advertising Alliance Withdraws From Effort, Katie W. JohnsonDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Jeff Jaffe, Tracking Preference Expression, Tracking Compliance and Scope
SFGate
21 September
Do-not-track bill a small step toward real privacy, James TempleDo Not Track, W3C
CIOL
21 September
‘HTML 5.0 Tour in India' reaches Hyderabad, HTML5, W3C, Michael Smith
VDI Nachrichten
20 September
Cookie-Regulierung weltweit festgefahren (Cookie regulatory world stalled), W3C, Do Not Track
PC INpact
20 September
Publicité : la fonction Do Not Track en danger au W3C (Advertising: Do Not Track feature in danger within the W3C), Vincent HermannDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
Advertising Age
20 September
Do-Not-Track Show Will Go On at W3C -- For Now, Kate KayeDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
The Register
19 September
Final preview of IE11 for Windows 7 uncanned, Gavin ClarkePointer Events, HTML, W3C
The Daily Caller
19 September
Congress: Restore Our Rightful Privacy Ownership, Scott ClelandW3C, Privacy, Do Not Track
O'Reilly Programming
19 September
HTML5 is the Future of Book Authorship, Sanders KleinfeldHTML5, CSS, W3C, Digital Publishing Interest Group, XML Schema, XSL, XSLT
Techglimpse
19 September
W3C and C-DAC join hands for HTML 5.0 Tour in India – Event summary, W3C, HTML5, Alan Bird, Michael Smith
CNET
18 September
Microsoft claims massive speed boost in latest IE 11 build, Seth RosenblattPointer Events API, HTML5, W3C
Northern Voices Online
18 September
‘Core Features of the HTML Platform’ Workshop begins in Bangalore, HTML5, W3C, Michael Smith
The Hill's Hillicon Valley
18 September
Privacy advocate, Adobe director to lead Do Not Track talks, Kate TummarelloDo Not Track, W3C, Jeff Jaffe
CNET
18 September
Advertiser group: Do Not Track Web privacy effort is dead, Stephen ShanklandDo Not Track, W3C, Jeff Jaffe, Tracking Protection Working Group
The Verge
17 September
Do Not Track's future in doubt as major ad group withdraws from talks, Nathan IngrahamW3C, Do Not Track, HTTP
CNET
17 September
New Android Firefox simplifies mobile browser sharing, Seth RosenblattWebRTC, HTML5, W3C, Touch Events API
Sys-Con Media
17 September
Survey Finds Large Enterprises Adopting WebRTC, Carmen GonzalezWebRTC
Gigaom
17 September
Google ready to toss cookies as ground shifts for online ad rules, Jeff John RobertsDo Not Track
Online Media Daily
17 September
Web Standards Group Plans To Continue Do-Not-Track Effort, Wendy DavisDo Not Track, W3C, Jeff Jaffe, Tracking Protection Working Group
India Education Diary
17 September
HTML 5 Tour in India Begins under the Aegis of the Department of Electronics & Information Technology , HTML5, W3C, Michael Smith
Adweek
17 September
Digital Advertising Alliance Exits Do Not Track Group, Katy BachmanW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Online Media Daily
17 September
Digital Ad Alliance No Longer Aligned, Pulls Out Of Web Privacy Initiative, Wendy DavisW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do Not Track
Information Today, Inc.
17 September
W3C Launches Website Validation Service, W3C, Validator Suite, HTML5, CSS, internationalization
Advertising Age
17 September
Do-Not-Track on the Ropes as Ad Industry Ditches W3C, Kate KayeDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Jeff Jaffe
India Education Diary
16 September
HTML 5 Tour in India Starting Tomorrow under the Aegis of TDIL Programme , HTML5, W3C, Michael Smith
Politico
16 September
Privacy advocates look to California, Michelle QuinnDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
Handyspionage
13 September
Handy orten via W3C Geolocation API (Mobile sites via W3C Geolocation API), Dominic LudwigW3C, Geolocation API, HTML
FinanzNachrichten.de
12 September
Fraunhofer Presents MPEG-DASH Streaming with HEVC and 7.1 HE-AAC at IBC, HTTP, W3C, Media Source Extensions (MSE), Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)
PHP Magazin
10 September
W3C Validator Suite testet Eure Website gegen Cash auf Standardkonformität (W3C validator suite tests your site against standards compliance for cash), Eric HerrmannW3C, Validator Suite, HTML, CSS
VentureBeat
5 September
Facebook exec: We’re solely focused on being a mobile platform, Jolie O'DellHTML5
Engadget
5 September
Mozilla's 'Phone for Apps' initiative hits phase two, lures devs into porting HTML5 apps to Firefox OS , Edgar AlvarezHTML5
TechCrunch
4 September
Mozilla Launches Phase Two Of ‘Phones For Apps’ Program, Giving Firefox OS Devices To Devs Who Port HTML5 Apps, Darrell EtheringtonHTML5
Journal du Net Web & Tech
3 September
Web Components : prochaine révolution pour le développement web ? (Web Components: next revolution for web development?), Antoine Crochet-DamaisWeb Components, HTML, W3C, CSS, DOM
Computerworld
3 September
4 Client-Side Web Storage Options That Replace Cookies, Chris Minnick and Ed Tittel Web Storage, W3C, HTTP, HTML, CSS, Web Storage API, HTML5, CSS3
Mozilla Hacks
3 September
Getting Started With HTML5 Game Development, Austin Hallock, Robert NymanHTML5
Nettuts+
2 September
Interview With Lea Verou of the W3C, Rey BangoW3C, CSS, CSS Working Group
ITespresso.fr
2 September
Le W3C définit les grandes orientations du Web (The W3C defines the broad directions of the Web), W3C, Jeffrey Jaffe, HTML5

August

Betanews
30 August
Opera 16 adds form filler, new browser tweaks, Mike WilliamsW3C, Geolocation API, SVG
Silicon.fr
30 August
Le W3C définit les priorités du web de demain (The W3C defines the priorities of the web of tomorrow), David FeugeyW3C, Jeffrey Jaffe, HTML5
CNET
29 August
TiVo gives Opera browser tech a place inside new Roamio DVR, Stephen ShanklandHTML, W3C, Geolocation API
TechCrunch
29 August
TiVo’s Roamio Platform Gets Opera SDK Support, Bringing HTML5 Web Apps To TiVo DVRs, Darrell EtheringtonHTML5
ZDNet
28 August
What Microsoft and Google's YouTube row says about the future of web development, Simon BissonHTML5, HTML, CSS, W3C, CSS media querie
Adweek
28 August
Peter Swire Quits Group Tasked With Creating Out Do Not Track Standard, Katy BachmanW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do Not Track
CMS Wire
27 August
Web and Mobile Interest Group Emerges from W3C to Further Mobile Web Initiative, Dom NicastroWeb and Mobile Interest Group, W3C, Mobile Web Initiative
CNGL
23 August
Latest Developments: Internationalization Tag Set 2.0, Internationalization, Internationalization Tag Set 2.0, W3C, XML, HTML, Linked data
A List Apart
22 August
Around the World Wide Web in Eighty Minutes, Richard Ishidainternationalization, W3C, HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS Working Group
Heise online
21 August
W3C startet Interest Group für die App-Entwicklung mit Webtechniken (W3C Launches Interest Group for the app development with web technologies), Alexander NeumannW3C, Web and Mobile Interest Group
Politico
21 August
New NSA details - No Do Not Track panic at FTC - Intellectual Ventures goes on offense , Tony RommW3C, Do Not Track
Telecompaper
21 August
W3C forms Web and Mobile Interest Group , W3C, Web and Mobile Interest Group
Politico
20 August
Ramirez talks W3C, Do Not Track - More from #TPIAspen on net neutrality and telecom this Congress, Tony RommW3C, Do Not Track
ZDNet
16 August
Web apps: the future of the internet, or an impossible dream?, Nick HeathW3C, HTML, CSS, Core Mobile Web Platform Community Group, Web and Mobile Interest Group, HTML5, Web Applications Working Group, Web Storage
Mobile Marketer
9 August
W3C agreement on Do Not Track standards would make legal obligations murky, Gary KibelW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do Not Track
The Next Web
8 August
Amazon’s Appstore is now accepting HTML5 Web apps, Paul SawersHTML5
TechCrunch
7 August
Amazon Appstore Now Open To Web Apps, With One-Click In-App Purchases In Tow, Sarah PerezHTML5
ZDNet
7 August
Amazon to accept HTML5 apps for Kindle Fire, Larry DignanHTML5
VentureBeat
7 August
Amazon expands Android Appstore to include HTML5 web apps, Sean LudwigHTML5
CNET
7 August
Amazon adds HTML5 Web-app support for Kindle Fire, Android, Don ReisingerHTML5
WWWhats’new
7 August
Amazon Appstore ahora acepta aplicaciones web en HTML5, Fco. José HidalgoHTML5
ReadWrite
7 August
Amazon Brings HTML5 Mobile Web Apps To Its Android Appstore, Dan RowinskiHTML5, Fullscreen API
Engadget
7 August
Amazon Appstore now accepts web apps , Jon FingasHTML5, URLs
The Register
7 August
End of an era as Firefox bins 'blink' tag, Simon SharwoodW3C, HTML, accessibility
ZDNet
6 August
W3C defines local Web storage API, Steven J. Vaughan-NicholsW3C, Web Storage, DOM, Web Storage API, HTTP, HTML5
Heise online
6 August
Australische Behindertenorganisationen fordern Ende der Captchas (Australian disability organizations demand the end of captchas), Martin HollandW3C, accessibility
The Register
5 August
Bad timing: New HTML5 trickery lets hackers silently spy on browsers, John LeydenHTML5, CSS, SVG, URL, HTTP
The Sydney Morning Herald
5 August
Bid to kill CAPTCHA security test gains momentum, Lucy CarrollW3C, WCAG 2.0, accessibility
ITWire.com
5 August
Consumer advocates unite to kill CAPTCHA, Graeme PhilipsonW3C, WCAG 2.0, accessibility
semanticweb.com
2 August
Manu Sporny Advocates for Web Payment Standard at Inside Bitcoins, Angela GuessW3C, HTTP, Web Payments Community Group
Heise online
1 August
IETF 87: Posh gegen Mittelsmänner (Posh against men-in-the-middle), Ernst AhlersHTTP, Wendy Seltzer, W3C
TechWorld.com
1 August
W3C's Web Storage technology goes live, Joab JacksonW3C, Web Storage, Web Applications (WebApps) Working Group, HTTP, Indexed Database API, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
ITworld
1 August
W3C's Web Storage technology goes live, Joab JacksonW3C, Web Storage, Web Applications (WebApps) Working Group, HTTP, Indexed Database API, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
PC Advisor
1 August
W3C's Web Storage technology goes live, Joab JacksonW3C, Web Storage, Web Applications (WebApps) Working Group, HTTP, Indexed Database API, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
Computerworld
1 August
W3C's Web Storage technology goes live, Joab JacksonW3C, Web Storage, Web Applications (WebApps) Working Group, HTTP, Indexed Database API, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
PCWorld
1 August
W3C's Web Storage technology goes live, Joab JacksonW3C, Web Storage, Web Applications (WebApps) Working Group, HTTP, Indexed Database API, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
I Programmer
1 August
Persistent Data Storage API , Kay Ewbank W3C, Web Applications working group, Web Storage, HTTP

