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Mozilla wants the Web to be a platform that’s fit for any purpose. That’s why the company is investing in Firefox OS—to fight back against the proliferation of platform-specific smartphone apps—and it’s why the company has been working on WebGL, in order to bring 3D graphics to the browser, Emscripten, a tool for compiling C++ […]

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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the group that manages development of the main specifications used by the Web, has proposed a new plan that would see the HTML 5 spec positioned as a Recommendation—which in W3C’s lingo represents a complete, finished standard—by the end of 2014. The group plans a follow-up, HTML 5.1, for […]

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Just six months after Google Chrome eclipsed Mozilla’s Firefox to become the world’s second most popular Web browser, Chrome finally surpassed Microsoft’s Internet Explorer on Sunday to become the most-used Web browser in the world, according to Statcounter.

Internet Explorer’s global market share has been steadily decreasing since May 2011, dropping from about 43.9 percent […]

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For more than a decade, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has been the predominant tool the world uses to connect to the Web, but that’s no longer true, according to StatCounter.

StatCounter, which tracks Internet data, said that IE’s share of the browser market fell to 49.9% in September for the first time. More people still use […]

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