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    On the Internet Explorer team we love the web, and we’re always looking for ways to make it better. Today we’re excited to announce our partnership with DailyBurn.com , which lets you make the most of the browser on your phone, tablet and IE for Xbox 360. DailyBurn allows users to sync their...
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    Today we’re excited to announce our partnership with The Webby Awards to unveil the new Winners Gallery + Archive using the best of IE10 capabilities and the latest web standards. Every year, The Webbys honors outstanding achievement online including beautiful site experiences and sets the standard for...
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    A message from the Internet Explorer Developer Relations team… Today we’re excited to announce the online debut of Thief of Thieves: Experience , an interactive online game based on the comic book series from Robert Kirkman and Skybound, his imprint at Image Comics. The site is a showcase of the new...
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    Back in March at Internet Explorer's Badger Palooza event at the 2012 SXSW Interactive festival we unveiled an arcade machine running Internet Explorer 9 featuring an HTML5 game based on the popular animated short film “Marshmallow People” from FilmCow . It was so popular, we’ve made the game, developed...
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    Today, we are announcing the launch of Dev Unplugged , a contest that challenges web developers to push the limits of a modern browser without the use of plug-ins. We believe that HTML5 and related technologies, in conjunction with faster and faster browsers, finally give developers the tools they need...
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    Over the past couple months, we’ve had pleasure of working on some amazing projects. Today, we’re excited to share with you one of our latest collaborations with musical artists The xx on their sophomore album release, titled Coexist. This is the only place you can listen to Coexist prior...
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    This past April, we teamed up with NAMCO BANDAI Games America to launch WorldsBiggestPacMan.com at MIX11. It was an instant, viral phenomenon and in its first week over 242 million PAC-DOTS™ were eaten, 2.2 million mazes were played and over 10 thousand new mazes were created. WBPM caught the imagination...
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    Over the past few months, we’ve been helping developers get their sites ready for Internet Explorer 10. Like web standards, browsers evolve , and our approach to the browser continues to evolve. With IE10, our work with developers is focused on writing HTML5 & CSS3 code that works reliably...
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    We continue to see good momentum around Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7 this month. In the US, IE9 has now passed 17% usage share on Windows 7 as of the last few days in May . As we mentioned last month , we built IE9 to help developers unleash faster and richer web experiences by tapping into the capabilities...
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    In case you’ve missed it, MIX11 is right around the corner .  MIX is *the* place to be to get deep on key web technologies and products from Microsoft.  Earlier, we highlighted some of the top sessions related to IE9 and HTML5.  But MIX isn’t just about getting a first look at the latest...
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    As we mentioned last week, we had the opportunity to sponsor and participate in the first ever W3C HTML5 Developer Conference, W3Conf. Billed as “Practical Standards for Web Professionals” and focusing on “HTML5 and the Open Web Platform”, the conference provided two days of fantastic content and discussion...
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    We are pleased to announce that today we are releasing the Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate (RC). For a more detailed description of our approach in building and shipping the IE9 RC, you should read our engineering team’s post on the IE Blog . The IE9 RC is feature complete and is available...
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    I mentioned last month that we would be down in Austin, TX for SXSW. Since then there has been plenty of speculation and interest as to what might be happening. Exactly twelve months from the first Platform Preview of IE9, on Monday March 14th we will celebrate the developers and designers who are making...
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    Sometimes less really is more. That was the premise of the recently concluded 10K Apart , a contest for web developers to see how far their imagination could go using modern web technologies and only 10 thousand bytes of code. To help you visualize just how meager 10 KB is, here are some comparisons...
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