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Xbox 360 set for Kinect controlled Internet Explorer browsing

Xbox 360 set for Kinect controlled Internet Explorer browsing

By 11 May 2012

Xbox 360 users will soon be able to surf the web using Kinect gesture controls as Microsoft works on a modified version of Internet Explorer 9. Currently the Xbox 360’s browsing credentials is restricted to media results via Bing voice search. However,... >>

Edgar Wright: I'm Brandon Generator

Edgar Wright: I'm Brandon Generator

By 13 April 2012

Episode one of The Random Adventures of Brandon Generator, the interactive comic book produced by Internet Explorer to show off the talents of IE9 and HTML5, is now available on line and Pocket-lint caught up with its writer and co-creator Edgar Wright... >>

Kid friendly IE9 browser lands for Safe Internet Day 2012

Kid friendly IE9 browser lands for Safe Internet Day 2012

By 7 February 2012

Microsoft has once again teamed up with he Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) to release a version of IE9 that is safe for kids to use. The browser has one-click access for Windows users to useful sites such as CEOP.police.uk and... >>

Internet Explorer boss: Chrome 'massive challenge'

Internet Explorer boss: Chrome 'massive challenge'

By 10 January 2012

You may have read earlier this week that Internet Explorer, so long the undisputed king of the browser world, is under serious threat from Google's Chrome for the no.1 crown. Pocket-lint asked Gabby Hegerty, the new Internet Explorer Lead in the UK,... >>

Microsoft gets its IE9 HTML5 game on with Cut the Rope

Microsoft gets its IE9 HTML5 game on with Cut the Rope

By 10 January 2012

Just as it did when it tuned in Last.fm for HTML5 scrobbling, Microsoft is flexing its IE9 HTML5 muscles again - this time by bringing Cut The Rope to the browser, as shown by CEO Steve Ballmer during his keynote presentation. That's right Om Nom lovers,... >>

Internet Explorer to automatically update in future

Internet Explorer to automatically update in future

By 15 December 2011

Google's Chrome browser already does it, but now Microsoft Internet Explorer browser is to offer automatic updates so users don't have to bother wondering whether they have the latest update or not. "Today we are sharing our plan to automatically upgrade... >>

Microsoft tunes in Last.fm for IE9 HTML5 scrobbling

Microsoft tunes in Last.fm for IE9 HTML5 scrobbling

By 14 December 2011

Microsoft has teamed up with music streaming radio service Last.fm for a new online portal to its "three million up and coming unsigned artists." Pocket-lint was invited to a demo of the HTML5-powered site at the tech giant's offices in London and we... >>

Internet Explorer 9 downloaded 2.35m times already

Internet Explorer 9 downloaded 2.35m times already

By 17 March 2011

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 - or IE9 as it's know to it’s mates - has, it seems, lots of new friends. Microsoft has just announced that even though people have been playing with the beta for little over a year – the new browser has been downloaded... >>

Internet Explorer 9
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Internet Explorer 9

By 15 March 2011

For years Internet Explorer has been a bit of a joke; buggy, slow, insecure and breaking web standards. Well, IE 6 might have been all that; IE 7 had so much catching up to do that it didn’t address enough standards, although it did make significant... >>

IE9 anti-tracking feature facing criticism already

IE9 anti-tracking feature facing criticism already

By 15 March 2011

Microsoft released IE9 into the big bad world on 14 March, but already the browser has come under pressure from consumer rights guru Which, who accuses the anti-tracking tool built into the browser of being flawed. The problem seems to occur because IE9... >>