Open Web

Firefox can now block those annoying notification requests

Virtually every random site you go to these days wants you to subscribe to its push notifications. It’s one of the many small annoyances on the open web, but thankfully, those pop ups may not be

Chrome will soon make browsing sketchy sites less frustrating

There's little that's more annoying than clicking on what you think is a video and finding out it was actually an image with a link to a dubious site. Or what about those links that take you to your d

The open web is not going away

Dries Buytaert and Matt Mullenweg recently posted calls to arms in defense of the "open web." I, too, am a believer in the open web. It delivers on the promise of the Internet: a world in which everyo

Google Starts Highlighting AMP Pages In Its Mobile Search Results

Smartphones and networks are constantly getting faster, but somehow the mobile web now feels slower than it ever did. That’s largely thanks to all the ads and trackers that most sites now use (a

ThinkUp App Goes For-Profit In Bid To Decentralize The Social Web

<a href="http://www.thinkupapp.com">ThinkUp App</a>, the open source web application born from the non-profit <a href="http://expertlabs.org/">Expert Labs</a> that lets you capture, store and analyze

Wu vs. Lacy Round Three: Is the Enemy of an Open Web Apple or Is it Apps and Flips?

<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-254162" title="Fight Bell" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/fight-bell.jpeg?w=300" alt="" width="300" height="300" /></a>Last week, Tim W