July

Access iQ
31 July
WCAG 2.0 sceptics: should we be afraid?, Scott HollierWeb Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, accessibility
Developer Economics
31 July
State of the Mobile Developer Mindshare, HTML5
Developpez.com
31 July
HTML5 prisé par les développeurs d'applications mobiles (HTML5 popular with mobile developers), Cedric ChevalierHTML5
TechCrunch
30 July
Opera Proposes NEX Packaging Format For Browser Extensions, Hopes To Make It A Web Standard, Frederic LardinoisW3C
Heise online
30 July
IETF 87: Wann ist ein Standard ein Standard? (IETF 87: When a standard is a standard?), Volker BrieglebW3C
CoinDesk
30 July
W3C advocates currency-agnostic, browser-based web payment standard, Danny BradburyW3C, Web Payments Community Group
VisionMobile
29 July
Web Sites vs. Web Apps: What the experts think, Ciprian BorodescuDominique Hazael-Massieux, Mobile Web Initiative, W3C, Device APIs and Policy Working Group, HTML, WebApps, SVG, CSS3, Tim Berners-Lee
Developer Economics
29 July
Websites vs Web apps: What the experts think, Ciprian BorodescuDominique Hazael-Massieux, Mobile Web Initiative, W3C, Device APIs and Policy Working Group, HTML, WebApps, SVG, CSS3, Tim Berners-Lee
The New York Times | Bits
26 July
Pinterest Allows Users to Opt-Out of Being Tracked, Nick BiltonDo No Track
CNET
25 July
Microsoft readies IE 11 for Windows 7, too, Seth RosenblattW3C, WebRTC, HTML5
CNET
24 July
Do Not Track opt-out icon coming to mobile browsers, Dara KerrDo No Track, W3C
Adweek
24 July
Consumers Will Soon Be Able to Opt-Out of Targeted Mobile Ads, Katy BachmanW3C, Do Not Track
Bloomberg
23 July
Web’s Mad Men Fight Browser Makers Over Online Tracking, Todd ShieldsDo Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Forbes
23 July
Links 23 July: Hurrah! The Eolas Patents Are Dead, Tim WorstallTim Berners-Lee, W3C
CNET
23 July
Eolas' 'Interactive Web' patents invalid, appeals court affirms, Steven MusilTim Berners-Lee, W3C
Ars Technica
23 July
The Web’s longest nightmare ends: Eolas patents are dead on appeal, Joe MullinTim Berners-Lee, W3C
Genbeta:dev
20 July
Netflix es amenazado con ser boicoteado por presionar al W3C para hacer estándar el DRM en HTML5 (Netflix is threatened to be boycotted by pressing the W3C standard for the DRM in HTML5), Pedro GutiérrezW3C, Web Cryptography API, accessibility, HTML5
The New York Times | Sunday Review
20 July
Don’t Track Us, Do Not Track
Daily Online Examiner
19 July
Web Standards Group Will Miss July Deadline For Do-Not-Track Proposal, Wendy DavisDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working group
Adweek
19 July
Turmoil Surfaces in the Do Not Track Group, Katy BachmanW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track, Thomas Roessler
PCWorld
19 July
Advocates call for a Netflix boycott amidst controversy about HTML5 video standards, Evan DashevskyHTML5, W3C, Web Cryptography, Encrypted Media Extensions, accessibility
Gigaom
18 July
Netflix presses ahead with HTML5, as free software activists call for boycott, Janko RoettgersHTML5, W3C, accessibility
Developpez.com
17 July
Do-Not-Track : l'industrie publicitaire tente de vider le projet de sa substance (Do-Not-Track: the advertising industry tries to empty the draft of its substance), Gordon FowlerW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Out-Law.com
17 July
Targeted advertising to be subject to 'do not track' standard, Do Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working group
The Register
17 July
Ad man: Mozilla 'radicals' and 'extremists' want to wreck internet economy, Neil McAllisterW3C, Privacy
Tweakers
17 July
W3C schiet voorstellen van adverteerders voor do-not-track af (W3C shoots advertisers' do-not-track' proposals), W3C, Do Not Track, HTTP
CNET Japan
17 July
W3C、「Do Not Track(追跡拒否)」規格策定で広告業界の修正案を却下 (W3C rejected the amendment from the advertising industry "Do Not Track" in the standard formulation), Stephen ShanklandW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Webwereld
17 July
W3C verwerpt trackende Do Not Track-standaard (W3C rejects do-not-track standard that tracks), Henk-Jan BuistW3C, Do Not Track
Silicon.fr
17 July
Do Not Track : le W3C douche l’industrie publicitaire (Do Not Track: W3C showers the advertising industry), Ariane BekyDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
The Register
17 July
Admen's suggested tweaks to Do Not Track filed straight into the bin, Gavin ClarkeDo No Track, Tracking Protection Working Group, W3C, HTTP
Direct Marketing News
16 July
W3C Rejects Marketers' Privacy Plan; Marketers Unfazed, Al UrbanskiW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track
Daily Online Examiner
16 July
Ad Industry Hints It Will Ignore W3C's Do-Not-Track Recommendation, Wendy DavisW3C, Do Not Track
Adweek
16 July
W3C Group Rejects Industry Do Not Track Proposal, Katy BachmanTracking Protection Working Group, W3C, Do Not Track
HotHardware
16 July
W3C Working Group Rejects Advertiser's Do Not Track Proposal, Seth ColanerW3C, Do Not Track
Heise online
16 July
"Do Not Track"-Arbeitsgruppe lässt Werber abblitzen ("Do Not Track" working group leaves advertisers rebuffed), Daniel BergerDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working group
PCWorld
16 July
W3C rejects ad industry attempt to hijack do-not-track specs, Loek EssersW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
CNN Money
16 July
Do Not Track proposal is DOA, David GoldmanDo No Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
ZDNet.fr
16 July
W3C-Do Not Track : la proposition des publicitaires rejetée... le travail peut commencerW3C-Do Not Track: advertising proposal rejected ... work can begin), W3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
PC INpact
16 July
Do Not Track : le difficile consensus autour d'un standard au W3C (Do Not Track: the difficult consensus on a standard W3C), Vincent HermannDo Not Track, W3C
Clubic
16 July
Do Not Track : le W3C rejette les propositions de l'industrie publicitaire (Do Not Track: W3C rejects proposals from the advertising industry), Guillaume BelfioreW3C, Do Not Track, HTTP
The New York Times | Bits
15 July
Wrangling Over ‘Do Not Track’ , Natasha SingerDo No Track, W3C
CNET
15 July
Do Not Track standards group shoots down advertiser proposal, Stephen ShanklandDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
The New York Times | Technology
15 July
‘Do Not Track’ Rules for Advertising to Web Users Come a Step Closer to an Agreement, Somini Sengupta and Natasha SingerDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
MediaPost Daily Online Examiner
12 July
Mozilla Questions IAB's Do-Not-Track Estimates, Wendy DavisW3C, Do Not Track
Advertising Age
12 July
Ad Industry Proposal: 'Do Not Track' Should Let Us Track Anyway, Kate KayeW3C, Do Not Track
MediaPost Daily Online Examiner
11 July
W3C Mulls Ad Industry Proposal For Do-Not-Track, Wendy DavisDo Not Track, W3C
CMS Wire
11 July
W3C Report Updates Web Applications on Mobile Standards, Anthony MyersW3C, HTML5, Pointer Events, CSS
Storefront Backtalk
11 July
Have Best Buy And HSN Cracked E-Commerce Incompatible Data?, Frank HayesW3C Community and Business Groups, Customer Experience Digital Data, HTML5, Semantic Web
A List Apart
11 July
The W3C on Web Standards: Security Affair, Virginie GalindoW3C, Web Cryptography Working Group, Web Cryptography API, Web Application Security Working Group, Content Security Policy, Cross-Origin Resource Sharing
BWW Geeks World
10 July
Bop Design Talks the Importance of W3C Standards for Design August 7-8 in San Francisco Read more about Bop Design Talks the Importance of W3C Standards for Design August 7-8 in San Francisco, W3C, Social Business community group, HTML, CSS, XML, accessibility, security, internationalization
CMS Wire
10 July
Proposed W3C Standard for e-Commerce Customer Data Moves Forward, Barry LevineW3C Community and Business Groups, Customer Experience Digital Data, HTML5, Semantic Web
Gigaom
10 July
Google, Adobe and Best Buy are working on an ecommerce web data standard, David MeyerW3C Community and Business Groups, Customer Experience Digital Data, HTML5, Semantic Web
.net magazine
10 July
5 HTML5 and ARIA design patterns, Léonie Watson and Steve FaulknerHTML5, ARIA, HTML
SFGate
9 July
Ad Business May Capitulate On Use Of Tracking Cookies: 'That Is No Longer Tenable', Jim EdwardsDo Not Track, W3C, HTTP
Telecom Reseller
8 July
HTML5 and accessible real-time collaboration apps, Ronny TittotoHTML5, WebRTC, W3C, WAI-ARIA
DIY Genius
7 July
Why You Should Learn HTML5 Now Before It Explodes In Popularity, Kyle PearceHTML5, W3C, HTML, CSS, CSS3
ZDNet
5 July
Cloud lock-in: What firms can be doing now to avoid the traps, Toby WolpeSOAP, HTTP, Jeff Jaffe
.net magazine
3 July
Hot in web standards: May/June 2013, Lea VerouCSS, DOM, HTML5, SVG, WebRTC, Web Platform Docs, Pointer Events
Journal du Net Web & Tech
2 July
Qui gagne la bataille HTML5 contre applications natives ? (Who wins the battle HTML5 against native applications?), Josh Luger, translated by Joséphine DenneryHTML5
PCWorld
2 July
Mozilla CTO: Firefox tablet coming 'ASAP', Martyn WilliamsHTML5, CSS
Tom's hardware
2 July
Firefox OS Tablets Coming Soon, Says Mozilla CTO, Kevin ParrishCSS
The Register
2 July
Firefox OS mobilises HTML5, without the added Steve Jobs, Scott GilbertsonHTML5, CSS
PC Pro
2 July
Dreamweaver is still dying, Tom ArahHTML5, CSS, W3C, XML, XHTML, SVG, CSS Media Queries, DOM
Techdirt
2 July
W3C Chief: To Prevent Parts Of The Web From Being Walled Off, We Need To Wall It Off Ourselves, Mike MasnickJeff Jaffe, HTML5
Business Insider
1 July
The HTML5 Vs. Native Apps Battle Broken Down, Josh LugerHTML5
NetworkWorld
1 July
Six things you need to know about WebRTC, Phil HippensteelW3C, WebRTC
Mac4Ever
1 July
Les premiers smartphones Firefox OS en approche (First Firefox OS smartphones approaching), HTML5

