Business, Companies, Internet, Microsoft, Software Programs, VR World

Microsoft’s Project Spartan Becomes Microsoft Edge at BUILD

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Microsoft unveils more details on its new browser at its BUILD conference.

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Technology Security, VR World

No Browser Was Safe at Pwn2Own 2015

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Every major browser fell to the exploits delivered at Pwn2Own.

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Business, Software Programs, VR World

Microsoft Pays People to Say Good Things About IE

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So, even though Microsoft categorically denies doing anything of any sort, I and many of you know that most of what Microsoft does is usually through 3rd parties like SocialChorus that are contracted to take all of the blame for Microsoft in the event that they say something wrong or get caught doing something wrong. And as long as there’s no smoking gun, Microsoft is basically off the hook. So, it came as no surprise that Microsoft got caught trying to pay people for positive posts about Internet Explorer, a browser that is already on its way up from being considered the bottom feeder of

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Companies, Internet, Microsoft, Software Programs

Microsoft releases IE8: Last gasp or a fresh start?

Ever since Microsoft overtook Netscape, its position on the browser market never looked so pale. IE is still used by majority of users world-wide, but market share started to slide with the launch of Mozilla Firefox. Opera is holding its also-ran position (and leading the mobile internet market), Google’s (unpolished) Chrome and Apple’s Surfari are only beginning to nimble the market share, but expect an explosion to happen in the next year. Browser wars are back, and they’re back in full strength: who is going to win? Mozilla Firefox leads the market share of alternative browsers and in some countries, such as Germany – enjoys

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