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You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on t

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April 9, 2014 at 9:39PM
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The World Wide Web. It sounds like such a silly thing when you actually spell out those consecutive W's. Nowadays, we just say \"the internet,\" but once upon a time the web was a new and exciting thing. It was a massive communications breakthrough that captivated minds both young and old with the p

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When Tim Berners-Lee penned a memo to his boss at CERN in March 1989, he was looking for a better way to manage information about complex evolving systems. He proposed an interconnected network of information that would improve communication at the facility, but there was no way of knowing what a

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June 6th has arrived, which means that participating ISPs, hardware manufacturers and search engines must stick to their word and permanently enable the IPv6 address system -- not least as an encouragement for others to do the same. The ultimate purpose? To allow trillions of users to have their o

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Ever wondered what the World Wide Web's illustrious history would look like if plotted in timeline form? Well, thanks to Google's \"Evolution of the web,\" you won't have to. The delectable chart traces the evolution of HTML, the web technologies that came alongside it and the browsers that've held

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Happy birthday, World Wide Web! Hard to believe you're turning 20 already. It seems like just yesterday we were hearing the pitter patter of little dial-up, delighting at the words \"you got mail,\" and getting frustrated when calling our friends and receiving that dreaded busy signal. You're all g

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Today marks the twentieth anniversary of Sir Tim Berners-Lee's submission to CERN titled \"Information Management: A proposal.\" Over roughly the next year and a half he had built HTTP, HTML, WorldWideWeb (the first web browser), CERN httpd (the first server software), and the first web server (http:

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