W3C

All posts by J. Alan Bird

W3C and XR Immersive Enterprise 2020

W3C has been driving a set of discussions around the AR/VR/XR space since our first W3C Workshop on Web and Virtual Reality in 2016.  Since then the work has expanded both the depth and scope of what we’re doing and is now under the Immersive Web Working Group. The W3C Business Development team and Technical […]
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W3C at IoT Impact 2019 Australia next week

Over the past several years the W3C Membership has been working to help address the fragmentation that has occurred in the Internet of Things space. Our work, on Web of Things, seeks to counter fragmentation by making it much easier to create applications without the need to master the disparate variety of IoT technologies and […]
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TPAC 2019 – a GREAT Week for the Global Web Community

W3C Members and Prospective Members address new features for the Web The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)  recently held our annual technical Members Meeting (TPAC) in Fukuoka, Japan.  Everyone I spoke to at the event seemed energized by all the conversations going on, the new work items being discussed and the amount of business networking […]
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W3C is in Singapore for Seamless Payments!

The W3C Web Payments Working Group produced the Web Payment API which has been adopted by the major Web Browsers and we’re continuing to see adoption by others in the Payments Ecosystem. With the rechartering of the Web Commerce Interest Group we’re seeing a lot of exciting new work starting in areas that are of […]
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Expanding Participation in W3C – a new Membership Level!

As W3C continues to evolve the breadth and depth of our work, we need to continue to address how we’re packaging and pricing our Membership options. In 2012 we added a tier designed for Startup organizations, which has enabled a significant number of these organizations to join our work. In 2014 we introduced the Introductory […]
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