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.
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.
A group called Ethics in Tech held a legal march in Cambridge, MA on Saturday with their final destination being Tim Berners-Lee's office. They were aiming to stop EME (DRM) becoming a web standard.
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.
Twenty five years has brought along a lot of changes to the World Wide Web and we've witnessed it evolve from static to brimming with activity. These milestones marked the web as we know it today.
Thirty-three innovators, global connectors and pioneers of the Internet have been inducted into a Internet hall of fame hosted by the Internet Society.
Following last week's shocking revelations that an Amazon Kindle full of books weighs more than an empty one, we now have the answer to that age-old question: "How much does the internet weigh?"
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...
Twenty years ago today, on March 13, 1989, sparked the revolution of one of the greatest inventions of a life time, that being the World Wide Web. The purposed idea was to help connect...