Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web, has decided that he'll put his magnificent creation up for sale in the form of an NFT. The NFT will contain the source code, among other things.
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The search engine is again reachable from India. While the cause for inaccessibility is unclear, many have reasoned that it was due to DNS lookup errors or potential censorship by the government.
Brave web browser now has native support for Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. If you land on a dead page, you'll get an option to load a saved version of the page sourced from the Internet Archive.
The World Wide Web Consortium and the FIDO Alliance have announced that Web Authentication (WebAuthn) is now an official web standard, making a further push for the end of passwords.
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the web, is working on a new project that will change how we interact with people, apps, and services on the web, by allowing us more control over our data.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, was granted the Computer Science's version of the Nobel Prize. Also, researchers have developed graphene-based water desalination technology.
The world got a rare glimpse of what the web looks like for users in North Korea this week, revealing that the country has just 28 websites, covering a surprisingly diverse range of topics.
Mozilla has launched a new Thunderclap campaign to spread awareness that the web was proposed 10,000 days ago. The company will recap the web's history on Twitter during the day of July 28th.
Although you can't see it, HTML makes up most of your favourite websites. The markup language will soon be updated, with simple edits to the recommendation encouraged from people of all skill levels.
25 years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee of CERN came up with the idea that turned into the World Wide Web, which accelerated the use of the Internet across the globe.
European researchers are working on a project that will allow future robots to communicate and share info between them. They'll also be able to offload most computing to the cloud and enslave us all.
A copy of the first website ever created has been preserved by CERN, the organization where the first web page was launched on a server way back in 1991. The preserved page comes from 1992.
In a triumph of stupidity, short-sightedness and political self-interest, the Government of Belarus has made it a crime for its citizens to access, visit or even attempt to use any foreign websites.
The web has celebrated its twentieth anniversary since its inception. Neowin celebrates this monumental event in the history of the Internet as a whole.
Some could argue that the concept of Web 3.0 has been around for quite some time although in truth, no one can really pinpoint the exact evolution the World Wide Web will take. We saw...