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Magazine articles on the state and evolution of the internet.
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November 20, 2007
Sean Michael Kerner
Firefox 3 Beta 1 Enters Test Run After a grueling Alpha development period that included no fewer than nine milestone releases, the first beta of Firefox 3 is now available for testing. mark for My Articles 595 similar articles
November 15, 2007
Tim Scannell
Berners-Lee: Free The Mobile Internet The World Wide Web Consortium stresses open standards, but what about fragmentation and that all-important 'killer app'? mark for My Articles 388 similar articles
November 14, 2007
Christopher Saunders
VeriSign Sheds Businesses in Bid to Refocus DNS and SSL will comprise the company's backbone as execs seek to rein in a sprawling organization. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
December 2007
Amanda C. Kooser
A New Dimension The technology of 3-D could be the next big step in web search, especially as it is refined and as higher-end graphics cards and faster broadband become widespread. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
November 9, 2007
Sean Michael Kerner
Microsoft to Roll Back the Clock on ActiveX Through its settlement with Eolas, Microsoft can remove a lingering year-old change in Internet Explorer's ActiveX behavior. mark for My Articles 184 similar articles
November 5, 2007
Erin Joyce
Congress, Taxes and Broadband The tax moratorium lives another seven years. Will free community broadband access survive as well? mark for My Articles 355 similar articles
November 2, 2007
Sean Michael Kerner
Mozilla Updates Firefox For Stability Mozilla's latest Firefox update addresses a smattering of serious issues, among the most critical of which triggers a crash on startup for some Windows XP and Vista users. mark for My Articles 733 similar articles
PC World
October 28, 2007
Ryan Naraine
The 10 Biggest Web Annoyances The new, improved Web won't deserve that name until sites make clear what they do with your private data. And online tech support gets a lot better. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
November 1, 2007
Christopher Saunders
Internet Tax Ban Gets Extended President Bush signed into law a temporary ban on Internet taxes that had been set to expire today. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Robert W. Lucky
A Billion Amateurs In the current list of the 20 most popular Web sites, half have essentially all their content provided free by amateurs. They're all examples of what open-source guru Tim O'Reilly has termed an "architecture of participation." Build it, and they will come. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
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