All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Internet Explorer’

Still Hate Internet Explorer? You’re Just A Troll

One of the better ad campaigns of the past year has been Microsoft’s “The Browser You Loved To Hate” campaign for Internet Explorer. It was a rare kind of self-deprecatory humor that’s not often seen in a tech industry that’s focused more on glamourous reviews instead of pointing out its own flaws. Now the ad campaign is back as Microsoft …

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Internet Explorer 10 Is Now Available On Windows 7

Internet Explorer 10 is an interesting beast. It was built with Windows 8, and touch, in mind. It launched with Microsoft’s new operating system last month, but now it’s available on the decidedly less-touch friendly Windows 7. Microsoft announced today that the release preview of Internet Explorer 10 is now available on Windows 7. It features a number of HTML5 …

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Yahoo Says Microsoft Is Making It Hard To Deliver Its Value Proposition To Users

Yahoo slammed Microsoft today over its use of “Do Not Track” by default in Internet Explorer 10. This is interesting on several levels, but most notably because Yahoo and MIcrosoft are partners in search and advertising. Together, they have put together the Yahoo Bing Network. Perhaps you’ve heard of it. This close relationship the two companies have developed in recent …

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Xbox 360 Update Means Goodbye to Facebook, Twitter Apps

Microsoft is currently in the process of pushing their newest Xbox 360 dashboard update to users. As you probably know, one of the most-desired additions to the Xbox experience is shipping along with this update: a true Internet Explorer browser. If you’ve already received the update, you may or may not have noticed a small change in the apps offered …

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Xbox 360 Launches New Dashboard, Finally Offers Internet Explorer

We’ve known it was coming for some time (and some users have already participated in the public beta period), but today we learn that Microsoft is finally beginning the global rollout of the all new Xbox 360 dashboard. The update ships with plenty of new features, but one of the most-anticipated has to be Internet Explorer. This will finally turn …

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This Internet Explorer 9 Commercial Might Be Too Honest

Microsoft has made some decent commercials for its Internet Explorer 9 browser. The latest was an artsy tour-de-force that featured rave reviews from multiple publications praising the browser’s ease of use and beautiful simplicity. What if all that praise was just hyperbole, or worse, paid off? What if the commercial was actually honest about the product it was selling? The …

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Zero-Day Exploit Hits Internet Explorer

It’s kind of cliche these days to make fun of Internet Explorer and its numerous security problems. Microsoft has put a lot of effort into the latest iterations of their Internet browser, and IE10 is by all accounts really secure. Unfortunately, older versions of the browser aren’t so lucky. Researchers at AlientVault have found a zero day exploit that affects …

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Google Apps Will Soon Stop Supporting Internet Explorer 8

Google announced today that it will soon stop supporting IE 8, so if you’re an Internet Explorer user who also uses Google Apps, you might want to consider upgrading soon. “As we announced last year, we support the latest version of Google Chrome (which automatically updates whenever it detects that a new version of the browser is available) as well …

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Atari Embraces HTML5 In Internet Explorer 10

I know it may seem unreal, but Internet Explorer is actually a decent browser these days. The latest iteration – IE10 – is already available in preview form on Windows 8. Once it launches, it will be expose millions of Internet users to the power of HTML5. To show off that power, Microsoft has partnered with a legend in gaming. …

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The Internet Was Kind Of Terrible In 2002 [Infographic]

Looking back 10 years ago is kind of hard. It’s difficult to remember much of anything from when I was a snot-nosed brat. I was, however, already messing around with the Internet at that point, but it was mostly for school or playing Shockwave games. It’s actually kind of astounding to see just how far we’ve come. A new infographic …

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Microsoft Cares About Your Privacy In Windows 8

Slowly but surely, Microsoft is becoming one of the good guys in the consumer space. Internet Explorer 10 will be the first browser to have Do Not Track turned on by default. That’s about as good as it gets. In case you need a little help setting it all up, Microsoft has offered a helping hand. Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy …

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A Third Of The World Is Now Using Google Chrome

Google Chrome is immensely popular with its browser market share constantly rising each month. After beating out Internet Explorer back in May, it has been on a slow rise to world domination since. After a successful July, Chrome is now a third of the way toward that goal. The monthly StatCounter results came in today and the results aren’t that …

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