The internet has given plenty to all, but now it's asking for a little something in return.
Gary MarshallTwenty-five years after the birth of the world wide web, it's become a web of lives changed and communities transformed. It's a web of stories. What's yours?
Sir Tim Berners-Lee lands a nice few quid after becoming a co-recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.
UpdatedThe world wide web has moved out of its difficult teenage phase and turns the grand old age of 20 this year.
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has said that social networking sites such as Facebook are guilty of limiting the potential openness of the web.
Creator of the web, Tim Berners-Lee has announced the launch of the 'World Wide Web Foundation at this years' Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
It's 20 years since Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote the proposal for the system that would become known as the World Wide Web. But how will it change over the next two decades?
A British pioneer of cyberspace has been honoured in the latest list of New Year's honours. Professor Wendy Hall, founder of the 'open hypermedia system' and (more recently) of the Web