Monthly Archives: January 2011

Where is the browser headed?

Not long ago, there was really only one browser—Internet Explorer. It would garner more than 85 percent of the traffic, with AOL and Netscape barely touching the double digit mark. Today, we are witnessing what have come to be known … Continue reading

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Who owns the web anyway?

The last year of the last decade has been the start of what must be an era of soul-searching for the web. The initial phase of the web was viewed idealistically. The web was seen as something that brought the … Continue reading

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One size does not fit all

One web. All machines talking to each other. The users seamlessly accessing information, services, entertainment and utility out of them—without worrying about the medium. This is not Vision 2050. In fact, it’s here, just around the corner. In the digital … Continue reading

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