Open Door Policy: Jacob Rossi from Internet Explorer Talks Web Openness

Jacob Rossi, program manager for Internet Explorer, took a break from all things web to chat with us on his perspective on openness at Microsoft.   If you’re interested in learning more about Jacob’s work, follow him on Twitter. He also participates in a monthly tweet chat on @iedevchat where you can learn more about…

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From Santa’s Village to Your Chimney: NORAD and Internet Explorer Deliver Holiday Cheer to Any Device

Posted by Amy GreenDirector, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Since 1955, Santa fans of all ages have tracked his reindeer-guided route with the help of the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s (NORAD’s) radar, satellites and jet fighters. This year, Microsoft joined the fun to create an interactive experience that extends to any device with the launch…

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Internet Explorer Teams Up with The Hunger Games and Lionsgate for a Revolutionary Web Experience

Posted by Jose Miguel ParrellaMicrosoft Interoperability Strategy If you can’t get enough of The Hunger Games or simply wonder about the recording-breaking buzz this past weekend, check out The Hunger Games Explorer – the go-to destination and online hub for all the latest on the blockbuster series in an interactive and rich web forum.  Part…

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Connecting the Web across a World of Devices

Posted by Amy GreenDirector, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Earlier this month, the Internet Explorer team introduced the concept of Companion Web – a world where web experiences move seamlessly across the multiple screens around us, including our tablets, phones, computers, and televisions. Fueled by the staggering growth – 3.6 million mobile devices and tablets are…

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Taking Contre Jour to the Web with HTML5, Clarity Consulting and Internet Explorer

Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Since 2011, the puzzle-focused game, Contre Jour, has captured the hearts and minds of mobile gamers worldwide with its ability to blend impressive, leading-edge 2D graphics with physics-based, multipoint controls. Created by developer Maksym “Max” Hryniv, the game is a perfect match for the touch capabilities…

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Atari, Internet Explorer, and HTML5 Bring Back the Classics

Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations In celebration of the 40th anniversary of its first arcade games – classics like Pong, Asteroids, and Missile Command – Atari partnered with Internet Explorer and Grant Skinner to create the new Atari Arcade that features eight classic games with more titles to come. As a leading pioneer…

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Get your Hunger Games fix via Internet Explorer 9 and HTML5

Posted by Colette StallbaumerDirector, Worldwide Marketing and Operations It seems like everyone saw a certain movie with Jennifer Lawrence this weekend. If you’re still looking for your Hunger Games fix or curious to know what the fuss is about, check out The Capitol Tour, a companion site to the movie that extends the film to…

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