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  1. 7 Stages of “Do Not Track” Grief: A Survival Guide for Analysts & Online Marketers

    There is little over a month to go until Microsoft releases Windows 8 along with their newest embedded Internet Explorer 10 browser that will feature Do Not Track enabled by default. If someone were to visit your site and analyze the source code...

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

    However, Mozilla claims that Internet Explorer (IE) will be the only browser able to run in the classic environment under Windows RT, at the expense of rival browsers like Firefox, Safari and Chrome. By allowing only IE to perform the advanced...

  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. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Google, which has been getting heat over tracking Safari and Internet Explorer users, is expected to enable do-not-track in its Chrome Web browser by the end of this year, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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

    As an aside, IE does the same, but using a different mechanism: in Internet Explorer, getting around user settings is even easier, from a technical standpoint. As of January 2012, five browsers split the majority of the market: Mozilla’s Firefox...

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

    Oddly, though, Microsoft’s “discovery” comes two days after TAP blog published Internet Explorer privacy protections also being circumvented by Google, Facebook, and many more, by Carnegie Mellon University Associate Professor Lorrie Faith Cranor.

  7. Browser Wars: How Chrome Overtook Firefox for the First Time

    Internet Explorer, the incumbent for years still remains king of the pile, but even Microsoft has to be looking at their dropping share as an impending challenge to keep up with Google. Perhaps they decided they needed to increase the pace and...

  8. Battle of the Browsers: Impacting Search Share

    For a long time, Internet Explorer was the dominant web browser, but over the years Firefox emerged as a strong second player. Considering that more than 60 percent of the core searches in the U.S.in February were performed on an Internet Explorer...

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

    The differences and reactions almost mirror the battle between DVD formats years ago or moves of early Internet Explorer browsers against others. HTML5 Codec Support New Browser War Or Google Edict? The announcement met with mixed reaction - some...

  10. Everyone Is Rushing To Stop FTC's Do Not Track Registry, Why?

    If the Google Analytics and Internet Explorer's new browser have a switch perhaps the IAB should be suggesting an override for approved sites. Ghostery helps consumers discover which companies are tracking them when they visit a website, learn more...