Following the release of Internet Explorer 11, Google Apps says sayonara to IE 9.
You've seen that rather dynamic Internet Explorer 9 ad, haven't you? The one that's pulsating and powerful? Well, here's a slightly different take.
Internet Explorer is still saddled with a reputation for being slow and behind the technology curve. Its developers clearly want to change that.
It may be a stretch for Microsoft to mention 'beauty' and its software in the same breath. But these are radical times. And for IE8, after all, the company did offer us... puke.
Steve Ballmer showed off the now-available HTML5 version of the popular game Cut the Rope during his final CES keynote.
Microsoft wants to show developers what's in store with Internet Explorer so they can build better Web sites. The move is just what Google and Mozilla already do.
Rated critical, the new security update fixes eight different holes in Internet Explorer 9 and also resolves several non-security issues.
Rolled out yesterday on Microsoft's "Patch Tuesday," the latest update for Internet Explorer 9 resolves a variety of vulnerabilities and throws in a few non-security updates as well.
Microsoft's latest version of its browser is catching on, though not fast enough to reverse IE's overall slide. Also: Apple's iOS now accounts for 2.2 percent of OSes used to surf the Web.
The two most-used browsers just got updates, with Mozilla's ahead of Microsoft's in real-world use. But Chrome and Safari are the ones that gained share.