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Goodbye IE, say hello to Cortana Capable Browser Codename Project Spartan

22 hours agoTechnology : Techtektek

Microsoft has always been the biggest brand in the software industry, and Internet Explorer too became the top browser when it crushed Netscape in 2003, but the lack of quality innovations inside Internet Explorer made it dull and slow. Show More Summary

Dia Art Foundation commissions Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi for new Artist Web Project

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

Dia?s series of Artist Web Projects invites artists who do not typically work in the digital realm to realize artworks that explore the aesthetic and conceptual potentials of the Internet. The next commission in the series is Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi?s Poetry as not, with singing. Show More Summary

Convenience is king – We have too damn much content

In this post I explore a key element of web marketing, SEO and social follower acquisition. I look at a very simple idea which can lead to huge traffic and conversion gains. The internet is built around convenience. We use it to make our lives easy. Show More Summary

The Boston Marathon and Reddit: When the Internet’s deluded amateur-hour detectives ran amok

A new film "The Thread" explores Reddit's bungling "investigation" during the hunt for the Boston Marathon bombers

Microsoft issues cumulative security update to Internet Explorer in Windows 10 build 10049

Microsoft has pushed out a cumulative security update today for Internet Explorer on Windows 10 build 10049. The company has also pushed out an update to the Windows Server Technical Preview and Hyper-V Server Technical Preview that extends the build's expiration date until the next preview is available in May.

Windows and Office get four Critical updates for Patch Tuesday

It's another Patch Tuesday, with this month's update including a slew of security fixes in a cumulative update for Internet Explorer. The most important patch on the list blocks an Office exploit that's already being used in "limited attacks" in the wild.

18-Year-Old Security Flaw Allows Hackers To Steal Credentials From All Versions Of Windows

In 1997, researcher Aaron Spangler discovered a bug in Internet Explorer that allowed an attacker to steal credentials using a protocol known as Windows Server Message Block (SMB). Eighteen years later, a researcher on the Cylance SPEAR research team testing a messaging app with that bug in mind discovered a [...]

What’s the Internet Explorer Gallery All About?

If Internet Explorer is your primary browser, either by choice or because it is forced upon you in your place of work, at some point you’re going to need to come into contact with the Internet Explorer Gallery. Is the Gallery Here to Stay? In truth, the Internet Explorer Gallery has the feel of a project that is about to be abandoned. Show More Summary

The Hidden Biases Our Internet Memes Help Propagate

Welcome to Reading List, a weekly collection of great tech reads from around the web. This week explores the hidden biases of Internet memes, the science of artificial testicles, whether the Apple Watch’s success depends on its ability to turn us all into big jerks, and more! Enjoy. Read more...

How to Run Internet Explorer on Your Mac (and Why You Might Want To)

Choosing your Internet browser is not a decision to be taken lightly, yet it is an issue that very few users give careful consideration to. It’s an ironic fact that while Mac and Windows users will argue over many aspects of their operating systems, they both typically agree that the two default browsers are useless. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: Wired proves the laws of physics don’t apply to Legolas

It should be clear to anyone who’s seen either The Lord Of The Rings or The Hobbit films that the laws of physics don’t apply to flaxen-haired elf prince Legolas. But now a new analysis from Wired explores just how much gravity alters in Legolas’ presence. Show More Summary

UC Browser making the jump to Windows desktops in new beta

Popular alternative web browser UC Browser is now available as a beta for Windows desktop machines. Long one of our favorite alternatives to Internet Explorer on Windows Phone, UC Browser has made the jump to Windows machines.

Farewell Internet Explorer, you were my first : What I’ll miss about IE

Last month, Microsoft’s Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela confirmed reports that Windows 10 will be shipping with a new web browser dubbed Project Spartan. This new browser will take the place of Internet Explorer (IE) as the default browser that … Continue reading ?

Great Job, Internet!: Explore the many lions of the MGM logo through history

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s (MGM) vanity plate, with its roaring lion surrounded by ribbons of golden film reel, is one of those classic looks that seems invincible to the vicissitudes of time and crass corporate rebranding. And while that’s...Show More Summary

This class-action suit against Google just collapsed. That’s a good thing.

Remember when the federal government went to war against Microsoft?At the time, antitrust investigators accused Microsoft of unfairly packaging Internet Explorer into every copy of Windows, making it hard for other browsers to gain traction with consumers. Show More Summary

Krystal South on Value and Art

As the internet works to make many facets of our culture more accessible, the art world is also evolving. It's exciting to see projects that explore the ways artists can directly reach their audiences. Launched by Portland-based artist...Show More Summary

How Rage Quitting and Humble Bragging Have Become Real Things

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Welcome to Reading List, a weekly collection of great tech reads from around the web. This week explores how the internet has spawned a new class of phrasal constructions a la “rage quitting,” whether Bitcoin could work in prison, how department stores have shaped our culture, and more. Enjoy! Read more...

The Challenges For Spartan's 'Kill Internet Explorer' Mission

Love it or hate it, Internet Explorer (IE) has been Microsoft’s window on the web for almost 20 years. In the rapidly evolving online world this is a ripe old age, and now Microsoft has decided it is time for IE to hand over the baton. More »      

“Do Not Track” won’t stop tech companies from tracking you, so who cares that Microsoft disabled it?

2 weeks agoTechnology : Pando Daily

Microsoft has announced that its Internet Explorer web browsers will no longer have the Do Not Track setting enabled by default. This seems like a major blow to online privacy, but it probably won’t have much of an effect on most people who browse the Web. Show More Summary

Microsoft Disables “Do Not Track” As The Default Setting In Internet Explorer

Microsoft today announced that going forward, it will not turn on the “Do Not Track” feature in the upcoming versions of Internet Explorer and Spartan by default. The “Do Not Track” setting in many popular browsers tells websites and their advertisers that you want to opt out of third-party tracking for advertising purposes. All of the major browser vendors,… Read More

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