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After 25 Years, the Web Has a Museum

2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web. The Web has achieved yet another milestone—there’s now a museum. Can you remember what it was like surfing the Web back in the early '90s? To see how far the Web has come, take a look at the oldest US website, dating back to December 1991.

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Pamela Rentz
HTML5: Making Moves in Mobile Markets

In the US and Europe, Android and Apple’s iOS dominate the markets for mobile web app development. However, other markets in the world—where HTML5 is playing a significant role in mobile development—tell a different story. Read on to see how HTML5 edges out iOS and gives Android cause for concern.

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Cameron Philipp...
Forrester Report Says Developers Are Continuing to Turn to HTML5

According to a new Forrester report, developers are increasingly turning to HMTL5 hybrid app building instead of working with native apps. During the past year, HTML5 has continued to grow in popularity and shows no signs of slowing down.

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Jonathan Vanian
HTML5: Using WebSocket for Mobile and Web Convergence?

HTML has overstayed its welcome as the web language of choice. Nobody foresaw the need to incorporate graphics, sound, alternate devices, or wireless network connectivity. Is it time to relook at HTML5 as a converged development platform for delivering real-time content to a plugged in audience?

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Beth Cohen
Google to Launch Free HTML5 Web Development Tool

Google is preparing to launch an HTML5 development tool called Google Web Designer. The company says the new service will let creative professionals “create cutting-edge advertising as well as engaging web content like sites and applications—for free.” Would you use it for web design?

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Beth Romanik
Roundup of the Latest on HTML5

In this roundup, read about a major news organization’s success with using HTML5, Mozilla’s plans to reward potential HTML5 developers, and a new report on the battle between HTML5 and native apps.

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Jonathan Vanian
Should You Be Developing Mobile Apps or Better Mobile Websites?

There's a debate going on about the sustainability of mobile applications alongside the demands of users—and their myriad devices that grow every year. Could we see app development soon slow down while a surge of developers utilizes HTML5 to simply create a more mobile web experience?

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Noel Wurst
January Software Roundup

In this software roundup, we learn that Maryland and Pennsylvania are using software to prevent murders, new software shown at the Consumer Electronics Show underwhelmed some prominent tech pundits, and the Department of Homeland Security recommended disabling Java for a security exploit.

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Jonathan Vanian