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Microsoft is making available for download a first Developer Channel release of Internet Explorer, which provides an early sneak peek of some next-generation IE features.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer team is going public with the status of some of the features it is hoping to support in the next version of IE.
Microsoft has accused Google of bypassing IE privacy preferences to track users as they surf the web, but Google says the workaround is necessary for modern web features such as Facebook 'Like' buttons
Internet Explorer 9 is already coming under fire for its tracking protection feature, which could potentially lead users to think that browsing data is not being tracked when it is
Microsoft will be providing to its partners the "Mango" update (Windows Phone OS 7.X) with an IE 9-based browser this summer, so they can get it to users by fall/holiday 2011. What does it mean, exactly, that Microsoft will have IE9 on a smartphone?
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Microsoft has just passed an important milestone on the road to shipping Internet Explorer 9, releasing a third Platform Preview for download by the public today. They've finally delivered the missing pieces of the HTML5 standard. Is this the last step before a public beta?
Given that I've gone from a Windows Mobile fan to something of a Windows Mobile diehard in my phone use (I've been disappointed with the glacial development and short term solutions of the last two Windows Mobile releases even as I've enjoyed new features and the best mobile browser anywhere - Skyfire not Mobile IE, of course), I'm still undecided about how much I like Windows Phone 7.
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Mozilla hosts outreach programs to drive Web standards and has special version of Firefox for China, where browser landscape features IE clones.
Mozilla vice president Mike Shaver has criticized Google's Chrome Frame, claiming it renders many of Internet Explorer's features "less effective". I have one question: Why is Mozilla getting caught up in the whole IE/Chrome Frame debate?
Even though Microsoft already released the final standalone version of Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8) in March, the company is continuing to add new functionality to the version of IE 8 that is bundled with Windows 7. Example: a new tab-responsiveness capability.
Microsoft released the final version of Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8) to the Web exactly a week ago. But that doesn't mean users and developers are satisfied. Instead, many are champing at the bit to get Microsoft to commit to their favorite missing features for IE 9.
The last we heard from a Microsoft source was that you would need to buy a new Windows Mobile device to get the Internet Explorer Mobile 6.1 web browser. WMExperts posted on the rumored Sprint Diamond ROM update that shows MSIE 6.0 in the list of new/different features. If the Sprint Touch Diamond can support IE Mobile 6 then there are a host of even more powerful devices (Touch Pro, XPERIA X1, etc.) that should be able to support it too with an update.
Chrome and Safari fared worse than Opera, Firefox and IE in a set of tests evaluating the security of browsers' password-management features
The plug-ins, the add-ons, the "download and use with" programs. So many people have been on about the "porn mode" InPrivate feature, the coloured tabs and the accelerator features, but what seems to be missing from the blogosphere is the entire gallery of additional software for the product.
In the IE 8 Beta 2 Reviewers' Guide, Microsoft provides a list of what it considers the most alluring features for business users of IE 8, the final version of which is expected this November.
Just back from Microsoft's London Internet Explorer 8 beta 2 briefing, held in the very nice Soho Hotel in the heart of London's West End. It was a valuable experience, and one that had everyone talking afterwards.
Perspectives, hatched at Carnegie Mellon, thwarts so-called "Man in the Middle" attacks on SSH (secure) sites by creating a virtual notary that can check the validity of an unsigned security certificate.
When Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 browser makeover ships later this year, it will feature several nifty privacy features aimed at giving surfers control over their Web footprints.One week after bloggers discovered clues that IE 8 will include a private browsing (ahem, porn mode), Microsoft used the official IE blog to discuss four new granular controls in the browser.
No doubt, Microsoft has been holding back some features that will be added to the new IE 8 Beta 2 test build. Istartedsomething's Long Zheng blogged on August 20 about one such possibility: Private browsing, a k a "porn mode."
Amid all the hubbub about the first beta of IE 8 the security features haven't gotten a lot of attention. Part of the problem is that Microsoft hasn't disclosed a lot, but it does appear that the browser will block malware.
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