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W3C officially opens HTML5 to scrutiny

Reaching a standardization milestone called "last call," the World Wide Web Consortium formally is seeking comment on a major overhaul of the Web standard.

By May 27, 2011

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W3C: new members extend Web standards work

The World Wide Web Consortium's fresh blood includes China Unicom, Netflix, LG Electronics, Facebook, and Zynga.

By May 10, 2011

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New CEO wants faster, more relevant W3C (Q&A)

Since becoming CEO nearly a year ago, Jeff Jaffe has raised the World Wide Web Consortium's profile. Next challenge: build a universal operating system.

By March 14, 2011

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HTML5 spec set for 2014 completion

The W3C sets a date for when it expects to finalize the next-gen Web page language, but it's tough to reconcile the pace of standardization with the pace of Web technology development.

By February 14, 2011

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W3C narrows 'HTML5' logo meaning to HTML5

The Web standards group clarifies that its HTML5 logo really is just for HTML5. To tout your site's use of WOFF, SVG, and CSS, there are smaller, gray icons.

By January 24, 2011

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HTML editor dumps 'HTML5' even as W3C touts it

Concluding HTML version numbers are a relic of a bygone age, Ian Hickson adopts a "living document" approach. Not so the W3C standards group.

By January 20, 2011

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Growing pains afflict HTML5 standardization

Emotional disagreements between two groups are disrupting the creation of the high-profile standard at the heart of the next-generation Web.

By June 28, 2010

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Mozilla trying to build VP8 into HTML5 video

Google's video codec has significant support, but building it into the standard language for Web pages would advance its fortunes significantly.

By May 27, 2010

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WebM and Google's Web-video plan (FAQ)

The future of WebM, a free new Google technology for streaming video, is uncertain, but already it's changed the industry. Here's a look how.

By May 24, 2010

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Mozilla, HTML5 editor differ with Microsoft

The Web standards world and Microsoft are getting reacquainted with one another. But it's not all kumbaya around the campfire.

By May 7, 2010