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Apple announces that RCS support is coming to iPhone next year


“Apple says it will work with the GSMA members on ways to further improve the RCS protocol. This particularly includes improving the security and encryption of RCS messages. Apple also told 9to5Mac that it will not use any sort of proprietary end-to-end encryption on top of RCS. Its focus is on improving the RCS standard itself. For comparison’s sake, Google’s implementation of end-to-end encryption is part of the Messages app on Android rather than the RCS spec itself. ”

Source : Apple announces that RCS support is coming to iPhone next year – 9to5Mac

W3C to become a public-interest non-profit organization

“We need a structure where we meet at a faster pace the demands of new web capabilities and address the urgent problems of the web. The W3C Team is small, bounded in size, and the Hosted model hinders rapid development and acquisition of skills in new fields. We need to put governance at the center of the new organization to achieve clearer reporting, accountability, greater diversity and strategic direction, better global coordination. A Board of Directors will be elected with W3C Member majority. It will include seats that reflect the multi-stakeholder goals of the Web Consortium. We anticipate to continue joint work with today’s Hosts in a mutually beneficial partnership.”

Source : W3C Media Advisory: W3C to become a public-interest non-profit organization

IETF | Innovative New Technology for Sending Data Over the Internet Published as Open Standard

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“Already used by a range of Internet services, an initial version of QUIC was designed and tested by Google and then proposed to IETF for standardization. Over the past 5 years it was reviewed, redesigned and improved in the IETF, incorporating a broad range of input from across the industry. QUIC is an important example of a range of innovation in core Internet technologies underway in the IETF. While QUIC is a general transport protocol, the IETF will also soon release HTTP/3, the first application protocol designed for use over QUIC.”

Source : IETF | Innovative New Technology for Sending Data Over the Internet Published as Open Standard


“Solid is guided by the principle of “personal empowerment through data” which we believe is fundamental to the success of the next era of the web. We believe data should empower each of us. Imagine if all your current apps talked to each other, collaborating and conceiving ways to enrich and streamline your personal life and business objectives? That’s the kind of innovation, intelligence and creativity Solid apps will generate. With Solid, you will have far more personal agency over data – you decide which apps can access it.” – Tim Berners-Lee

Source : One Small Step for the Web… — Inrupt

A la gare de Lyon à Paris, le 3 avril.

“Un appel à projets MAAS devrait être lancé rapidement. La ministre se fixe pour objectif que, d’ici la fin du quinquennat, le citoyen ait accès à des applications smartphone qui comparent l’ensemble des modes de déplacement disponibles. « L’ambition, à terme, est de pouvoir, pour chaque voyage, acheter un billet porte-à-porte, valable pour tous les modes de déplacement », précise le ministère. Avec ce système, il n’est plus nécessaire, par exemple, de faire la queue au guichet pour payer son ticket de transport en arrivant dans une nouvelle ville”.

Source : En 2021, toutes les données de transport générées en France devront être rendues accessibles

«Chat is a carrier-based service, not a Google service. It’s just “Chat,” not “Google Chat.” In a sign of its strategic importance to Google, the company has spearheaded development on the new standard, so that every carrier’s Chat services will be interoperable. But, like SMS, Chat won’t be end-to-end encrypted, and it will follow the same legal intercept standards. In other words: it won’t be as secure as iMessage or Signal».

Source : Exclusive: Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess – The Verge

«Les early adopters qui peuvent démocratiser une technologie ont adopté le réflexe des messageries chiffrées de bout en bout. Apple chiffre les messages de ses clients par défaut et sur Android, WhatsApp ou Signal le font également. Le RCS est un standard aux mains des opérateurs, Google et ses partenaires n’étant que des relais, des points de réception. Cela signifie qu’un message RCS n’est pas sécurisé, peut être intercepté et reste sur le réseau des opérateurs qui ne sont pas connus pour être les derniers à plier aux demandes des autorités».

Source : Battu par Apple et Facebook, Google a un plan ambitieux pour réinventer le SMS – Tech – Numerama

«You can’t kill email. Attempting to do so is a decades-long tradition of the tech industry, a cliché right up there with « Uber, but for » and « the Netflix of X. » AOL Instant Messenger tried to kill email. So did MySpace. Then Facebook took up the mantle, followed by Slack and Symphony and WhatsApp and HipChat. Through it all, email persists—always dying, never dead. Except email isn’t dying. There are 3.7 billion users worldwide who collectively send 269 billion emails every day, according to a report by the Radicati Group. Email is bigger than Facebook».

Source : Email Is Broken. Can Anyone Fix It? | WIRED

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