This morning, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One, their latest entertainment system that incorporates access to movies, live TV and Internet Explorer, which is expected to launch by the end of this year. The company also revealed another...Show More Summary
By Tim Price, originally published on Next New Deal Click here to receive the Daily Digest via e-mail. Telecom's Big Players Hold Back the Future (NYT) David Carr profiles Roosevelt Institute Fellow Susan Crawford and explores her crusade against the telecom monopolies that offer high fees instead of high speeds. Show More Summary
When it comes to choice of browsers, there are many that users can choose from, such as Internet Explorer and Safari as the defaults for Windows and OS X respectively, Opera, Fire Fox and Google Chrome, but it seems that [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, what browser blocks malware best of all? The answer to that question is Microsoft Internet Explorer 10, at least according to the latest test results released by NSS Labs. In tests performed on the five top...Show More Summary
Just 11 days after issuing an advisory, Microsoft has released a patch for a bug in Internet Explorer 8 that bedeviled the U.S. Department of Labor earlier this month. Microsoft's speedy release of this patch "is an outstanding example...Show More Summary
We prefer our online beer commercials succinct, bizarre, and heavy on talking animals ironically participating in human activities. Enter Corona Light’s new “Ditch the Herd” spot that hits on all points. Not to give the whole thing away,...Show More Summary
Is Microsoft’s Internet Explorer the most secure browser available? It depends who you ask. The latest study published by security research firm NSS Labs says that indeed Microsoft bests Google,... Keep reading ?
Another month, another round of updates to Windows and other Microsoft products as Patch Tuesday rolls around once again. This batch includes two patches rated ‘critical’, both of which affect Internet Explorer and all versions of Windows after XP. More »
Originally published May 24, 2007: I'm an early-20s gay guy turned on by hypnosis. During my adolescent explorations of the internet, I found a site with stories about "mind control," usually involving the seduction of straight men. I was hooked. Show More Summary
Recently, the Department of Labor (DoL) and several other websites were compromised to host a new zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer 8 (CVE-2013-1347). Researchers noted similarities between this attack and earlier ones attributed to Elderwood, a distinct set of tools used to develop several past strategic website compromises. We have not, however, identified any evidence […]
Sometimes all it takes to remember what's important in life is being hit by a bus. This stunning graduation film by Peeranat Tuwarotesakul of Chulalongkorn University explores one man's near death and spiritual rebirth solely through the interplay between the characters and environmental lighting. It's really fantastic. Read more...
A simple Registry change will enable IE to display JSON responses.
This coming Tuesday, Microsoft will issue fixes for 33 vulnerabilities in total, including two critical flaws relating to Internet Explorer, affecting all versions of Windows.
And designed to outperform other tablet-based browsers.
When you consider that browsing the web remains one of the most popular activities on a tablet, it’s surprising the experience isn’t better. People should expect more from the browsing experience on a tablet. Browsing speed has beenShow More Summary
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Users running Internet Explorer 8 — an estimated 23 percent of all IE users — should update their systems with an out-of-band emergency patch to prevent a zero-day flaw.
A security bug in Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 web browser was confirmed by the company on Friday in a security advisory. Reports of attacks began to appear two days earlier when security firm Invincea reported that attacks were carried out against the US Department of Labor and Department of Energy exploiting a new vulnerability in [...]Show More Summary
Microsoft has released a temporary fix for a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8, which was used by hackers in a prominent attack against the U.S. Department of Labor's website. The problem is particularly dangerous since it can allow an attacker to install malware merely by visiting a tampered web page. Show More Summary
Last spring, the inexplicably captivating live stream of brown bears catching salmon surfaced on explore.org and took the internet by storm. But even though it's not quite salmon season yet, that doesn't mean we should deprive ourselves the joys of watching a puppy sleeping in real time for 20 minutes. Read more...