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Feature in IE 9 Release Candidate that helps users protect personal info on Web is accepted as proposal by W3C, opening debate on whether it should become a Web standard.
Chrome and IE will ascend next year, but what else will happen in Web technology? Here are five forecasts.
Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome make it easy to save a Web page as an HTML file for viewing offline, but that is far from your only option when you want to preserve some or all of the content on a Web page.
On today's show, the sad news that even those of you who are grandfathered in to AT&T's unlimited plans will be subject to throttling. sorry. Also, Adobe tries to future-proof itself with a new HTML5 Web animation tool, the darknet is not your mom's social network, and RIM doesn't make pizzas.
The folks who built the Internet are thinking it could be a great idea if flying cars were available in military zones to help extract soldiers quickly from sensitive locations. And they should transform. So, awesome future on our way. Plus, Apple sells 1 million iPads, we try to untangle the h.264 codec mess, and the future of the Internet is cloudy.
The C-Explorer 5 is a luxury submarine worthy of being a Bond vehicle. The Q Division will probably want to add on some lasers and wheels, though.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains the best way to set up most Wi-Fi routers: via the Web interface. This guide can be applied to all consumer-grade routers in the market, save those from Apple.
Troubleshooting Mac OS X 10.2.1: Internet Explorer 5.2.2; Quicken 2003; Epson Stylus C82; No OS X Liquid Audio
Bing is getting its own Google-style doodle with HTML5-powered moving images on its home page.