Google CEO defines Web3.0

At a digital conference in Seoul Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, was asked to define what Web 3.0 meant to Google. He called Web 2.0 as nothi...

At a digital conference in Seoul Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, was asked to define what Web 3.0 meant to Google. He called Web 2.0 as nothing but a marketing term and equated it to AJAX and related technologies however he went out to define the next generation web or Web 3.0 as "small" applications that are pieced together that can run on any device. He also said that Web 3.0 will be distributed virally...not purchased here is a video of that conference.
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Web3.0 Yes verry fine :-)
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