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- DRM for HTML Proposal Discussed by W3C, the Bad Idea That Won't Go Away
The idea of DRM for HTML isn't a new one, but it's gaining some traction. Granted, it's in the very early stages and it may not go far in its current form. But the W3C, the standard body that defines most web technologies, is now looking into a new proposal put forward by Microsoft, Netflix and Google.
- Google Advertising the Chromebook in the Chrome New Tab Page Again
The Chromebook is finally becoming a success story for Google or, at the very least, has the making of a success story. It's been a long road though; Google has been working on Chrome OS for a few years. But work alone doesn't cut it, just look at Opera. Google has also been promoting Chrome OS and the Chromebooks quite heavily. It's been running ads on the homepage, on TV, even in print. It has even run ads inside Chrome itself a couple of years ago, just after the...
- Mozilla's Robert O'Callahan Decries Opera's Decision to Switch to WebKit
Opera's decision to stop developing its own HTML layout engine and use Google and Apple's WebKit may end up being a good one for the company, it's too early to tell, but it could happen. But it's very unlikely that it is going to be good for the web at large. Reactions on the web range from circumspect t...
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