I’m a couple days late in posting this, but this is huge news. Not requiring a dongle or hub for IoT devices is the way it should be.
The line-mode browser, launched in 1992, was the first readily accessible browser for what we now know as the world wide web.
An interesting piece by Ars Technica how BASIC code was broadcast on a radio show in Finland in 1985 — four years before the invention of the World Wide Web.
Chrome will probably be my last default browser on a non-mobile computer. Many of you use Mobile Safari much more than any desktop web browser; I’m not quite there but will be soon enough.
I’m not quite there either. Then again, I don’t currently own a tablet, just my Nexus S.
Although many people are of the opinion that grouping CSS3 and other web technologies under “HTML5” as an umbrella term is a bad thing, I beg to differ. Professionals and hobbyists aren’t going to be confused by this, and people that have no understanding of how websites actually work will benefit greatly by having logo that represents the new technologies; they couldn’t care less about what the strict interpretation of “HTML5” actually means.