Justin James details how he used one of Matthew James Taylor's "The Holy Grail" liquid layouts to create a modern, CSS-driven OutSystems Agile Platform theme.
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Apple is taking fire from a Chinese company that says it still owns the iPad trademark there--and which now wants an import and export ban.
Search your IE history file for malicious/unsafe web site addresses?Hello, I am a sys admin and we recently had one of those rogue dhcp server viruses spread between several computers on our network. I was able to locate and isolate the infected com
The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group has published a Last Call Working Draft of CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3 for the purpose of updating the previous Candidate Recommendation. This module of CSS contains the features of CSS level 3 relating to borders and backgrounds. The main extensions compared to level 2 are borders consisting of images, boxes with multiple backgrounds, boxes with rounded corners and boxes with shadows. All persons are encouraged to review the changes and send comments to the www-style mailing list. The deadline for comments is 6 March 2012. Learn more about the Style Activity.
The XML Core Working Group has published a Group Note of XInclude 1.1 Requirement and Use Cases. This document outlines the requirements and use cases for to changes to XInclude: support for RFC 5147 and improved communication between the pre- and post-inclusion Infosets. Learn more about the Extensible Markup Language (XML) Activity.
Apple says it's got a third-party group looking for issues at manufacturing partners it uses. Read CNET's FAQ to find out how we got here, and what the next steps are.
Whether Apple will release a new iPad next month doesn't seem to be the question as much as what day it will happen. A new rumor has it down to the day.
PBS is giving users of its app for iPad, iPhones and iPods an early viewing of its documentary on former U.S. President Bill Clinton, a week ahead of its airing.
PBS is giving users of its iPhone/iPad app an early preview of its documentary on former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
How much innovation will Apple offer for the next iteration of its iPad? How much does the company need to offer in order to make a new iPad exciting, given the paucity of current competition?
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Find out all about the latest iPad 3 rumors, along with the usual dose of real news in this week's edition of Apple Talk Weekly.
Learn about some of the Visual Studio 2010 command line switches, which Tony Patton says were instrumental in getting his environment up and running again.
A new Apple lawsuit takes aim at Motorola in the U.S. for breaking a contract both companies have with Qualcomm for the license of one of its wireless patents.
Apple is once again said to be working on larger versions of its popular MacBook Air notebook, with 15- and 17-inch models in the hopper that could end up replacing its "Pro" line.
A lawsuit from Swiss company SmartData alleges that three of Apple's products infringe on one of SmartData's patents, while saying Apple ignored pleas to strike a licensing deal.
W3C is pleased to announce that registration is open for a new W3C mobile Web course, "Mobile Web 2: Applications". Developed by the W3C/MobiWebApp team and taught by Robin Berjon, chair of the W3C Device APIs Working Group and recently elected as a TAG member, this mobile Web course gives developers all the tools and knowledge necessary to write mobile Web applications that can ship both online and in application stores, using today's advanced technologies. The 8-week course begins 12 March 2012 and costs 225 EUR. However, an early bird rate of 165 EUR is available until 1 March 2012. Enroll now for the early bird rate.
Justin James explains why Windows XP holdouts are dampening his optimism about IE10 helping the HTML5 cause. Share your thoughts about the subject.
Apple shares were big on Wall Street today, almost brushing $500. The surge followed word that the company may unveil the iPad 3 next month.
The Media Annotations Working Group has published a W3C Recommendation of Ontology for Media Resources 1.0. This document defines the Ontology for Media Resources 1.0. The term "Ontology" is used in its broadest possible definition: a core vocabulary. The intent of this vocabulary is to bridge the different descriptions of media resources, and provide a core set of descriptive properties. This document defines a core set of metadata properties for media resources, along with their mappings to elements from a set of existing metadata formats. Besides that, the document presents a Semantic Web compatible implementation of the abstract ontology using RDF/OWL. The document is mostly targeted towards media resources available on the Web, as opposed to media resources that are only accessible in local repositories. Learn more about the Video in the Web Activity.