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Big plans to roll platform across other 'key courses'.
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Google pulls Glass from market
Promises future versions.
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Internet Explorer zero-day fix in pipeline
Four of eight patches rated critical.
Oct 6 2013 10:00AM
IE wins on privacy, loses on blocking malicious sites
NSS Labs probes browsers.
Jul 26 2013 7:00AM
Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7
Wipes floor with Chrome in HTML5 Minesweeper.
Feb 27 2013 8:00AM
Microsoft to start auto IE updates
Hopes to regain share from Chrome.
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Mozilla release Firefox Bing edition
For Bing lovers and perhaps some non-Google revenue.
Oct 28 2011 7:08AM
Analysis: Is the Internet Explorer IQ test a fake?
Update: The company behind it now says yes.
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AptiQuant bears brunt of 'angry' IE users
Says hate mail flows after intelligence quip.
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Mozilla fires first 'rapid release' Firefox 5
Android gets Do Not Track support.
Jun 23 2011 7:00AM
Microsoft distributes 17 patches for 64 flaws
Fixes for Internet Explorer, SMB as the month's most pressing.
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Microsoft offers Internet Explorer 10 preview
Four weeks after IE9 release.
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Microsoft fixes 64 flaws in April patch
Fix pending for vulnerability that is being exploited.
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IE6 inside IE8 tool raises UniBrows
IE6 fix for business applications released.
Mar 18 2011 5:36AM
Non-Microsoft hypervisors miss IE9 acceleration
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Attackers use Windows flaw to target activists on Google
Politically motivated, highly targeted.
Mar 14 2011 5:54AM
Safari and IE8 broken in moments at pwn2own
Contest hacker no-show continues Google Chrome's reign as most-secure browser.
Mar 11 2011 9:23AM
Zero-day IE flaw not in Microsoft Patch Tuesday
Vulnerability stays unpatched.
Mar 7 2011 11:54AM
Internet Explorer 9 to include privacy opt-in feature
"Tracking protection lists" to be used.
Dec 8 2010 2:01PM
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