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Both companies agree 3D is going to be important, but the lack of standards means they're wary.
Opera has released an alpha build of its next generation web browser, and with 100 percent Acid3 compliance and a 30 percent speed boost to the rendering engine it's pretty darn good.
Internet Explorer 8, with its strict standards compliance, is due to ship to end users by the end of the year according to Microsoft. A second beta is also scheduled for next month.
Microsoft's Office Open XML document format has been given the ISO stamp of approval as an official international standard, much to the dismay of fans of rival ODF.
Microsoft's next iteration of the Internet Explorer browser will default to rendering pages in a standards-compliant mode that rejects broken sites written for earlier versions.
A new set of privacy standards could be agreed upon in the near future if Google has it's way - the God of Search is now pushing for a public debate on the issue.
EA has been bitch-slapped by the Advertising Standards Authority for irresponsible advertising.
VESA has approved version 1.1 of the DisplayPort interface for use in flat panel displays, projectors, PCs and CE devices. Could the days of DVI and VGA be numbered?
Brad Smith, a Senior Vice President at Microsoft has outlined twelve core principles of Windows development at a luncheon meeting this week.
CES 2006: AMD's counterpoint to Intel's Viiv is a new programme that puts the PC at the centre of the digital home - but partners with an open-standards ecosystem. We have the low-down.
One in ten UK websites fail to work properly when viewed in Firefox, according to a study of 100 leading consumer sites by web-testing firm SciVisum; bit-tech fully compliant
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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