June

NPR
29 June
Tools To Help You Hide Online Raise The Ire Of Advertisers, Martin KasteDo Not Track, W3C
TechCrunch
29 June
IE11 Gives Microsoft A Shot At Browser Redemption, Frederic LardinoisPointer Events, W3C, WebRTC
Clubic
27 June
Cloud computing : le directeur du W3C lance un appel à la standardisation (Cloud computing: the W3C Director calls for standardization), Guillaume BelfioreW3C, Jeff Jaffe
ZDNet
27 June
How we can create open standards for social business, Dion HinchcliffeW3C, Workshop on Social Standards: The Future of Business, HTML5
Cloud Pro
27 June
W3C chief says cloud and web bodies should work together, Maxwell CooterJeff Jaffe, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
ZDNet
27 June
The big lesson cloud computing needs to learn from the history of the web, Nick HeathJeff Jaffe, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, CSS, SVG, Web Services
Yahoo! Business and Finance
27 June
Announcing Social Business Open Standards Workshop, Organized by OpenSocial Foundation and W3C, and Hosted by AppFusions, W3C, HTML5 Harry Halpin, Workshop on Social Standards: The Future of Business
ZDNet
27 June
Reject DRM and you risk walling off parts of the web, says W3C chief, Nick HeathW3C, Jeff Jaffe, HTML, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
CNET
26 June
Ad group blasts cookie-privacy project from Mozilla, Stanford, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track
TechRadar Pro
26 June
W3C boss warns against delaying cloud standards, Kane FultonJeff Jaffe, W3C, Web Services
The Register
26 June
Latest Firefox boosts video chat, 3D graphics, JavaScript performance, Neil McAllisterWebRTC, W3C
CIO
25 June
How to Ensure Privacy in the Age of HTML5, Chris Minnick and Ed TittelW3C, Privacy, Geolocation API, Media Capture API, Web Storage API, HTML5
I Programmer
25 June
Web Telephony API, Kay EwbankSystem Applications Working Group, W3C, Web Telephony API
Betanews
24 June
Do Not Track standards do not coalesce , Larry SeltzerW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track, HTTP
Engadget
21 June
Stanford's Cookie Clearinghouse adds another layer of security to web browsers, Mariella MoonW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track
.net magazine
21 June
Devs respond to CSS Shapes Module Level 1, Craig GrannellCSS, W3C, CSS Shapes Module Level 1, Doug Schepers, CSS Flexbox, Lea Verou
ZDNet
20 June
As the Do Not Track standard unravels, privacy alternatives emerge, Ed BottDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
FinanzNachrichten.de
19 June
Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society Launches "Cookie Clearinghouse" to Enable User Choice for Online Tracking, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track
Business Insider
17 June
The Ad Business Is About To Suffer A Stunning Defeat At Hands Of 'A Volunteer Who Hangs Around The Offices' Of Firefox, Jim EdwardsW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do No Track
Asahi Shimbun Online
13 June
WWW開発者「ウェブアプリこそ未来」 慶大教授と対談 (Interview between WWW creator and Keio Professor "what future for web apps"), Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
.net magazine
6 June
net Awards 2013: here are the winners!, anya CombrinckCSS3
Boing Boing
6 June
W3C insider explains what's wrong with cramming DRM into HTML5 - and what you can do about it, Cory DoctorowW3C, HTML5, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions
The Guardian
6 June
DRM and HTML5: it's now or never for the Open Web, Harry HalpinW3C, HTML5, Jeff Jaffe, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions
SmartData Collective
5 June
Could Big Data Spur Semantic Web Development?, Mark van RijmenamSemantic Web, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
The H Open
5 June
New HTML 5.1 working draft released, Fabian ScherschelHTML 5.1, W3C
Broadband TV News
4 June
Open IPTV Forum publishes HTML5 profile for connected TVs, Robert BrielHTML5, CSS, DOM3, W3C
Courthouse News Service
3 June
HTML Usage Controls Draw Group's Objection, Jonny BonnerHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
IE-NEWS.com
2 June
Antidot fait bénéficier les sites marchands des apports du web sémantique (Merchant sites that benefit from contributions of the Semantic Web thanks to Antidot), Semantic Web, W3C, RDF, RDFa, OWL, SKOS
Heise online
1 June
Kampf um die Deutungshoheit im Web: Schema.org vs. Linked Data (Battle for authority to interpret the Web: Schema.org vs. Linked Data), Johannes EndresTim Berners-Lee, Linked Open Data, URI, W3C, RDF, SPARQL

