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Microsoft Responds To IE Mouse Position Behavior Issue

12/14/2012, We talked about the security vulnerability that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer experienced where the mouse position behavior issue started to heat up newswires all over the Internet, and Microsoft is quick on the double to release a statement that they...

Microsoft Investigates IE’s Mouse Tracking Flaw

12/13/2012, There were whispers going around yesterday concerning yet another Internet Explorer vulnerability (what’s new?) which enabled one to track your mouse cursor just about anywhere on the screen, never mind if the browser is not even being used actively....

Microsoft Launches Compelling Internet Explorer Advert

11/29/2012, Microsoft wants to turn the tables around in favor of its very own Internet Explorer browser. Criticisms thrown at the IE browser aren’t new. In fact, the norm that Internet Explorer sucks has been passed down from generations. It was not an easy...

Internet Explorer bug fix pushed to the masses

09/17/2012, Microsoft has strongly encouraged Windows users earlier this morning to install a free piece of security software which is said to be able to offer protection for PCs from a newly discovered bug that is making its rounds on those using the Internet...

Google Apps stops support for Internet Explorer 8

09/16/2012, Internet search giant Google has decided that their Google Apps cloud-based enterprise email and collaboration platform will no longer offer support for Internet Explorer 8, and when you read between the lines for that, it would mean you would be forced...

Australian retailer Kogan to start charging Internet Explorer 7 tax

06/14/2012, When it comes to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the browser has received quite a bit of flak and has spawned countless memes that make fun of it when compared to other browsers, such as Google’s Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Opera, etc. Now it seems that...

Internet Explorer gets a bigger slice of the pie

04/02/2012, Internet Explorer, the Web browser from Microsoft that has long been losing its vast market share with the rise of upstarts (post Netscape Navigator) in the form of Mozilla’s Firefox, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome, has in a rare reversal, reported...

Internet Explorer introduces automatic upgrades

12/15/2011, For those of you who use Internet Explorer as the default browser, here is some good news – Microsoft is not going to let you sit back and do nothing about the browser version, but has every intention to automatically upgrade your Internet Explorer...

Internet Explorer global browser share dips below 50% mark

11/02/2011, Microsoft executives would definitely sit up and take notice that their Internet Explorer global browser share has just dropped below the 50% mark sometime during the month of October – something that had never happened before in over a decade....

Internet Explorer 9 web browser share in the US almost hits 35%

11/01/2011, Great news for fans and developers of Internet Explorer – Microsoft has just announced that 65% of Windows 7 users are now using modern browsers to surf the web – this means that they are surfing the web on browsers like Internet Explorer 9, Google...

WebKit browsers catching up to Firefox (updated)

06/03/2011,   While Firefox is having trouble surpassing Internet Explorer’s market share in the browser wars, it looks like it has another competitor right at its heels – browsers that run the WebKit web page renderer, in the form of Google Chrome and...