It's been clear for a while that Internet Explorer was on its way out, but now we know more about how the transition will happen. It's not going to be at the Microsoft Convergence conference on Monday; chief marketing officer Chris Capossela...Show More Summary
If you’re a Google Chrome user on a Windows tablet, you may have noticed that scrolling can be a little quirky with just touch inputs. Google’s plan to fix this involves borrowing a feature already in Internet Explorer. More »
By the United States' government's count, Chrome is the most popular web browser followed by Internet Explorer and then Safari. Yes, Safari, not Firefox.
Back when Microsoft announced its plans for its new Project Spartan browser in Windows 10, it also outlined how it would continue to support Internet Explorer for businesses who depended on features for older versions. Now those plans have changed. More »
Online Predator by tomburns The Internet can be a mighty dangerous place to go exploring, and even though it seems like the websites full of smut and hackers planting viruses would be the dangerous bits the real dangers lie in the fingertips of predators. Show More Summary
It is 2009 all over again, and so podcasts are suddenly (and weirdly) all the rage. Hoping to cash in on the recycled trend is BuzzFeed, which has launched two new podcasts — Another Round and Internet Explorer. Another Round is hosted by Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton and produced by Jenna Weiss-Berman. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal | Another Round | Internet Explorer On Tuesday, BuzzFeed became the latest news organization to begin offering podcasts to its audience. The inaugural editions of “Internet Explorer” and “Another Round,” BuzzFeed’s first two podcasts, went live on iTunes early this morning. Show More Summary
Our brains are the most bug ridden pieces of junk since Internet Explorer.
Whatever the take is on its waning years, The Simpsons still remains a cultural touchstone for many people. Trading quotes can be a quick way to gain access to a new group of friends or at least gauge their nerdier abilities. And asShow More Summary
Welcome to Reading List, a weekly collection of great tech reads from around the web. This week's crop shines a light on the (white, male) bias of language on the internet and the prosthetics industry, and explores the desolate reality of Burma's urban experiment. Enjoy! Read more...
How to start an InPrivate instance of Internet Explorer by using BrowserWindow object.
How can I know what your “favorite browser” is? It doesn’t matter, really; if it’s any one of the four most popular browsers — Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari — it’s just been successfully exploited. But there’s good news! Read More
In the second day of the Pwn2Own competition, all browsers fell to exploits developed by security researches. However, Internet Explorer was hacked five times, while Chrome only fell once.
Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer were all successfully exploited during the second day of the annual Pwn2Own hacking contest in Vancouver.
Shonda Rhimes, Joan Didion, Button & Bly, ANIMAL MATRIARCHS, Rihanna is the voice of Dream Works' first heroine of color, teenage girl hysteria, Internet Explorer is donezo, Race Together is so fucked, being a parent is sometimes also fucked but in different ways but they all stem from the same place isn't that the weirdest shit ever?? And so much more!
Summary: As a web designer, Internet Explorer is a thorn in our side. It forces web development to support old versions of a web browser that just doesn’t work quite right. Firefox, Chrome, and Safari are much-preferred browsers that display what we want to have displayed. Microsoft is making us very happy with their announcement...
Internet Explorer, as we know it, is dead. Microsoft is killing off the name of the most popular internet browser in the history of computing in favor of a browser called Spartan. Go ahead and make your jokes, yawn if you want to, then pour one out, because it's actually kind of a big deal. Show More Summary
I was an IT Guy once. In college, I worked as a student technician, responsible for helping other students troubleshoot computer and network connectivity issues. Internet Explorer was the bane of my existence. The time was 2002-05, the height of Internet Explorer 6's popularity. IE6 used a plugin technology called......
Is Apple finally introducing a streaming TV service? How about Nintendo making games for iOS and Android? And why is Microsoft getting rid of the Internet Explorer brand? Those are the three main topics in this week’s show, with Zach Epstein joining me again as guest. Show More Summary