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Broadcom reveals $20 'Pi in the sky' IoT development widget

'WICED Sense' comes with sensors and wireless so devs can wire things into stuff Broadcom has released a US$20 Internet of Things thing it hopes will give developers a cut-price way to explore the sensor-tised kinds of applications a wired world enables.…

How do I set the default Web browser in Windows 8?

I have a new HP Elitepad running Windows 8.1 and it's great, but I can't figure out how to switch my default Web browser back to Internet Explorer 11 from Chrome? The post How do I set the default Web browser in Windows 8? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

WikiMusical Travels the Web through Song

New York Musical Theatre Festival show explores what it’s like to live and love on the Internet

The Latest Version Of Chrome Finally Fixes How Fonts Look On Windows

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Judge me all you want, but when I used Windows, my browser of choice was Internet Explorer. You know why? Because text in Internet Explorer looked bloody beautiful. Unlike, you know, Chrome, where it was a blurry mess. Seriously, it was painful. Until today. Read more...

Six (Other) Web Browsers Worth Checking Out

Most people are only familiar with the “big five” web browsers — Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera. But there are hundreds of other browsers out there. Most alternative browsers are remade versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Chrome itself is built on Chromium, an open-source browser project; Firefox is... Read More

Six alternative web browsers you should know about

last weekTechnology : GigaOM

How many web browsers are you familiar with? Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera have the vast majority of users, but hundreds of other browsers exist. Are they any good? Here's a closer look. Six alternative web browsers you should know about originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Hackaday Retro Edition: Browser Wars On Solaris

After seeing an earlier Hackaday post on old, old Unix systems loading up our retro edition, [Eugenio] decided he would play out the late 90s browser wars on a few machines of his own. Yes, it’s Internet Explorer vs. Netscape in a fight to the death. Show More Summary

Explore the Absurdity of Life in 'XKCD' Author's Latest Book, 'What If?'

What would happen if you tried to hit a baseball pitched at 90% the speed of light? How much physical space does the Internet take up? Randall Munroe, the author of xkcd, answers these questions and other bizarre queries in his new book...Show More Summary

Exploring GE's Data Lake And Financial Pulse

By Options Calling: In order to further expand their technology infrastructure General Electric (NYSE:GE) has developed a data lake in collaboration with software lab Pivotal for the industrial internet to efficiently assess and store industry-sized big data. Show More Summary

Learn how to turn your hardware napkin sketch into reality at Structure Connect

last weekTechnology : GigaOM

The internet of things is going to change the way established businesses work, but it also offers entrepreneurs a whole new avenue to explore new ideas in hardware and services. Learn how to turn your hardware napkin sketch into reality at Structure Connect originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Microsoft’s plan to rebuild Internet Explorer’s image: Stop calling it Internet Explorer

What would it take for you to give Internet Explorer another chance? What if it wasn’t Internet Explorer any more? During an Ask Me Anything on Reddit last week, engineers working on Internet Explorer discussed everything from reducing...Show More Summary

The Evolution of Texting in Television and Film

Texting is quickly becoming our favorite form of communication — even in movies. YouTube channel Every Frame a Painting explores the evolution of how texting and the Internet have been represented on TV and in theaters. From the 1995...Show More Summary

Microsoft considers renaming Internet Explorer

by Paul Cooper Microsoft developers have “passionately debated” the idea of changing the name of Internet Explorer. Read more about Microsoft considers renaming Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer Struggles To Outrun Its Bad Reputation

A name is a powerful thing. And a name like “Internet Explorer” conjures up a decade of sluggish speeds, limited support, and exploited vulnerabilities. Microsoft claims that the latest version of Internet Explorer has significantly improved beyond its earlier reputation. Show More Summary

An Exploration of How Texting and the Internet Are Shown on Television and in Films

2 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

Tony Zhou (see previously) of Every Frame a Painting explores how texting and the Internet are shown on television and in films. Zhou specifically explores the various ways in which the medium has been experimenting with how to show the experiences associated with both texting and the Internet, and points to Sherlock as a particularly […]

Microsoft wants to rename Internet Explorer to shed negative associations

2 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

Turd-polishing at its finest. What do you think they should call it?

Microsoft Almost Renamed Internet Explorer to Escape its Image

Microsoft has had “passionate” discussions about renaming Internet Explorer to distance the browser from its tarnished image, according to answers from members of the developer team given in a reddit Ask Me Anything session on Thursday. In spite of significant investment in the browser—with the result that Internet Explorer 11 is really quite good—many still... Read More

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