Articles about Web development
25 years ago there was the Internet, but there was no Web. Then, Tim Berners-Lee proposed creating an Internet-based hypertext system and the Web was on its way.
What might be the most impressive fact about Facebook's "Look Back" videos is that engineers only had a month to build a project that could scale and account for more than a billion users.
The web's 25th birthday has been celebrated around the web, but Tim Berners-Lee has used it to start the Web We Want project to develop a Magna Carta or "bill of rights" to protect users' freedom of speech and freedom from surveillance
The open web faces a serious challenge as smartphone users move to closed apps, but Dr Jeff Jaffe, CEO of the W3C, explains how they're meeting that challenge and expanding the web into new areas
Comcast didn't crack the top 10 on Netflix's monthly ISP Speed Index, but that will almost certainly change by April.
McAfee Labs researchers suggest that the fourth quarter of 2013 is when average consumers finally awoke to the reality of cyber crime.
More a guide to the computing science behind the powerful systems we already take for granted than a vision of what comes next, this book is a great primer for understanding what's different about modern computing and the current state of AI.
Mozilla's attempt to bring federated identity authentication to the web has been handed over to its community as the browser maker focuses on Firefox accounts.
For anyone who has missed having F8 around, get ready because the social network is bringing back the show.
As always who's winning the Web browser wars depends on whose numbers you believe. But the ranking charts all agree on one thing: There's been little change at the top in early 2014.
UPDATED: For those keeping score, Google Currents is NOT in the mix.
Penultimate is Evernote's "DNA" for building digital handwriting into the software company's flagship product.
The grab for mobile users is taking a number of different turns. Here's a small curve for marketers on LinkedIn.
AWS Activate is getting a boost from what might be Amazon's best resource aside from data: customer service.