May

NetworkWorld
31 May
EFF blasts proposed DRM features in HTML5, Jon GoldHTML5, W3C, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
Computer Business Review
31 May
EFF warns HTML5 webpage locks may strangle innovation, HTML5, W3C, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions
TechRadar Pro
31 May
W3C chief calls for tighter control over cloud standards, Kane FultonJeff Jaffe, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Le Monde Technologies
31 May
Vers des protections contre la copie dans les pages Web ? (Towards protection against copying in Web pages?), HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
DMorgen.be
31 May
Privacywaakhond tegen kopieerbeveiliging in nieuwe webstandaard (Privacy Watchdog against copy protection into new Web standard), W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
ZDNet
31 May
Evening prime time shifts from TV to online: Cisco, Spandas LuiW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
SD Times
30 May
The SD Times 100: ‘Best in Show’ in Software Development , W3C
Heise online
30 May
US-Bürgerrechtler beschweren sich über DRM in HTML5 (U.S. civil rights activists complain about DRM in HTML5), Daniel BergerHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
BBC News Technology
30 May
HTML5 webpage locks 'would stifle innovation', HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C, Jeff Jaffe
Spiegel Online
30 May
HTML5: Bürgerrechtler gegen Kopierschutz im neuen Webstandart (HTML5: civil rights activists against copyright protection in the new Web Standard), HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Numerama
30 May
HTML5 : l'EFF se dresse contre les DRM en déposant une objection formelle (HTML5: EFF stands against DRM by filing a formal objection), Julien L.W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Good E-Reader
30 May
EPUB3 Still Not Ready for the Prime Time, Michael KozlowskiW3C, HTML5
Yahoo! Finance
30 May
W3C Boss Says Cloud Standards Have Resulted in "Confused Patchwork Design", W3C, Jeff Jaffe, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5
Electronic Frontier Foundation
30 May
EFF's Formal Objection to the HTML WG Draft Charter, HTML, HTML Working Group, W3C, HTML5, HTTP, Encrypted Media Extensions
The Register
30 May
EFF files objections with W3C decrying addition of DRM to HTML5, Iain ThomsonW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
The H Open
30 May
EFF formally objects to W3C DRM proposal, DJ Walker-MorganW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML Working Group
Softpedia
30 May
The EFF Formally Objects to HTML5 DRM Standardization as a Member of the W3C, Lucian ParfeniHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
WWWhats’new
29 May
Microsoft lanza tour interactivo al Everest en HTML5 (Microsoft launches interactive tour Everest in HTML5), Juan Diego PoloHTML5
Geek
29 May
60 years after Hillary, Everest gets HTML5 site and BASE jump video, Sal CangelosoHTML5
PRNewswire
29 May
L'Alliance GENIVI s'allie au W3C en vue d'accélérer l'adoption de technologies du web au sein du secteur automobile (GENIVI Alliance Teams with W3C to Accelerate Adoption of Web Technologies in the Automotive Industry), W3C, HTML5, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, Jeff Jaffe
GNT
29 May
L'Alliance GENIVI s'allie au W3C en vue d'accélérer l'adoption de technologies du web au sein du secteur automobile (GENIVI Alliance Teams with W3C to Accelerate Adoption of Web Technologies in the Automotive Industry), W3C, HTML5, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, Jeff Jaffe
Boing Boing
29 May
EFF files formal objection against DRM's inclusion in HTML5, Cory DoctorowHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Digital Book World
29 May
Ebooks and the Open Web to Merge in the Future, Deanna UtroskeJeff Jaffe, W3C, CSS, accessibility, Digital Publishing Interest Group
PRNewswire
29 May
La GENIVI Alliance se asocia con el W3C para acelerar la adopción de tecnologías web en la industria de la automoción (The GENIVI Alliance associates with the W3C to accelerate the adoption of web technologies in the automotive industry), W3C, HTML5, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, Jeff Jaffe
Electronic Frontier Foundation
29 May
Why the HTML5 Standard Fight Matters, Danny O'BrienHTML5, HTML working group, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
The Wall Street Journal
29 May
GENIVI Alliance Teams with W3C to Accelerate Adoption of Web Technologies in the Automotive Industry, W3C, HTML5, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, Jeff Jaffe
Tizen Experts
29 May
GENIVI Alliance join W3C to speed up HTML5 API, W3C, Automotive and Web Platforms Business Group, HTML5
computerwoche.de
28 May
SAP präsentiert Apps auf Basis von HTML5 (SAP presents apps based on HTML5), Tobias WendehostHTML5
Zeit Online
28 May
Keon, das erste Firefox-Smartphone (Keon, the first Firefox Smartphone), Tobias KöltzschHTML5, CSS, W3C
betanews
24 May
Internet Explorer Q&A: The 'browser you loved to hate' is making a comeback, Wayne WilliamsHTML5, W3C, Pointer Events
The Register
24 May
Samsung, carriers tout first Tizen mobes for late 2013, Neil McAllisterHTML5, Content Security Policy, W3C, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux, Mobile Web Initiative
VentureBeat
23 May
Developers say open standards will win in the native v. web war, Jolie O'DellHTML5
Business Insider
20 May
The HTML5 Vs. Native Apps Battle Broken Down, Josh LugerHTML5, W3C, CSS
FOSS Patents
18 May
Google's FRAND-zero patent license for VP8 threatens to divide Web and FOSS communities, W3C, Patent Policy
SitePoint
17 May
Introducing the new HTML5 template Tag, Craig BucklerHTML5, DOM, W3C
L'Expansion
16 May
France Télévisions met le paquet sur les TV connectées et le second écran (France Télévisions goes all out for connected TV and the second screen), Web and TV
CNET
16 May
Google likes the look of Microsoft multitouch for Web, Stephen ShanklandPointer Events, W3C
PCWorld
16 May
NetChoice: California privacy bills are bad for Internet, Grant GrossW3C, Do Not Track
CNET
15 May
Microsoft building touch-screen feature into Chrome, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Pointer Events
.net magazine
15 May
HTML5’s ‘performance issue’ rubbished, Craig GrannellHTML5, W3C, Performance
Tom's hardware
14 May
Scientifiquement prouvé : le HTML5 consomme moins que le Flash (Scientifically proven: HTML5 consumes less power than Flash), David CiveraHTML5
Electronic Frontier Foundation
14 May
Do Not Track: Are Weak Protections Worse Than None At All?, Dan AuerbachDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
I Programmer
14 May
DRM In HTML - The Programmer's View, Mike JamesW3C, HTML, Encrypted Media Extensions
MacGeneration
13 May
Vidéo : le HTML5 vraiment plus économe que le Flash (Video: HTML5 really more economical than Flash), Anthony NelzinHTML5
Bloomberg BNA
13 May
Do Not Track Working Group Agrees to Press Toward Finish Line, Alexei AlexisW3C, Do Not Track
The Inquirer
13 May
W3C publishes draft HTML DRM specification amid growing opposition, Lawrence LatifW3C, HTML, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
TechWeekEurope
13 May
W3C Advances Controversial HTML5 Copyright Protection Plans, Matthew BroersmaW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe, HTML Working Group, Patent Policy
ZDNet
13 May
HTML5 steps closer to baked-in DRM support, Nick HeathHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
FayerWayer
12 May
W3C decide implementar DRM en HTML5 pese a la oposición (W3C decides to implement DRM in HTML5 despite opposition), Cony SturmW3C, HTML5, Jeff Jaffe, Encrypted Media Extensions
Hot Hardware
12 May
DRM Coming To HTML 5, W3C Confirms In Working Draft, Ray WillingtonHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
The H Open
11 May
W3C presses ahead with DRM interface in HTML5, Dj Walker-MorganW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe, Media Source Extensions, Web Cryptography API
Tweakers
10 May
W3C publiceert eerste draft voor drm in html5 (W3C publishes first draft for DRM in HTML5), Olaf van MiltenburgW3C, HTML5, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
Heise online
10 May
HTML5: W3C hält an DRM-Schnittstelle fest (HTML5: W3C maintains DRM interface), Herbert BraunHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe, Media Source Extensions, Web Cryptography API
InfoWorld
10 May
DRM sinks its fangs into HTML5, with help from Netflix, Google, and Microsoft, Robert X. CringelyHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
Ars Technica
10 May
DRM in HTML5 is a victory for the open Web, not a defeat, Peter Bright HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
The Register
10 May
World Web Consortium warms HTML bed for forced DRM snuggle, Gavin ClarkeW3C, HTML, Jeff Jaffe, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
Developpez.com
10 May
"Encrypted Media Extensions" passe au statut d'ébauche publique ("Encrypted Media Extensions" released as public draft), Romaric HinaultEncrypted Media Extensions, W3C, HTML5, Jeff Jaffe
Numerama
10 May
Le W3C reste déterminé à intégrer des DRM dans le HTML5 (W3C remains committed to integrating DRM in HTML5), Julien L.W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe
TechCrunch
9 May
Mozilla Starts Doling Out Phones To Developers With Brilliant HTML5 App Ideas, Chris VelazcoHTML5
CNET
9 May
W3C proceeds with Web video encryption despite opposition, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Jeff Jaffe, HTML Working Group, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5
OpenStreetMap Blog
7 May
OpenStreetMap launches all-new easy map editor and announces funding appeal, HTML5
Online Media Daily
6 May
IAB Releases HTML5 Guidelines For Digital Ads, Mark WalshHTML5
TechCrunch
6 May
Adobe’s Flash Professional Gets Improved Support For HTML5 Publishing, Real-Time Mobile Testing And A New Code Editor, Frederic LardinoisHTML5
Adweek
6 May
What Exactly Does 'Do Not Track' Mean?, Katy BachmanW3C, Do Not Track
IT World Canada
6 May
Landmark Web anniversary passes quietly, Howard SalomonW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML, Encrypted Media Extensions
Forbes
5 May
It's Time for Developers to Create Their Own Vocabularies, Simon St. LaurentHTML, W3C, CSS, DOM, WAI-ARIA, accessibility, HTML5, XML, Responsive Images Community Group
April
4 May
Le W3C récompensé par l'« Oscar » du meilleur rôle de soutien dans « Le Hollyweb » (W3C awarded the "Oscar" for best supporting role in "The Hollyweb"), Frederic CouchetW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Les Echos.fr
3 May
Le Web sémantique : le futur levier de croissance de l’e-business (The Semantic Web: the future growth driver of e-business), Pierre MatuchetSemantic Web, W3C
ExtremeTech
3 May
Epic & Mozilla release Unreal Engine 3 HTML5 demo to the public, and it’s awesome, Sebastian AnthonyHTML5
Ars Technica
3 May
HTML5 Epic Citadel demo shows the power of WebGL in the browser, Kyle OrlandHTML5
The Register
3 May
Look ma, no plugins! Streaming web video with just JavaScript, Neil McAllisterHTML5, W3C
Écrans
3 May
Il y a 20 ans naissait le web libre et ouvert (20 years ago the free and open Web was born), Camille Gévaudan, Klervi DrouglazetHTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
E & T Magazine
3 May
W3C defines standard for provenance of data online, Anna VegaW3C, Provenance working group, PROV
Numerama
3 May
La journée mondiale 2013 contre les DRM, c'est aujourd'hui (The 2013 World Day against DRM is today), Julien L.HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Témoignages
3 May
20e anniversaire du World Wide Web (20th anniversary of the World Wide Web), Manuel MarchalTim Berners-Lee, HTTP, HTML, W3C
ITWire.com
3 May
FSF campaigns against standardisation of DRM, Sam VargheseW3C, HTML5
NPR
2 May
'The Single Most Valuable Document In The History Of The World Wide Web', Jacob Goldstein
Semanticweb.com
2 May
It’s Time To Get Formal With Linked Data, Jennifer ZainoLinked Data, W3C, Linked Data Platform Working Group, Tim Berners-Lee, Semantic Web, RDF, HTTP, HTML
Free Software Foundation
2 May
The W3C's Soul at Stake, Richard M. StallmanW3C, HTML
Developer Tech
2 May
Codassium offers real-time “brogramming” with WebRTC, Ryan DawsWebRTC, W3C
SD Times
1 May
HTML5: Why you should use frameworks for Web apps , David Rubinstein HTML5, W3C, Michael Smith, HTML Working Group, Web Applications Working Group, Tobie Langel, Web Performance Working Group, Philippe Le Hégaret, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux, W3C Community Groups
.net magazine
1 May
Hot in web standards: March/April 2013, Lea VerouW3C, CSS, SVG, HTML, WebApps, accessibility, ARIA
Times of Malta
1 May
Is the future of the World Wide Web secure?, Fr Joe BorgTim Berners-Lee, W3C
University of Southampton | Electronics and Computer Science
1 May
First standard for provenance of information on the Web published, W3C, PROV, Provenance Working Group, Semantic Web, Tim Berners-Lee

