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Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, recently made an appearance on the BBC to talk about the future of the Web and how HTML5 is going to impact that technology he essentially began. His projections for HTML5's impact are astonishing in their own right, as HTML5, according to his remark in the interview, will make "every single Web page out there...like a computer." Yet Berners-Lee also had some stern warnings about the future of the Internet as we know it.
There is a new, free weather app for the iPhone and iPad called Sun: users pinch and swipe to get content, is relatively simple to use and is impressive looking.
thePlatform is a Comcast-owned online video publishing company that has been at the forefront of the HTML5 revolution since unveiling its PDK-based HTML5 video player a year ago. Now, after one year of internal development and a little over a month after W3C declared the HTML5 standard complete, the company is releasing its enhanced video player service.
Yahoo! JAPAN is now able to develop and deliver rich and creative video and display advertisements on its GyaO! Subsidiary thanks to MediaMind's ad serving technology platform for rich media ads.
GyaO! is Yahoo! JAPAN's free run video distribution site. Both companies signed a partnership agreement late last year.
In 1999, IT and trading professionals from Citigroup, Societe Generale and Credit Agricole joined together to create smartTrade's liquidity management system (LMS). An LMS from smartTrade allows banks, brokerages, asset managers and large hedge funds to develop multiasset dealing platforms that aggregate liquidity from multiple sources.
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