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More Users Now Use Google Chrome than Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome is now trailing behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, which is still the world’s most used browser. For the past few years, Chrome, has maintained its number three spot, when it comes to browser usage compared to Firefox that has steadily maintained its second spot, well, except for this month.Read the rest of the article »
Microsoft sends out its love for Mozilla, as the IE team delivers a congratulatory cupcake for the Firefox 5 release.
Microsoft delivered a congratulatory cupcake for Mozilla, following the successful release of Firefox 5. However, this is not the first time that Microsoft sent Mozilla a tasty congratulatory treat.
Back in 2008, the Internet Explorer team sent a cake with the launch of Firefox 3. Then a smaller cake came last March when Mozilla unleashed Firefox 4. This time, Microsoft sent our their love for Mozilla with a cupcake, and a “Congratulations on shipping” note at the flap of the box.
So what’s the point of Microsoft sending sweets to Mozilla if they’re not laced with poison? It’s just a friendly competition. Although IE and Mozilla are competing Internet browsers, Microsoft is still the winner — since the latter allows Windows-based users to shop for online Microsoft products, watch videos with Microsoft ads, and even use Bing.
Basically, the cupcake is Microsoft’s way of reminding Mozilla that no matter how successful they are now, Internet Explorer is just lurking in the shadows. Ready to strike any moment.View Article Source »
The Chrome icon on your OS is now on 2D. This is not some glitch, it's for real. Google has downgraded the Chrome icon from 3D to 2D.
Make way guys, Google Chrome has a new icon, more simple and defined. Ready?
Today, Internet titan Google has announced that they are indeed changing their Chrome icon into a new one.Read the rest of the article »
Microsoft's IE9 is making another huge buzz, as reports are telling that the ninth iteration of the web browser will come on March 24 (or is it 14?).
A rogue tweet from MSDN India’s official Twitter account has apparently stated the IE9’s release date. Though it’s been deleted since, there are reports saying that MSDN India tweeted the release of IE9 will be in time for the Tech.Ed 2011. Set to take place in Bangalore, India on March 23 – 25, the rumors seems likely. Internet Explorer and Windows Live General Manager, Brian Hall, is set to give a keynote speech on March 24 at the said event.
However, another rumor suggests that people need not to wait until March 24. Another report says that Microsoft will launch the IE9 at the SWSX Conference on March 14. Equally, Microsoft has an IE party on that same date. But the official occasion is said to “Celebrate the Beauty of the Web”. Nevertheless, both rumors are still hearsay.
As soon as the official announcement is out, Gadg will let you know.View Article Source »
Microsoft is introducing a new feature - Tracking Protection - to Internet Explorer (IE) 9. Can users really be able to control what can track them online? Or is it just an ad blocker in disguise?
According to Microsoft officials, Big Red is introducing a new feature called Tracking Protection to Internet Explorer 9. The new feature will be part of the Release Candidate test build for IE 9, which is due early next year. The Tracking Protection will be an opt-in mechanism, and will enable users to control what third-party site content can track them whenever online.Read the rest of the article »
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