April

CNET
30 April
First-ever Web site is brought back to life, Andrew NuscaTim Berners-Lee, URL, W3C
ZDNet
30 April
First-ever website is back online, Andrew NuscaTim Berners-Lee, URL, W3C
Die Welt
30 April
Der Anfang des Internets vor 20 Jahren war zäh (The beginning of the Internet 20 years ago was tough), Peter ZschunkeHTML, HTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
Stuttgarter Zeitung
30 April
Happy Birthday Internet!, HTML, HTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
RP Online
30 April
Das World Wide Web wird 20 Jahre alt (The World Wide Web is 20 years old), HTML, HTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
TageBlatt.de
30 April
Daten, Informationen, Menschen - seit 20 Jahren im World Wide Web (Data, information, people - for 20 years on World Wide Web), HTML, HTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
Adweek
30 April
Do Not Track Framework Doc Stirs Controversy Ahead of W3C Meeting, Katy BachmanW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
The Guardian Apps Blog
29 April
Financial Times: 'There is no drawback to working in HTML5', Stuart DredgeHTML5
TechCrunch
29 April
OpenStreetMap Makes It Easier To Suggest Corrections, New HTML5-Based Editor Coming Later This Year, Frederic LardinoisHTML5
L'essentiel Online
29 April
«Jede Webseite kann ein Computer sein» («Every website can be a computer »), Tim Berners-Lee, HTML, HTTP, W3C, HTML5
SWR.de
29 April
Die Welt ging online - die Hacker auch (The world went online - the hacker also), Anne GörlerTim Berners-Lee, HTML, URL, W3C
Format.at
29 April
World Wide Web wird morgen 20 Jahre alt (World Wide Web is 20 years old tomorrow), HTML, HTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
Wirtschafts Blatt
29 April
20 Jahre Internet: Geschichte einer Revolution (20 Years of Internet: History of a Revolution), Peter ZschunkeHTML, HTTP, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
ITespresso.fr
29 April
DRM : vers un veto du W3C sur la spécification EME ? (DRM: towards a veto on the EME W3C specification?), W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Silicon.fr
29 April
DRM : le W3C va-t-il rejeter la spécification EME ? (DRM: will the W3C reject the EME specification?), Ariane BekyW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Developpez.com
26 April
« Le support des DRM dans HTML5 est une trahison des internautes » 27 organisations s'opposent au projet du W3C ("The DRM support in HTML5 is a betrayal of the Internet" 27 organizations oppose the W3C project), HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
20minutes.fr
26 April
Le Web libre se mobilise contre l'arrivée des DRM dans le HTML5 (Free Web rallies against the arrival of DRM in HTML5), W3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), Tim Berners-Lee
Golem.de
26 April
HTML5 bald Defective by Design? (HTML5 soon Defective by Design?), Jens IhlenfeldHTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Media Source Extensions, Web Cryptography API
Heise open
26 April
Free Software Foundation kämpft gegen HTML5-DRM (Free Software Foundation fights HTML5 DRM), Herbert BraunHTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
.net magazine
26 April
Getting started with HTML5, Matt WestHTML5, CSS, W3C validator
PCactual
26 April
Movimiento en Internet contra la protección DRM (Internet Movement against DRM), W3C, HTML, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
LinuxFr.org
25 April
Internet : Une coalition de 27 organisations demande au W3C de garder les DRM hors du Web (Internet: A coalition of 27 organizations asked the W3C to keep DRM off the web), Frederic CouchetW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
Boing Boing
25 April
EFF, FSF, Creative Commons and many others ask W3C to reject DRM conspiracy, Cory DoctorowW3C, HTML, Encrypted Media Extensions
The Houstonian
25 April
DRM framework for HTML5 may restrict playback of copyrighted web content, Christian VazquezHTML5, HTML, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Numerama
25 April
Levée de boucliers contre l'arrivée des DRM au sein du HTML5 (Outcry against the arrival of DRM in HTML5), HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Tim Berners-Lee
Boing Boing
25 April
Debunking the HTML5 DRM myths, Cory DoctorowHTML5, W3C, Extended Media Extensions
PC INpact
25 April
DRM : 27 organisations demandent au W3C de rejeter le futur standard EME (DRM: 27 organizations asking the W3C to reject the future standard EME), Vincent HermannW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
Webmonkey | Wired.com
25 April
Experimental CSS Shaders Bring Photoshop Filters to the Web, Scott GilbertsonCSS, CSS Shaders, W3C
The Register
25 April
Internet freedom groups urge W3C to keep DRM out of HTML, Neil McAllisterW3C, HTML, Tim Berners-Lee, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
A List Apart
25 April
Digital Publishing and the Web, Ivan HermanHTML, CSS, SVG, HTML5, WOFF, internationalization
CNET
25 April
Free Software Foundation attacks DRM in HTML video, Stephen ShanklandHTML, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
ZDNet
25 April
The fight for HTML5: 'Keep DRM out' lobby steps up standards battle, Nick HeathW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), Tim Berners-Lee, HTML Working Group
TechCrunch
24 April
Flash Takes Another Step Towards Death As Unity Drops Support, Greg KumparakHTML5, W3C
Advertising Age digital
24 April
Sen. Jay Rockefeller Blasts Ad Industry In Senate Hearing Over Do Not Track, Kate KayeDo Not Track, W3C, Tracking Protection Working Group
I Programmer
24 April
MS Donates 400 Pages to Web Documentation Project, Kay EwbankWeb Platform Docs, W3C, Doug Schepers, HTML
Wired.com
24 April
How to Prevent the ‘Do Not Track’ Arms Race, Peter SwireDo Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group, W3C, HTML
Free Software Foundation
24 April
International coalition of Internet freedom organizations urges W3C to reject Encrypted Media Extensions, a proposal to build Digital Restrictions Management into the Web, Zak RogoffW3C, HTML, Encrypted Media Extensions
April
24 April
Une coalition de vingt-sept organisations demande au W3C de garder les menottes numériques (DRM) hors des standards du Web (A coalition of twenty-seven organizations asked the W3C to keep digital handcuffs (DRM) outside of Web standards), W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
Multichannel
23 April
Senate Tees Up 'Do Not Track' Oversight, John EggertonDo Not Track, W3C
Adweek
22 April
Digital Ad Biz to Defend Self-Regulation at Do Not Track Hearing, Katy BachmanDo Not Track, W3C
Bloomberg BNA
22 April
FTC's Ramirez Says W3C Efforts Are Last Hope for Do Not Track Tool, David McAuley, Katie W. JohnsonW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Interoperability @ microsoft
19 April
Microsoft Donates JavaScript Materials to Web Platform Docs, Mark GaylerWeb Platform Docs, W3C
Developpez.com
19 April
La FSF proteste contre l'ajout d'une API pour la DRM à HTML5 par le W3C (FSF protests against the W3C adding an API for DRM in HTML5), HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
SitePoint
19 April
RIP HTML5 <hgroup> Element, Craig BucklerHTML5
Heise online
18 April
IETF: Die "Internetmacher" zwischen offener Innovation und Netzlast-Begrenzern (IETF: The "Internet maker" between open innovation and network load restrictors), Jürgen KuriW3C
FayerWayer
18 April
LinkedIn da la espalda al desarrollo de sus apps móviles en HTML5 (LinkedIn backs onto the development of their mobile apps in HTML5), Manu ContrerasHTML5
The Wall Street Journal
18 April
mobiLead Joins World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to Promote the Web of Things, W3C, NFC Working Group, Dave Raggett, XML, VoiceXML, SVG, HTML5
Siliconrepublic.com
17 April
Ahead of Hemlock Grove debut Friday, Netflix sounds the death knell for Silverlight, Elaine BurkeHTML5, W3C
VentureBeat
17 April
Why LinkedIn dumped HTML5 & went native for its mobile apps, Jolie O'DellHTML5
InfoWorld
16 April
Netflix set to abandon Silverlight but introduce DRM for Web video, Serdar YegulalpHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Media Source Extensions, Web Cryptography API
I Programmer
16 April
JSON Linked Data, Kay EwbankLinked Data, W3C, RDF Working Group, JSON-LD (JavaScript Object Notation for Linking Data), HTTP, RDF
Webmonkey | Wired.com
16 April
Netflix Plans to Ditch Silverlight for HTML5, Scott GilbertsonHTML5, W3C, Media Source Extensions, Web Cryptography API, Encrypted Media Extensions
FayerWayer
16 April
Netflix afirma que eventualmente se cambiará de Silverlight a HTML5 (Netflix says that eventually it will change Silverlight to HTML5), Esteban ZamoranoHTML5, W3C
The Register
16 April
Netflix plotting move to HTML5 video - but only if DRM works, Neil McAllisterHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Web Cryptography API
Digital TV Europe
16 April
Netflix plans to drop Silverlight, move to HTML5, HTML5
The Verge
16 April
Netflix plans its move from Microsoft Silverlight to HTML5 video, Bryan BishopHTML5, W3C
Adobe Digital Media Blog
16 April
The Changing Web Platform Landscape: More Fragmentation?, Vincent HardyHTML, CSS, W3C, WOFF, Testing
Creanum
16 April
Netflix mise tout sur le HTML5 (Netflix bets all on HTML5), Émilien ErcolaniHTML5, W3C
Ars Technica
16 April
Netflix coming to HTML5 just as soon as the DRM ducks are in a row, Peter Bright HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Engadget
15 April
Netflix will switch from Silverlight to HTML5, explains what it's waiting for first , Richard LawlerHTML5, W3C, Web Cryptography API
CNET
15 April
Netflix plans to dump Silverlight for HTML5 streaming, Steven MusilHTML5, W3C
Gizmodo
15 April
Thanks to HTML5, Streaming Movies on Netflix Might Suck Less, Casey ChanHTML5
Business Insider
15 April
BII REPORT: How Native Apps Still Reign Supreme Over HTML5, HTML5
Graphemeride
15 April
Fabien Gandon - Le Web Sémantique, Fabien Gandonweb sémantique, W3C, URL, Open Data
TechCrunch
15 April
Netflix Moves To Samsung ARM-Based Chromebooks, Thanks To Premium Video Extensions In HTML5, Ryan LawlerHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, Web Cryptography API, HTTP
VentureBeat
15 April
Netflix plans first steps to move from Silverlight to HTML5, Dylan TweneyHTML5, W3C, HTTP, Encrypted Media Extensions, Web Cryptography API
Netflix Tech Blog
15 April
HTML5 Video at Netflix, Anthony Park and Mark WatsonHTML5, W3C, HTTP, Encrypted Media Extensions, Web Cryptography API
tom's hardware
12 April
Intel Launches HTML5 App Development Platform, Kevin ParrishHTML5, W3C
Engadget
11 April
China UnionPay and Intel join forces for secure mobile payment, Richard LaiNFC, HTML5, W3C
.net magazine
11 April
Bruce Lawson: web platform needs payments and DRM, Craig GrannellW3C Geolocation API, Web Payments
Creative Commons
11 April
DRM in HTML5 Is a Bad Idea, Dan MillsW3C, HTML5
Webmonkey | Wired.com
11 April
W3C Drops 'hgroup' Tag From HTML5 Spec, Scott GilbertsonW3C, HTML5, CSS
VMware Zimbra Blog
10 April
The Future of the Zimbra Offline Experience, Jing ToHTML5, HTML
Tools Journal
9 April
HTML5 Powers Next Release Of Zimbra Directed Towards Uniform UX, Ritu SaxenaHTML5
U.S. Department of State
9 April
Keynote Address at U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum, Robert D. HormatsW3C
Nieuws bank
9 April
Daimler IT honored with the first ever "European Data Innovator Award", Linked Data, W3C, Semantic Web
PCWorld
8 April
Zimbra to make HTML5 push in next version, Juan Carlos PerezHTML5, HTML
ZDNet
5 April
Flash: Back from the dead again?, Simon BissonHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
Spiegel Online
5 April
DRM in HTML5: Protestpetition gegen Kopierschutz im Browser (DRM in HTML5: Protest Petition against copy in browser), Eva HuberEncrypted Media Extensions (EME), W3C, HTML5
ITespresso.fr
4 April
Vidéo David Rousset – Microsoft : « Les développeurs doivent appréhender le HTML 5″ (Microsoft's David Rousset video: Developers and HTML5), Philippe GuerrierHTML5, W3C
TechCrunch
4 April
Mozilla Moves Ahead With Its Plans For A Common Web API For Payments, Frederic LardinoisW3C, Web Payments
Engadget
4 April
Chrome 27 beta wrings out more speed, streamlines HTML5 input, Jon FingasHTML5, Web Audio API
TechCrunch
4 April
Chrome 27 Beta Lets You Browse 5% Faster, Introduces New HTML5 Date And Time Input Forms, Frederic LardinoisHTML5, Web Audio API, WebRTCT
The Next Web
4 April
Google debuts Chrome 27 beta with 5% faster page loads, new HTML5 forms and APIs, updated DevTools, and more, Emil ProtalinskiHTML5, Web Audio API, WebRTC
Netzpolitik.org
4 April
Petition: Hollyweb, W3C und Lobbyisten für “Digital Rights Management” im HTML5-Standard (Petition: Hollyweb, W3C and lobbyists for "Digital Rights Management" in the HTML5 standard), Mirko BoehmW3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee
FinanzNachrichten.de
3 April
Fujitsu and DERI Revolutionize Access to Open Data by Jointly Developing Technology for Linked Open Data, RDF, W3C, Linked Data, SPARQL, Linked Open Data, Semantic Web
Publishers Weekly
3 April
Program and Speakers Announced for Digital Book 2013, Jeff Jaffe, W3C
Inspired Magazine
3 April
Moving from Flash to HTML5 the easy way, Catalin ZorziniHTML5, HTML, CSS
Le Monde Informatique
3 April
Mozilla pousse le HTML5 sur les terminaux mobiles (Mozilla pushes HTML5 on mobile devices), HTML5
Advertising Age blogs
2 April
Relax, Mozilla's Move Will Not Break the Ad-Supported Internet, Pam HoranW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do Not Track
Meritora
2 April
Meritora Launches, W3C, Web Payments
TechCrunch
2 April
Firefox 20 Launches With Improved Private Browsing, New Download Manager And More WebRTC And HTML5 Features, Frederic LardinoisWebRTC, HTML5
CNET
1 April
Startup hopes Web tech will mean faster foothold for IM, Stephan ShanklandW3C, HTML5, WebRTC
TechCrunch
1 April
Famo.us, The Framework For Fast And Beautiful HTML5 Apps, Will Be Free Thanks To “Huge Hardware Vendor Interest”, Greg KumparakHTML5, DOM
GigaOM
1 April
HTML5 lovers rejoice: Famo.us to make its platform free for developers, Om MalikHTML5
Forbes
1 April
Famo.us Pushes The Physics Of Searchable HTML5 Into A Whole New Universe, Anthony Wing KosnerHTML5, DOM
Access iQ
1 April
The great eBook format war: the headaches and the solutions, Scott HollierW3C, HTML5, CSS3, W3C, SVG, XML, XSLT, XSL-FO, PNG, RDF

