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  1. Microsoft Kills Sponsored Post Program After Attracting Matt Cutts' Attention

    Neither Social Chorus nor Hanano has responded publicly to the sponsored posts campaign they were doing on behalf of Microsoft for the Internet Explorer team, aside from Hanano confirming in his tweet that he had emailed Hanano and CC'd members of...

  2. Google, Mozilla Accuse Microsoft of Restricting Browser Choice in Windows 8

    Mozilla has accused Microsoft of failing in its commitment to give Windows users a choice in browsers, a charge that previously saw Microsoft become the subject of a U.S.antitrust case. The accusations relate to Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8...

  3. Google Chrome Briefly Steals Browser Lead From Internet Explorer

    Google Chrome recently became the most popular browser in use on the web, overtaking Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE), before falling back into second place. StatCounter revealed that on Saturday, March 18, Chrome's browser market share surpassed...

  4. The Trouble with Tribbles: Beyond Google’s Cookiegate Browser Settings Hype

    Microsoft discovered Google and Facebook have also been circumventing their browser settings, though due to the ineffectiveness of a system called P3P. As an aside, IE does the same, but using a different mechanism: in Internet Explorer, getting...

  5. Microsoft Snipes (Only) at Google Over Browser Settings Circumvention Controversy

    Authored by Dean Hachamovitch, IE Corporate Vice President, Microsoft’s post goes on to tell users how their browser settings woes can be solved: Microsoft released a blog post Monday condemning Google in light of the controversy over their...

  6. Microsoft Wants You to Search the Web Like Miley Cyrus

    Microsoft could design a system that gives users a list of characteristics that act as identifiers for predetermined personas, ie.supermodel, fashionista, football quarterback. Microsoft’s U.S.patent application, “Applying a Model of Persona to...

  7. Battle of the Browsers: Impacting Search Share

    With Microsoft still controlling the lion's share of computer operating systems, their packaging of Bing with IE would seem to benefit its cause. More recently, both Mozilla (with Firefox 4) and Microsoft (with IE9) introduced new versions of their...