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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
Internet Explorer 11 is now available to all Windows 7 users
Technology Bites / 11/8/13
All Windows 7 users will get the IE11, if you have already installed Developer or Release Preview version of the browser you will get it right now, otherwise the latest version of IE will come in phases and within few weeks automatic update will rollout to ...
Microsoft Brings Internet Explorer 11 For Its Windows 7 Users
Headlines & Global News / 11/8/13
Microsoft rolls out Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7
Computer Business Review / 11/8/13
Microsoft has launched its Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) browser version for the users of Windows 7 operating system. Being offered globally in 95 languages, the new browser will be available via an update automatically in the coming weeks, initially with users ...
Microsoft reveals official Internet Explorer anime
PCR-online.biz / 11/8/13
Microsoft has revealed an official anime 'personification' of Internet Explorer. Inori Aizawa is being used by Microsoft to market the web browser to Asian countries, and will star in a video screened at the Anime Festival Asia in Singapore over the weekend.
Microsoft delivers Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7
V3.co.uk / 11/8/13
It will also be pushed out to Windows 7 users via the Automatic Updates service over the coming weeks, starting with customers already running the Developer and Release Preview versions of the browser that were made available previously. IE11 is the ...
Internet Explorer 11 made available for Windows 7 users
HEXUS / 11/8/13
The latest version of the Internet Explorer browser has been made available by Microsoft for its older Windows 7 OS. This free update can be downloaded from here, however Windows 7 users with auto-update turned on should receive the option to install it as ...
Enhanced Steam Adds Price History, Game Info to Steam in Your Browser
LifeHacker India / 11/7/13
Chrome/Firefox/Opera: Just in case you weren't completely overjoyed with Steam (and similar sales ) already, Enhanced Steam is a browser extension that adds a ton of extra info to Steam in your browser. With the extension enabled, you'll see additional boxes with info like how long a game will take to complete, which DLC you already own, and price history information (though we'd still recommend IsThereAnyDeal.com for even better price tracking). It will also automatically bypass the annoying age check for you ...
Google Inc. (GOOG) Chrome Is Users' Favorite With 34% Browser Market [STUDY]
Dazeinfo / 11/6/13
... Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox. According to the recent report from Shareaholic – which tracked usage of browsers by web dwellers – Chrome is dominating over Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer with 34.68% market share. ... Browser Market Share & Growth. If we analyse growth rate, out of 8 browsers listed above Android native browser grew fastest at the rate of 26.75% from January 2013 – September 2013, due to increasing usage of Android powered smartphones. Chrome increased its ...
Yes, Political Campaigns Follow Your Browser History
Fast Company / 11/5/13
technology. Yes, Political Campaigns Follow Your Browser History. For political races in 2013, it's common for campaigns to microtarget ads to your web history, consumer purchasing habits, age, ethnicity, and more. ... What many people don't realize is that political advertisements on the Internet are highly targeted, and are the result of marrying Internet browser histories to census records and aggregate marketing data purchased from voters. By triangulating all three sources, political campaigns can microtarget the ...
10 (Other) Websites to Delete From Your Browser
Men's Fitness / 11/1/13
That's disgusting!) This is a listing of the average time it takes to complete various video games. While outing yourself as a closeted Dungeons & Dragons Online player is bad enough, the URL isn't doing your browser history any favors, either. howlongtobeat.