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Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee waxes on "pixels everywhere"

Using Boston's Fleet Center (now, the TD BankNorth Garden) as the classic example of where pixels have replaced ad stock, earlier this week at a MITX Technology Awards Ceremony, Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee talked about how there will be pixels everywhere and also of how those pixels may very well end up as the display for your mobile device at any given momemt.

June 7, 2007 by David Berlind


SAP unveils Co-Innovation Lab and envisions Web 3.0

SAP held a dog and pony show, including a ribbon cutting ceremony, for the unveiling of its new Co-Innovation Lab in Palo Alto. "The intention is for this is to be a working lab, not just a slick showcase for customers," said Zia Yusef, executive vice president of the Global Ecosystem and Partner Group at SAP.

June 7, 2007 by Dan Farber


Firefox 3 takes shape with Alpha 5

Mozilla released Firefox Alpha 5 and the browser that will be known as Firefox 3 still isn't ready for public consumption, but is worth a peek for developers.Here's what's new with Firefox 3, also known as Gran Paradiso 1.

June 7, 2007 by


iPhonomics and the post-PC era

My friend Steve Gillmor is known for his very occasional cryptic and sometimes prescient posts that attempt to connect the dots and unpack the logic between seemingly unrelated events.This week he focused his attention on the iPhone, which he suggests is new center of computing gravity, and iPhonomics, which has something to do with the calculus of battery life and multi-device computing, connected to Google Gears (offline access for Web apps), Apple TV and the data sources in your life.

June 6, 2007 by Dan Farber