Tag Archives: microsoft
Posted on01. Jun, 2009 by Andrew Watson.
Ok so the title of this post is a little predictable. Microsoft launches a new search engine and suddenly everyone asks if it is the one to knock Google down in size.Â However, one thing I have noticed differently
Posted on27. Jan, 2009 by Andrew Watson.
Microsoft has responded to the recent releases of Firefox, Chrome and Safari with Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8). Microsoft’s Amy Barzdukas has said “We have made IE 8 the best browser for the way people really do use the web”… so how does it rate?
Posted on02. Oct, 2008 by Andrew Watson.
Well the browser market share stats are in for the month of September – and what a month to remember with the début of Google Chrome at the start. How did Chrome do? Did Firefox continue its insatiable growth? Did Safari make any further in roads? Points of note, are the amazing market share already [...]
Posted on01. Jul, 2008 by Andrew Watson.
Microsoft Surface is one of those pieces of technology that marks a milestone. It takes a leap into the natural convergence that we will all see over the next few years. As screens get smaller and lighter and processors get smaller
Posted on02. Mar, 2008 by Andrew Watson.
Popfly is a tool / website from Microsoft, that allows users to create web pages, program snippets, and mashups using the Silverlight applications through a set of online tools. The Mashup Creator is a tool that lets users fit together pre-built blocks in order to mash together different web services and visualization tools.
Posted on19. Oct, 2006 by Andrew Watson.
Yesterday Internet Explorer 7 was released. Having used the IE 7 Beta for some time now, it is such an improvement from IE 6, and finally a match for Firefox. Some of the new features include: Tabbed Browsing The tabbed browsing features of Firefox made surfing so much easier. Often I ended up with 10+ IE browser windows open, [...]