March

CNET
29 March
Google, Nokia face off in video codec dispute, Stephen ShanklandWebRTC, W3C, PNG
Heute.de
29 March
Firefox legt sich mit Online-Werbern an (Firefox messes with online advertisers), Alfred KrügerW3C
Advertising Age dataworks
29 March
World Wide Internet Group Gets Lost In Weeds As It Tries to Define 'Do Not Track', Kate KayeW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Protection Working Group
Silicon India News
29 March
15 Iconic People Who Changed Internet, HTTP, CSS, Tim Berners-Lee, Bert Bos, accessibility, HTML, XHTML, XML, SVG
Heute.de
29 March
Videochats: Kampf um das bessere Format (Video chats: Fight for the better format), Alfred KrügerWebRTC, W3C
Le Journal du Geek
28 March
Le moteur Unreal Engine 3 pour Firefox, HTML5
Webmonkey | Wired.com
28 March
Mozilla, Epic Bring Unreal 3 Gaming Engine to the Web, Scott GilbertsonHTML5
golem.de
28 March
Unreal Engine läuft nativ im Browser (Unreal Engine runs natively in the browser), Peter Steinlechner, Jens IhlenfeldHTML5
Ars Technica
27 March
Hands-on with Mozilla’s Web-based “Firefox OS” for smartphones, Timothy B. LeeHTML5, W3C, battery status API
eldiario.es
25 March
DRM en HTML: la guerra por poseer la Web (DRM in HTML: war for possessing the Web), Alan LazaldeHTML, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
LinuxFr.org
25 March
Internet : Dites au W3C : nous ne voulons pas d'un Hollyweb (Internet: Tell the W3C: we do not want a Hollyweb), Lionel AllorgeW3C, HTML5
ActuaLitté
24 March
Pétition contre la présence de DRM dans l'HTML5 (Petition against the presence of DRM in HTML5), Clément SolymHTML5, W3C
April
23 March
Dites au W3C : nous ne voulons pas d'un Hollyweb (Tell W3C: We don't want the Hollyweb), HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C
April
23 March
Tell W3C: We don't want the Hollyweb, W3C, HTML5
01net.
22 March
Au sein du W3C, Google et Microsoft travaillent à faire des DRM un standard du Web (Within the W3C, Google and Microsoft are working to make DRM a Web standard), Pierre FontaineW3C, HTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
Developpez.com
22 March
Passage de SPARQL 1.1 au statut de recommandation W3C, SPARQL, W3C, RDF
Framablog
22 March
Mobilisons-nous ! Pas de DRM dans le HTML5 et les standards W3C (Let's engage! No DRM in HTML5 and W3C standards), HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
01net.
22 March
Au sein du W3C, Google et Microsoft travaillent à faire des DRM un standard du Web (Within the W3C, Google and Microsoft are working to make DRM a standard Web), Pierre FontaineW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
Punto Informatico
21 March
Finalmente il decreto per l'accessibilità della PA (Finally, the decree for the accessibility of Public Administration), Mauro Vecchioaccessibilità, accessibility, W3C WCAG 2.0
Webmonkey | Wired.com
21 March
WebRTC Is Hard, Let’s Go Demoing, Scott GilbertsonWebRTC, W3C
BoingBoing
21 March
EFF blasts plans to build DRM into HTML5, Cory DoctorowHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C
Heise online
21 March
Streit um DRM in HTML5 (Controversy over DRM in HTML5), Martin Holland, Stefan KremplHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C
Business Insider
21 March
HTML5 vs. Apps: Where The Debate Stands Now, And Why It Matters, HTML5
Corriere delle Comunicazioni
20 March
Profumo, ora accessibili i siti Web della PA (Profumo, now accessible Public Administration Web sites), accessibilità, accessibility, W3C WCAG 2.0
La Repubblica.it
20 March
"Siti della PA accessibili ai disabili": Profumo firma il decreto per l'innovazione ("Sites of Public Administation Accessible" Profumo signed the decree for innovation), accessibilità, accessibility, W3C WCAG 2.0
BoingBoing
20 March
HTML5's overseer says DRM's true purpose is to prevent legal forms of innovation, Cory DoctorowHTML5, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Electronic Frontier Foundation
20 March
Defend the Open Web: Keep DRM Out of W3C Standards, enW3C, HTML5, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTTP
Orange News
19 March
Web Inventor Tim Berners Lee Shares £1m Prize, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Openweb.eu.org
19 March
HTML5, AOL et Gandhi (HTML5, AOL and Gandhi), Tristan NitotHTML5, Mobile Web
HTML5 Doctor
19 March
Interview with Steve Faulkner: HTML5 editor and new doctor, Bruce LawsonHTML5, W3C, HTML Working Group, HTML accessibility task force, accessibility, Canvas 2d context
A List Apart
19 March
The Web on Mobile and Beyond, Dominique Hazaël-MassieuxW3C, Mobile Web Initiative, HTML5, CSS
I Programmer
18 March
Queen Elizabeth Prize For Engineering Recognizes Internet and Web, Sue GeeTim Berners-Lee, W3C
BBC News Science and Environment
18 March
Berners-Lee wins engineering prize for world wide web, Pallab GhoshTim Berners-Lee
BBC News Science and Environment
18 March
Internet pioneers win engineering prize, Tim Berners-Lee
Telefónica Digital Hub
17 March
HTML5, AOL and Gandhi, Tristan NitotHTML5, Mobile Web
LinuxFr.org
15 March
Journal : DRM et Web ouvert : le drame shakespearien du W3C (Journal: DRM and open web: the W3C Shakespearean drama), W3C, HTML5
ActuaLitté
15 March
Des DRM dans l'HTML5 : faut-il pousser l'hérésie plus loin encore ? (a French translation of Cory Doctorow's "What I wish Tim Berners-Lee understood about DRM"), HTML5, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Muktware
15 March
HTML5 DRM comes to all Chrome OS devices, Swapnil BhartiyaHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions
CMS Wire
14 March
Notes from #SXSWi: Lessons from the Creator of the WWW Not Named Al Gore, Stephen FishmanHTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML, CSS
InformationWeek
14 March
HTML5 Can Solve BYOD App Mess, Sencha Bets, Michael EndlerHTML5, WebRTC
Forbes
13 March
Tim Berners-Lee Explains The Necessity Of Open Web Standards, J.J. ColaoTim Berners-Lee, HTML, HTTP, W3C, HTML5
BoingBoing
12 March
Why Tim Berners-Lee is wrong about DRM in HTML5, Cory DoctorowTim Berners-Lee, HTML, W3C
Marketplace Tech
12 March
Internet creator Tim Berners-Lee: Copyright Alert System is bad for democracy, David BrancaccioTim Berners-Lee
The Guardian Technology Blog
12 March
What I wish Tim Berners-Lee understood about DRM, Cory DoctorowTim Berners-Lee, HTML, W3C, HTML5
Engadget
11 March
Samsung's ARM-based Chromebook now supports Netflix courtesy of HTML5 streaming, Donald MelansonHTML5
Washington Post | Ideas@Innovation
11 March
Tim Berners-Lee on the making of new worlds, Emi KolawoleTim Berners-Lee, W3C, HTML5
Business Insider
10 March
HTML5 vs. Apps: Here's Why The Debate Matters, And Who Will Win, HTML5
Good E-Reader
10 March
The Future of Digital Publishing – The Synergy between HTML5 and EPUB 3, Michael KozlowskiHTML5, XML, XHTML, CSS3, MathML, SVG, W3C
BoingBoing
10 March
Tim Berners-Lee: The Web needs to stay open, and Gopher's still not cool., Rob PegoraroTim Berners-Lee, HTML, W3C, WebPlatform.org
FOSS Patents
8 March
Patent clouds remain over VP8: Google points to FRAND option, Nokia alleges infringement in court, W3C, Patent Policy, SVG
ZDNet
8 March
Browser touch support: Microsoft's magic tablet ingredient, Simon BissonPointer Events, W3C
Politico
8 March
Ramirez keynote driving the day - Cyber back at center stage on Hill - Cellphone unlocking bills fly - Who might be the next FCC chief?, Alex ByersW3C, Do Not Track
Heise online
6 March
Formatkrieg beim Videochat (Format war in video chat), Ben SchwanW3C, WebRTC
MediaPost Daily Online Examiner
6 March
W3C Faces New Challenge On Do-Not-Track, Wendy DavisW3C, Tracking Protection Working Group, Do Not Track
A List Apart
5 March
W3C is Getting Some Work Done, Ian JacobsW3C, CSS, WebPlatform.org, HTML5, SVG
Clubic
5 March
Interview W3C : retour sur les enjeux de WebRTC (Interview with W3C feedback on the stakes of WebRTC), Guillaume BelfioreW3C, WebRTC, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux
threatpost
4 March
Browsers Standing Up For User Privacy, Michael MimosoDo Not Track, W3C, HTTP
The H Developer
2 March
Web Standards Project closes down, DJ Walker-MorganW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Webplatform.org
Geek
1 March
Unless you use Firefox, HTML5 LocalStorage can completely fill your hard drive, Lee MatthewsHTML5, W3C, LocalStorage
Webmonkey | Wired.com
1 March
W3Conf Videos Showcase the Latest in Web Standards, Scott GilbertsonW3C, W3Conf, Lea Verou, CSS
ZDNet.de
1 March
W3C-Chef: E-Books und Web wachsen zusammen (W3C Chief: e-books and web to grow together), Florian KalendaW3C, Jeff Jaffe, XHTML, HTML, CSS, SVG, HTML5
CNN
1 March
Figuring out the future of online privacy, Heather KellyDo No Track, W3C

