W3C in the Press

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


ZDNet | 500 words into the future
9 September
Build the future of the web, one standard at a time, Mary BranscombePointer Events, W3C, HTML, CSS, HTML5
8 September
Adobe adds HTML5 support to Primetime DRM , Natalie GagliordiHTML5
8 September
Boosting browsers, Adobe extends its DRM to Web video, Stephen ShanklandHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), Media Source Extensions (MSE)
PayPal Engineering
5 September
Introducing an Accessible HTML5 Video Player, Dennis LembreeHTML5, CSS, accessibility, WebVTT
Ars Technica
2 September
How a new HTML element will make the Web faster, Scott GilbertsonCSS, HTML, W3C, HTML Working Group, W3C Community Groups, Responsive Images Community Group


28 August
W3C Publishes Linked Data Platform Best Practices and Guidelines, Eric FranzonW3C, Linked Data Platform, URI
The Guardian | Technology
24 August
How the web lost its way – and its founding principles , Stuart JeffriesTim Berners-Lee, W3C
Heise online
21 August
"Forum digitale Gesellschaft": Innenminister will Big Data zähmen ("Forum Digital Society": Interior Minister wants to tame Big Data), Martin HollandW3C, Rigo Wenning
ZDNet Japan
21 August
JKとメガネにITをかけて鯖江と解く--「電脳コイル」目指すjig.jp福野社長 (President Fukuno of jig.jp on Joshi Kousei, Dennō Coil, eye glasses and Sabae City), 吉澤亨史 山田竜司W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML5, Semantic Web, Open Data
The Inquirer
21 August
Microsoft, Google and Hookflash establish real-time communications specification, Dave NealW3C, W3C Community Groups, WebRTC, WebRTC Working Group
19 August
Google et Blink tournent le dos au W3C et à Pointer Events de Microsoft (Google Blink and turn their backs to the W3C and Microsoft Point Events), Arsene NewmanW3C, Pointer Events
I Programmer
18 August
Google's Blink Not Implementing W3C Pointer Events , Ian ElliotW3C, Pointer Events
Telematics Wire
12 August
World Wide Web Consortium(W3C) on transforming the automotive experience with HTML5, W3C, HTML5, Automotive and Web Platform Business Group, Tim Berners-Lee, accessibility, CSS
The Register
1 August
Quicker, easier to fly to MOON than change web standards ... OR IS IT?, Scott GilbertsonCSS, HTML, W3C, Web Components, Shadow DOM
geechs magazine
1 August
豪華審査員の独占インタビュー HTML5 Japan Cup 2014 表彰式 (HTML5 Japan Cup 2014 Awards Ceremony Report), HTML5, CSS3, WebRTC, Daniel Davis, W3C, WebSocket, SVG


24 July
Designing user experience for baby-boomers, Dan FelliniShawn Henry, W3C, Web Accessibility Initiative, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
SD Times
24 July
The W3C looks to standardize the social Web, Christina MulliganW3C, Social Web Working Group, Ian Jacobs
24 July
Le W3C veut standardiser le Web Social (W3C wants to standardise the Social Web), W3C, Social Web Working Group
Alt 1040
23 July
Las redes sociales tendrán un estándar abierto en la web (Social networks will have an open Web standard), Eduardo MarinW3C
Le Monde Informatique
22 July
Le W3C veut ouvrir l'entreprise au web social (The W3C wants to open the enterprise to the social web), Dominique FilipponeW3C, Social Web Working Group
22 July
RSE : le W3C et l’OpenSocial Foundation militent pour des standards ouverts (CSR: the W3C and the OpenSocial Foundation advocating for open standards), Clément Bohic W3C, Social Web Working Group
22 July
Le W3C veut standardiser les flux communautaires en entreprise (W3C wants to standardise enterprise community streams), Guillaume BelfioreW3C, Social Web Working Group
The Register
21 July
Party like it's not 1999: Cry FREEDOM for a better web, Scott GilbertsonW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, #web25
21 July
W3C wants to open the social Web for the enterprise, Joab JacksonW3C, Social Web Working Group, Harry Halpin
21 July
W3C Launches Effort for Social Web App Interoperability, Darryl K. TaftW3C, Social Web Working Group
21 July
Social networking built into the Web? W3C gives it a go, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Social Web Working Group

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Cover of Boston Globe magazine on MIT 150

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