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Microsoft Edge is already good enough for me to drop Chrome

From the tarnished ashes of Internet Explorer came Microsoft Edge, an all-new browser built from the ground up for Windows 10. When we first went hands-on with the browser – then still called Project Spartan – we thought it brought some...Show More Summary

Microsoft confirms its new Edge browser won't support Silverlight

Microsoft has already announced that its new Microsoft Edge web browser in Windows 10 will not be using many of the features that were a part of its old Internet Explorer browsers. That includes support for ActiveX-based plug-ins. Today, Microsoft confirmed that the ditching of ActiveX also means Edge won't support the company's own Silverlight web-based media player.

WebDev: How to Use NGROK to Test a Local Site for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer

I recently wrote about RemoteIE which is a tool created to help developers on non-Windows OS’es to test for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11. It uses Microsoft’s RemoteApp virtualization software to create a browsing session without...Show More Summary

5 New Windows 10 features you may like

Windows 10 ships with several big changes and features, for instance Cortana, the digital voice controlled assistant or Microsoft Edge, a new web browser that replaces Internet Explorer as the default browser on systems running Windows 10, or that applications run in windows on the desktop now and not anymore fullscreen. Show More Summary

IE falls below 55% market share as Chrome and Firefox gain

In June 2015, we saw Microsoft Edge branding finally show up in Windows 10, as well as the first full month of Chrome 43 and Firefox 38 availability. Now we’re learning that Microsoft’s current browser, Internet Explorer, has finally fallen below the 55 percent market share mark. The news is a stark reminder that for […]

China's new national security law covers everything from space to cults

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

China's top legislature on Tuesday adopted a sweeping new national security law touching on everything from the military and economy to the environment, religion, the Internet, food safety and space exploration, saying the country needed to bolster legal measures in the face of "ever-growing security...

Safari isn't the new IE: it's the user-centric web

There's an op-ed that's making the rounds—Ars Technica re-published it—with a fairly provocative and sensational tile: Safari is the new Internet Explorer. It argues that Apple has become complacent with Safari and is letting it languish...Show More Summary

Op-ed: Safari is the new Internet Explorer

If devs build a modern Web app ecosystem sans Safari, maybe Apple can move beyond 2010.

Windows 10: You Can Finally Try Out Microsoft’s Exciting New Edge Browser

Microsoft Edge is the name of the one of the most important new features in Windows 10: the new web browser that will eventually replace Internet Explorer (IE). Up until now, the company wasn’t ready to let users testing Windows 10 beta releases check out the minimal new browser intended to make people forget about how stale IE has grown. Show More Summary

W10M: Microsoft Edge now supports background playback for videos and music

Windows 10 brings a handful of new goodies. One of the major new features on Windows 10 is Edge – Microsoft’s new browser which replaces Internet Explorer on Windows 10 Mobile. Microsoft Edge comes with a new rendering engine, design, some new features and much more. Microsoft has been adding new features to Microsoft Edge […]

The creepiest and most bizarre stories told by people who explored the internet's hidden websites

Someone on Reddit recently asked the simple question "What's your deep web story?" In other words, the Redditor was asking people to share any weird experiences they had encountered while using anonymous web services like Tor to access secret websites. Show More Summary

Our Bodies, Our Machines: Inside The "New Intimacy" Of The Digital Age

Internet porn, techno-lust, and machine-powered sex are explored in new media artist Faith Holland's exhibit, Technophilia. Ethernet cords glisten, as though lubricated with Astroglide. Anonymously volunteered semen shots become hyper-colored collages. Show More Summary

IEEE Internet of Things Initiative Launches “IoT Scenarios” Contributor Program to Explore Real World Applications and Foster IoT Architecture Development

IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, announced today that the Future Directions IEEE Internet of Things (IoT) Initiative has launched a new program to foster the sharing of real world IoT applications across all domains. The IEEE IoT Scenarios contributor program has been created to help those working in […]

Vibrating Illusions Depict Web-Based Behaviors

All images courtesy of the artist. Over the past few years, Ithaca-­based new media artist Laura Brothers has been exploring the internet in a creative way, merging a classic but effective process with her deep understanding of the world-wide web. Show More Summary

9 Celebrities I'd Love to Be BFFs With

Author Elyssa Friedland's page-turning debut novel, Love and Miss Communication, explores the rewards and complexities of female friendships among other hot topics like Internet addiction and why we always want what we can't have. And...Show More Summary

Richard Branson and Coca-Cola invest $500 million to compete against SpaceX satellite internet

Richard Branson is pushing his space exploration further toward the goal of launching civilian space journeys. Branson says he’ll be the first person aboard the spaceship, after test pilots deem the spacecraft is ready. In the meantime, Branson and to

A+ Podcast Episode Four: The Baby Queer Years

Our baby queer years were a confusing yet special time in our lives with lots of mishaps talking to girls in bars, exploring the lesbian internet, coming out to friends and navigating our first loves. Get in here and listen to the latest A+ Podcast!

Russia's Internet Propaganda Farm Is Being Dragged To Court For Labor Violations

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

While propaganda is everywhere, we've been exploring lately how Putin's Russia has been taking Internet disinformation to an entirely new level. Numerous whistleblowers and media reports have spent the last year or so unearthing Russian...Show More Summary

Couldn’t have happened to a more PC company…

FireFox at one point was the sole real answer to Internet Explorer.  Microsoft had crushed Netscape, through whatever means, and there existed really no viable opportunities.  FireFox came along, innovated and grew rapidly.  At one point, its market share was 25.1%. Show More Summary

Windows 10’s Edge Browser Might Replace Google’s Chrome – Here’s Why

Internet Explorer has been around since ages as a default browser from Windows. With the upcoming release of Windows 10, the browser is going to be replaced by Edge. The newest update from Microsoft indicates that this cutting ‘Edge’ performance oriented browser will certainly overtake the way we’ve been browsing the web till now. Show More Summary

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