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  1. HTML5 Codec Support New Browser War Or Google Edict?

    To that end, we are changing the spoken and written language of this nation to make it consistent with the form of speech already supported by the Language Creation Society," Tim Sneath, director of the Windows and Silverlight technical evangelism...

  2. Bing vs Google Face-Off Still On: Bing Announces Search Index Boost, Social Results & More

    Microsoft Silverlight 4 although basic functionalities are supposed to still be available on most browsers. The game is still on and after Google announced its new Caffeine search index, it is Bing's turn to tout the future release of its enhanced...

  3. SearchDay | 3 Keys to a Successful Web Presence

    MySpace Mobile Application to Support Microsoft Windows Mobile and Silverlight Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 31, 2009 A new MySpace mobile application set to debut this summer will support Microsoft Windows Mobile as well as Microsoft Silverlight.

  4. Microsoft Search News Out of IE 8 and MIX09

    Microsoft's work with job search site CareerBuilder.com - The largest job search site in the United States is now using the Live Search API and Silverlight, allowing employers to search candidate backgrounds from places like Facebook, blogs...

  5. NBC's Olympic Fool's Gold; Google Comes Home Empty-Handed

    That being said, NBC did many things better this time around (for instance, the Microsoft Silverlight picture quality online is amazing); they just don't deserve a gold medal. The opening ceremony was the biggest television event since the Super...

  6. SearchDay: Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Microsoft Prefers Flash to SilverlightPosted by Eli FeldblumDespite all the controversy over Microsoft using Silverlight to take over the rich internet market from Adobe Flash, most Microsoft sites are still using Flash instead of Silverlight.

  7. Microsoft Prefers Flash to Silverlight

    Despite all the controversy over Microsoft using Silverlight to take over the rich internet market from Adobe Flash, the software giant seems to be not even trying. In fact, even most Microsoft web sites are using Flash instead of Silverlight.

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