February

CNET
28 February
Coming to an e-book or car near you: the Web, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Jeff Jaffe, XHTML, HTML, CSS, SVG, HTML5
MIT Technology Review
27 February
Facebook Nudges Users to Catalog the Real World, Tom SimoniteW3C, RDFa
IEBlog
27 February
Learning more about Pointer Events as the W3C publishes Last Call Working Draft, Jacob RossiPointer Events, W3C
Japan Today
26 February
KDDI to release Mozilla's Firefox OS phone in Japan, HTML5, W3C
ProgrammableWeb
26 February
New W3C Group Focuses on Automotive Web Platforms and Vehicle Data API Specifications, Janet WagnerW3C, Business Group
ZDNet
25 February
Firefox raises the online privacy bar with new cookie policy, Ed BottDo Not Track, HTTP, W3C
ZDNet
25 February
Now your car is online, too: W3C to plug vehicles into the next generation of apps, Nick HeathW3C, Business Group, Ian Jacobs
Silicon.fr
25 February
Automotive and Web Platform Business Group : le W3C et l’automobile (Automotive and Web Platform Business Group: W3C and the automobile), Yves GrandmontagneW3C, Business Group
engadget
24 February
Mozilla, AT&T and Ericsson team up to help you make calls from your browser, sans-plugin, Brian HeaterWebRTC
WebTimeMedias
22 February
W3C : un nouveau "business group" pour intégrer le Web à l'automobile (W3C: a new "business group" to integrate the Web to automotive), Jean-Pierre LargilletW3C, Business Group, HTML5
Programmez!
22 February
Un groupe W3C pour intégrer le Web aux véhicules (A W3C group to integrate the Web to vehicles), Frédéric MazuéW3C, Business Group, HTML5
ZDNet.fr
22 February
Le W3C veut standardiser les technologies Web pour l’automobile (W3C wants to standardize Web technologies for automotive), W3C, Business Group, HTML5
Services Mobiles
21 February
Coup d'accélérateur à l'adoption des technologies Web (html5) dans l'industrie automobile (Boost to the adoption of Web technologies (html5) in the automotive industry), W3C, Business Group, HTML5
Wired UK
17 February
BBC supports attempt to sneak DRM into HTML5, Duncan GeereHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C
BoingBoing
16 February
BBC betrays the public, demands DRM for HTML5, Cory DoctorowW3C, HTML5
ebook Reader and Digital Publishing News
16 February
The BBC Petitions the W3C to Implement DRM for HTML5, Michael KozlowskiW3C, HTML5
MacGeneration
15 February
HTML5 : le W3C planche sur la protection anticopie de vidéos (HTML5: W3C is working on the copy protection for video), Stéphane MoussieW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5
Webmonkey | Wired.com
15 February
Interview | Lea Verou on Why Web Standards Matter and How You Can Help, Scott GilbertsonLea Verou, W3C, CSS, SVG, HTML
land.lu
15 February
Au secours, 
le DRM revient, Jean Lasar
HTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions
PC INpact
14 February
Premier brouillon du W3C sur une technologie de gestion des DRM (First draft of a W3C management of DRM technology), Vincent HermannW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML5, Philippe Le Hégaret
TechCrunch
14 February
After 25 Titles & 5M+ Installs, Game Closure Goes Public, Open Source With Its HTML5 Game Development Kit, Rip EmpsonHTML5, W3C, Canvas 2D
PCWorld.fr
14 February
Le W3C au travail sur les DRM pour le HTML (W3C at work on DRM for HTML), Mathieu ChartierW3C, HTML5, Philippe Le Hégaret, Encrypted Media Extensions
Enhance Online News
14 February
IEEE Standards Association and W3C “Open Future Series” Champions More Collaborative, Interconnected Future During SXSW 2013, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Web Platform Docs, Wendy Seltzer, Open Stand
Webmonkey | Wired.com
14 February
Improve Your Website’s Accessibility With the W3C’s ‘Guide to Using ARIA’, Scott GilbertsonAccessibility, W3C, ARIA
Tweakers
13 February
W3C overweegt drm in html-standaard (W3C is considering DRM standard in html), Joost SchellevisW3C, HTML
tom's hardware (Italian)
13 February
DRM via HTML, per blindare anche i browser e i video online (DRM via HTML, ways to lock down the browser and videos too), Valerio PorcuW3C, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML
CNET
13 February
Do Not Track browser standard: Back on the rails, Stephen ShanklandDo Not Track, W3C
Clubic
13 February
W3C : un premier brouillon pour la prise en charge des DRM sur HTML (W3C: a first draft to support DRM in HTML), Guillaume BelfioreW3C, HTML5, Philippe Le Hégaret, Encrypted Media Extensions
Clubic
12 February
Standards du Web : les développeurs devront cesser de privilégier WebKit (Web Standards: developers will need to stop focusing on WebKit), Guillaume BelfioreW3C
ZDNet
12 February
PayPal, Lenovo spearhead effort to kill passwords, John FontanaW3C, Security
Openweb.eu.org
12 February
Mieux comprendre l’écosystème autour du développement de HTML (Better understand the ecosystem around the development of HTML), Karl Dubost, Jeremie PatonnierW3C, HTML5, Tim Berners-Lee, XHTML, XForms, ARIA, SVG
Engadget
12 February
W3C to explore a proposal bringing DRM hooks to HTML, Jon FingasW3C, HTML Working Group, Philippe Le Hegaret, Encrypted Media Extensions
Engadget en español
12 February
El W3C decide incluir opciones de DRM en HTML (W3C decides to include DRM options in HTML), Jose AndradeW3C, HTML, Encrypted Media Extensions, HTML Working Group
Webmonkey | Wired.com
12 February
DRM for the Web? Say It Ain’t So, Scott GilbertsonHTML, W3C, HTML Working Group, Encrypted Media Extensions
A List Apart
11 February
W3C in the Wild, Doug Schepers, Ian JacobsW3C, CSS, Web Platform Docs, W3C Community Groups, Tim Berners-Lee
Interoperability @ microsoft
10 February
Happy Birthday XML!, Jean PaoliXML, W3C
WebRTC World
7 February
Google, Mozilla Demonstrate WebRTC with Video Chat in Browsers - How Will Microsoft React?, Christopher MohrWebRTC, W3C
semanticweb.com
7 February
W3C Publishes Second Edition of RIF Recommendation, Angela GuessW3C, Rule Interchange Format (RIF), Ivan Herman
TechCrunch Japan
6 February
グループビデオチャットのTenHandsがChromeのWebRTCで実装–プラグイン不要に (Real-Time Communications Platform TenHands Now Uses WebRTC On Chrome For Plugin-Free Video Chats), Frederic LardinoisWebRTC
ZDNet
6 February
Chrome and Firefox showcase video chat via WebRTC, Sam SheadWebRTC
Hacks.mozilla.or.kr
5 February
WebRTC, Firefox와 Chrome 상호 호환성 완료 (WebRTC, Firefox and Chrome completed interoperability), Channy YunWebRTC
cnBeta
5 February
[视频]掌微软的嘴 Google和Mozilla反击发布基于WebRTC的视频聊天演示视频 ([Video] Google and Mozilla fight back Microsoft, released video chat demo video based on WebRTC), WebRTC
PC INpact
5 February
Chrome et Firefox communiquent ensemble grâce à WebRTC (Chrome and Firefox communicate together through WebRTC), Vincent HermannWebRTC, W3C
Numerama
5 February
Google et Mozilla font communiquer Chrome et Firefox avec WebRTC (Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are communicating with WebRTC), Julien L.WebRTC, W3C
Presse Citron
5 February
Communiquer en vidéo entre Firefox et Chrome sans plugin grâce à WebRTC (Communicate between Firefox and Chrome video without plugin using WebRTC), WebRTC, W3C
GoogleWatchBlog
5 February
WebRTC: Google Chrome spricht mit Firefox (WebRTC: Google Chrome speaks with Firefox), WebRTC
Genbeta
5 February
Google y Mozilla hacen la primera llamada oficial entre sus navegadores usando WebRTC (Google and Mozilla made ​​the first official call from their browsers using WebRTC), Iván LassoWebRTC
TechCrunch
5 February
Real-Time Communications Platform TenHands Now Uses WebRTC On Chrome For Plugin-Free Video Chats, Frederic LardinoisWebRTC
The Register
5 February
Google, Mozilla, show off in-browser video chat, Simon SharwoodW3C, WebRTC
WebProNews
4 February
Mozilla, Google Bring WebRTC Interoperability To Firefox And Chrome, Zach WaltonWebRTC, W3C
The Verge
4 February
Google and Mozilla team up to demo WebRTC's cross-browser video chat, Kimber StreamsWebRTC
Engadget en español
4 February
Chrome y Firefox implementan las llamadas WebRTC en sus versiones beta (con video) (Chrome and Firefox now talking to each other through WebRTC chats (video)), Jose AndradeWebRTC
WWWhat-s new?
4 February
Firefox y Chrome trabajan juntos para permitir comunicación de gran calidad gracias a WebRTC (Firefox and Chrome work together to enable high quality communication through WebRTC), José HidalgoWebRTC
The Next Web
4 February
Google and Mozilla show off video chat between Chrome and Firefox thanks to WebRTC support, Emil ProtalinskiWebRTC, W3C
FayerWayer
4 February
Mozilla y Google se unen para dar soporte al estándar WebRTC para videollamadas (Mozilla and Google team up to support the WebRTC standard for video calling), Juan Pablo OyanedelWebRTC
Mozilla Hacks
4 February
Hello Chrome, it’s Firefox calling!, Serge Lachapelle, Maire Reavy, Robert NymanWebRTC, W3C
The Chromium Blog
4 February
Hello Firefox, this is Chrome calling!, Maire ReavyWebRTC, W3C
Engadget
4 February
Chrome and Firefox now talking to each other through WebRTC chats (video), Jon FingasWebRTC

