The formal process of speeding up Hypertext Transfer Protocol is under way with proposals from Google, Microsoft, and others. There are differences -- but common ground, too.
A number of iCal and MobileMe users are noticing an issue in which alarms set a week in advance result in iCal giving a "403 Forbidden" error.
Google's Chrome hides away the "http://" coding in its address bar. Is that actually useful information?
HTTP 2.0 is designed to deliver Web pages to browsers faster. But some in the standards world think finishing the technology in 2014 is unlikely.
HTTP Server security flaw; clarification
"Dotless" top-level domains accessed by going to "http://news" or "http://music" are likely to be off-limits for technical reasons. ICANN is accepting comments through Sunday.