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An epitaph for the Web standard, XHTML 2

Although the failed effort may have been a work of "philosophical purity," it was overshadowed by HTML 5. Why are Web standards so darned hard to create?

By Jul. 8, 2009

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Taxi dispute gets physical in France with attack on Uber car

During a day of protests by taxi drivers in Paris, an Uber car carrying a technology executive was left with slashed tires and broken windows.

By Jan. 13, 2014

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Why Nvidia's chips can power supercomputers

q&a Nvidia has taken its extremely high-performance graphics chips and restyled them for supercomputing. It looks to be a pretty good fit since some of the top supercomputing centers have adopted them.

By Nov. 29, 2011

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Attack on Uber car breaks glass, tarnishes taxi driver image

Violent treatment at a roadblock outside Paris makes an Eventbrite executive a bigger fan of the very Uber car service that taxi drivers were protesting.

By Jan. 13, 2014

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Paris taxi drivers strike, but Uber opens second front in the war

After a political setback last week, Parisian taxi drivers protest new-era car services booked via smartphone apps. But the new UberPop ride-sharing service could bring even more disruptions.

By Feb. 10, 2014

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BBEdit 6.0 is out

BBEdit 6.0 is out

By Sep. 12, 2000

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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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Coming to an e-book or car near you: The Web

Marrying the broad reach of the Web with two narrow domains, members of the World Wide Web Consortium now have groups adapting Web technology for the automotive and publishing industries.

By Feb. 28, 2013

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Web technology: 5 things to watch in 2013

Don't expect a resolution to the Web standards fracas next year, but high-res images will happen, and new browsers might carve out a niche.

By Dec. 31, 2012

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W3C names not one, but four HTML5 editors

In a new approach, two Microsoft employees, an Apple employee, and an independent consultant now edit the W3C's "snapshot" version of the fundamental Web standard.

By Jul. 25, 2012