Reality Check: Microsoft’s IE10 energy-efficiency claims

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team has made big strides in recent years, supporting HTML5 and other web standards, collaborating on cool projects that show the potential of the web, betting big on touch input and generally attempting to make IE more cool. But I had to chuckle this weekend as I dug into some new data released… Read More


Hunger Games: Microsoft and Lionsgate push limits of HTML5 with new site

Is this a glimpse of the future? Lionsgate this morning released a new website that promotes the next “Hunger Games” movie using HTML5 and responsive design to provide a customized experience that works across desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. The “Hunger Games Explorer,” as it’s called, is the film studio’s latest partnership with Microsoft’s Internet… Read More


Microsoft releases IE10 preview for Windows 7

If you wanted to try out Internet Explorer 10 but are holding off on Windows 8, Microsoft is answering your call. The Redmond software giant today released an IE10 preview for Windows 7 users. IE10 was previously only available on Windows 8. Last month, Microsoft blogged about this and followed up on its promise of… Read More


Pulse news site shows potential of Microsoft’s IE10

Pulse, the popular news app for iPad, iPhone and Android, released a new version of its service for the web today, working with Microsoft to provide a glimpse of the potential for the new Internet Explorer 10 browser, particularly on touch-enabled Windows machines. Microsoft points to the site as an example of apps transitioning back… Read More