The NYTimes' spectacular multimedia feature "Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek," is incredible. The elegant design and tasteful extras only contribute to the gripping narrative. It's everything we've been promised about the journalism of the future. But if you're looking at it on Internet Explorer 8, you're…
According to Net Applications, Internet Explorer's market share in April was 59.95%, an F+ in total world browser domination. The last time it was that low was in 1999 when Microsoft's latest and greatest browser offering was IE4. What gives?
Click to viewMicrosoft has apparently decided that a good way to promote Internet Explorer 8 is by attacking Chrome over privacy concerns. Like, say, right here in this video. But something doesn't add up.
People try so hard to extend laptop battery life—going blind staring at dimmed screens, developing repetitive stress injuries by ditching mice—that they can miss the obvious. Like browser choice, which apparently have a huge impact on battery life.
Dean Cain helps us overcome "Sharing Heavily Yet Not Enough Sharing Still" (S.H.Y.N.E.S.S) with this commercial for IE8. It doesn't make up for Lois and Clark, but he is definitely funny in this.
Here at CES 2009 in Las Vegas, Steve Ballmer has kicked off his speech wearing Bill Gates' old shoes. Was TechCrunch right about the speech's contents? Update: Here's video of the keynote:
IE 8 has been marinating for some time, and press info and betas had provided a solid picture of its features. Now TGDaily has taken a good look at a near-complete version of the browser.