Tim Berners-Lee who used a NeXT Computer to write the code for the World Wide Web says Tech Giants have to be split up

The father of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, said back in 1990 that the ‘NeXT’ computer that Steve Jobs invented was "intuitive on the outside and extensible and cool engineering on the inside." He went on to describe the ease of working with the NeXT computer: "Programming the WorldWideWeb client was remarkably easy on the NeXT." Tim Berners-Lee in 2018 is now saying that the big Tech Giants have to be split up.

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