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Stephen Fry narrates the comic film The film - co-produced by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales - was made by Founders Forum
Apple may be one of the world's most advanced technology companies, but even a company like that had to start somewhere. The
The web is a less free and open place than ever, its inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said. Speaking at the launch of a report
Eighty years is within a single lifetime of today - but for many it will feel a long time ago. The pace and scale of change in science and technology, international relations, arts and culture - and the way societies work and people live - must seem vast through the eyes of a those who have lived through them.
The problematic relationship between faith and technology is amongst the most difficult of the challenges faced by Jorge Mario Bergoglio's papacy. Yet many see his interest in the digital as a symbol of the renovation underway in the contemporary Catholic establishment...
The World Wide Web celebrates its 25th birthday today - and the twinkle in Tim Berners-Lee's eye wasn't the only thing that
The World Wide Web is a strange thing. Created 25 years ago by Sir Tim Berners-Lee at Cern, the original aim of the web was
As we celebrate 25 years of the World Wide Web, the Web for Everyone coalition wants to give thousands of people the power to learn new digital skills. The aim of the partnership is to address 'internet inequality' by encouraging people from all walks of life, young and old, to not only use the Web but create it.
It seems such a modern invention but the World Wide Web can trace its foundation back to before the fall of the Berlin Wall
The 25th anniversary of the world wide web will be celebrated around the globe this week. The milestone will be marked on