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Avoid Internet Explorer Until Microsoft Fixes This Flaw

It's not Microsoft's fault, but bogus digital certificates issued in India threaten all secure transactions made using Internet Explorer.

‘WiFi’, A Short Film Exploring What Happens When the Internet Goes Down

17 hours agoOdd : Laughing Squid

“I feel so alone. No Instagram, no Snapchat.” “WiFi” is a short film by writer and director Julian Smith that explores what happens when the Internet goes down. Suddenly everyone can “jog” again. via Viral Viral Videos

AVG's 'Secure Search' Toolbar May Create Security Risk

A flaw in the AVG Secure Search toolbar for Internet Explorer leaves users vulnerable to cyberattackers, a security report shows.

Great Job, Internet!: Explore the dark, moody art of Steven Spielberg’s animated Cats

Every now and then, art from Steven Spielberg’s long-abandoned animated adaptation of Cats, the hit musical that became one of Broadway’s longest running shows via its surefire combination of obscure children’s poetry and adults running...Show More Summary

Configuring the emulation mode of an Internet Explorer WebBrowser control

Helper class for configuring which version of Internet Explorer is used by the WebBrowser control when hosted in a Windows Forms or WPF application.

Add custom search engines to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer

When it comes to support for different search engines, it is Firefox that takes the crown. Not only is it the only browser of the big four that features a separate search form natively, it is also giving you great control over the browser's search functionality. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Here’s a detailed map of the fictional city where every movie takes place

Movie buffs may remember a time when the neighborhood video store, that rapidly-vanishing pop cultural institution, seemed like a gateway to an infinite number of worlds, each aisle offering customers novel places to explore and fresh sights to see. Show More Summary

Browser Wars: Firefox vs. Chrome vs. Opera, The Definitive Benchmark

If you could only choose one browser, which one would it be? Which is best: Firefox, Chrome or Opera? We’ll show you. The war between web browsers has become more diverse as Internet Explorer, the former giant of the space, has given up ground. Show More Summary

Engadget Daily: the evolution of Second Life, taxi-hailing apps and more!

Today, we take an in-depth look at taxi-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft, explore the world of Android Wear, ponder the evolution of Second Life and investigate Aaron Swartz's path from internet activist to martyr. Read on for Engadget's news...

Great Job, Internet!: Explore the happy side of cinematic conflict with “Great Showdowns”

For the past four years, artist Scott C. (a.k.a. Scott Campbell) has been gracing the Internet with his amazing drawing series “Great Showdowns.” The concept is simple—Campbell picks a movie, draws two antagonistic or opposing elements...Show More Summary

A New Doc Explores The Bright Life And Sudden Death Of Aaron Swartz

Documentary maker Brian Knappenberger talks about his new film, the life and legacy of Aaron Swartz, and the troubling trends that survive the Internet activist. Documentary maker Brian Knappenberger would have been more than happy to...Show More Summary

Internet Explorer 11 Syncs Your Passwords Across Your Windows Devices

With the latest versions of its desktop and mobile operating systems, Microsoft synchronizes passwords for websites people visit with the Internet Explorer browser. The sync service means that a password entered on IE11 on Windows 8.1 will be migrated to IE11 running on Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft said in a blog post on Monday. IE11... Read More

Microsoft Kills Sponsored Post Program After Attracting Matt Cutts' Attention

When your social media campaign attracts the attention of Google's chief spam fighter Matt Cutts, it usually isn't a good sign. That's what happened after a company sought sponsored posts from bloggers to promote Internet Explorer for Microsoft.

The role of Wi-Fi in the Internet of Things

This article is part of a series exploring the role of networking in the Internet of Things. In my previous post we evaluated a point-to-point networking technology, specifically Bluetooth, to determine its applicability to our building monitoring and energy application. …

Internet Explorer collab lets your browser fly around the Gargantia fleet

It's a video game you can play on the browser; it shows off the open source graphics engine Turbulenz. It's called Sky Courier, and this browser game puts you in the seat of apowered glider from Gargantia, in which you have to then run missions flying around town like Ami and the girls. Show More Summary

GIF of the Day: Nick Briz

3 weeks agoArts : Art Fag City

This GIF is attributed to Nick Briz, but mostly it belongs to the Internet. Animated GIF star backgrounds have been used since the mid-90's both for their beauty and their ability to convey the idea of exploration of space. In Briz's...Show More Summary

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