January

The Age
30 January
Web inventor warns against data storage, Stephen HutcheonTim Berners-Lee
ZDNet
30 January
HTML5 'turns web pages into computers': Berners-Lee, Joe McKendrickTim Berners-Lee, HTML5
FierceCable
29 January
Comcast's thePlatform shifts focus to HTML5, Steve DonahueHTML5
Phys.org
29 January
World wide web creator sees open access future for academic publishing , Sunanda CreaghTim Berners-Lee, HTML5
I Programmer
29 January
W3C Draft For Device-Independent Input, Ian ElliotW3C, IndieUI: Events 1.0
ZDNet
25 January
Swipe, shake, CTRL Z? Web spec aims to end input overload, Nick HeathW3C, IndieUI: Events 1.0, accessibility
.net magazine
23 January
2012 into 2013: web standards in perspective, Chris MillsCSS, W3C, SVG, HTML, DOM, accessibility, HTML5, WebRTC
The H Open
23 January
W3C publishes draft for device-independent input handling, Fabian ScherschelIndieUI: Events, W3C, accessibility, Michael Cooper
iX Magazin
23 January
Erster W3C-Entwurf für geräteunabhängige Ereignisbehandlung (First W3C draft for device-independent event handling), Henning BehmeIndieUI: Events, W3C, accessibility, Michael Cooper
CNET
22 January
Best video tech for Web chat? Showdown set for March, Stephen ShanklandHTML5, WebRTC, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe, Philippe Le Hegaret, Thomas Roessler.
LeMagIT
22 January
Le W3C ouvre un centre administratif en Chine (W3C Opens an administrative center in China), Cyrille ChaussonW3C, HTML5
I Programmer
22 January
Microsoft Goes Its Own Way With WebRTC, Mike JamesWebRTC, W3C, XHTML
TechNode
22 January
W3C Ramps up China Presence with Beijing Office Through Beihang Partnership, Ben ChiangW3C, Ian Jacobs
ZDNet.fr
22 January
L'université d'aéronautique de Pékin devient le 4ème hôte du W3C (The Beijing University of Aeronautics became the fourth host of the W3C), W3C
Computerworld.jp
22 January
北京航空航天大学、W3Cの4番目のホスト機関に (Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, fourth host institution of the W3C), Michael KanW3C, Ian Jacobs, HTML5
Telecompaper
21 January
W3C adds Beihang University as new hosting centre, W3C
Beijing Tech Report
21 January
W3C beefs up its operations in China, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Alan Bird, Jeff Jaffe
Computerworld
21 January
W3C aims to boost cooperation on standards with China, Michael KanW3C, Ian Jacobs, HTML5
ITworld
21 January
W3C aims to boost cooperation on standards with China, Michael KanW3C, Ian Jacobs, HTML5
dobreprogamy
21 January
Uniwersytet w Pekinie partnerem W3C (Beijing University partners with W3C), Anna RymszaW3C
Global Accessibility News
21 January
W3C invites Chinese web developers, industry, academia to assume greater role in global web innovation, W3C, Jeff Jaffe
The Verge
21 January
China to help shape the web's future from new W3C base, Jeff BlagdonW3C, Mike Smith, HTML5
PC Advisor
21 January
W3C aims to boost cooperation on standards with China, Michael KanW3C, Ian Jacobs, HTML5
ZDNet
21 January
W3C designates Chinese uni as 'host' center, Kevin KwangW3C, Ian Jacobs, HTML5, Jeff Jaffe
The Register
21 January
W3C steps up China outreach with Beijing centre, Phil MuncasterW3C, Jeff Jaffe
The Next Web
21 January
Web standards organization W3C adds Beijing aeronautics university as its first new host in 15 years, Josh OngW3C, Jeff Jaffe, Ian Jacobs
Tech in Asia
21 January
W3C Opens Office in Beijing, Invites China to Shape Future of Web Standards, Steven MillwardW3C, Ian Jacobs, Jeff Jaffe, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5
cnBeta
21 January
北京航空航天大学成为全球第四个入驻W3C主机构的高校 (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics become the world's fourth college settled in the main institutions of the W3C), W3C, Jeff Jaffe, Ian Jacobs
Ars Technica
19 January
Microsoft goes its own way with Web audio/video spec, despite W3C rebuff, Peter Bright W3C, WebRTC
i Programmer
18 January
W3C Pointer Events Standard, Ian ElliotW3C, Pointer Events
PC INpact
18 January
W3C : Microsoft propose un protocole pour les communications sur le web (W3C: Microsoft proposes a protocol for communications on the web), Vincent HermannWebRTC, W3C
CNET
17 January
Microsoft hopes demo will woo Web-based chat allies, Stephen ShanklandWebRTC, W3C
Telesamana
16 January
WebRTC: arma contra los OTT o nuevo peligro para los operadores (WebRTC: weapon against OTT or new danger to operators), Rafael A. JunqueraWebRTC, W3C, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux
The Register
15 January
Siri, will Chrome's new speech features kill you?, Simon SharwoodWeb Speech API, Speech API Community Group, W3C
le train de 13h37
15 January
Le W3C vu de l’intérieur (W3C seen from the inside), Dominique Hazaël-MassieuxW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML, CSS, SVG, DOM, HTML5, WCAG, XML, VoiceXML, Community Groups, Webplatform.org
The Register
15 January
WTF is... WebRTC? Voice and video communications game changer, Tony SmithWebRTC, W3C, HTML5
Betanews
11 January
Google releases Chrome 24 -- get it NOW!, Mike WilliamsMathML, CSS, W3C
Le Quotidien d'Oran
9 January
Khaled Koubaa, Google Afrique du Nord : «Il est temps pour le Maghreb de créer du contenu et des services en ligne» (Khaled Koubaa, Google North Africa: "It is time for the Maghreb to create content and online services"), Nejma RondeleuxW3C
The Register
9 January
Mozilla claims 25 per cent JavaScript speed boost with Firefox 18, Ian ThompsonWebRTC, W3C
HTML5 Doctor
8 January
Interview with Ian Hickson, HTML editor, Bruce LawsonHTML5, W3C, accessibility, RDFa
Betanews
8 January
Firefox 18 promises faster page loading, Retina display support, Nick PeersWebRTC, W3C, Touch Events, HTML, DOM
CNET
8 January
IonMonkey delivers a faster Firefox, Seth RosenblattW3C, touch screen events, HTTP, WebRTC
Trendings
8 January
W3C: Features von HTML5 sind komplett (W3C: HTML5 features are complete), W3C, HTML5, Canvas 2D, Jeff Jaffe
silktide Blog
7 January
Things I learned by pretending to be blind for a week, David Ballaccessibility, W3C, HTML5, ARIA, validator
CIO
3 January
W3C aims to boost cooperation on standards with China, Michael KanW3C, Ian Jacobs, HTML5
xRTML.org
3 January
A Realtime approach to Standards for Web Applications on Mobile, Sérgio CostaW3C
WebProNews
3 January
HTML5 Is Now Feature Complete, W3C To Start Focusing On Interoperability, Zach WaltonHTML5, W3C, Canvas 2D
Forbes
2 January
10 Predictions For The Mobile Industry In 2013, Parmy OlsonHTML5
Dr. Dobb's
2 January
Developers Get "Locked Down" HTML5 Specification From W3C, Adrian BridgwaterHTML5, W3C, Jeff Jaffe, Patent Policy, HTML Working Group