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Google finally announces Project 10^100 winners

Five organizations have been selected to receive a total of $10 million as Google finally wraps up a project tied to its tenth anniversary two years ago.

By September 24, 2010


Google announces Project 10^100 themes

More than 150,000 ideas were submitted following Google's call for world-changing ideas, and the company has finally identified 16 categories of ideas for further voting.

By September 24, 2009


Google Project 10^100 update 'within a month'

Delayed several times, Google's competition is finally ready to start narrowing down the 150,000 ideas submitted in hopes of winning part of $10 million in funding.

By August 18, 2009


Hey, Web developers! Here's a one-stop shop for your app needs

The W3C standards group will house a unified site for Web programming explanations and examples at the new Web Platform Docs project.

By October 8, 2012


Twenty years on, the Web faces new openness challenges

CERN set the Web on fire by releasing open software without royalty payment requirements. Two decades later, proprietary technology has found a foothold.

By April 30, 2013


Google video effort to be dubbed WebM Project?

Company has registered the WebM Project site, and one video industry insider has heard it will house Google's Web video efforts.

By May 19, 2010


Google again delays debut of Project 10^100 ideas

It's proved harder than Google thought it would be to analyze the ideas submitted to a project to fund bright ideas to help others.

By March 17, 2009


How we test Web browsers

The browser is ubiquitous, contentious, and the one app that everybody uses on every kind of hardware imaginable. Here's how we gauge performance.

By February 5, 2013


32 down: How Google celebrates 100 years of crosswords

Google commemorates a century of puzzle-fueled procrastination with a playable doodle of its own.

By December 20, 2013


Best video tech for Web chat? Showdown set for March

Internet Engineering Task Force members could pick a winner in the competition between Google's free VP8 and the industry-standard H.264 for Web-based chat technology.

By January 22, 2013