An analysis done by Microsoft between Google Chrome 2.0, Firefox 3.0 and Internet Explorer 8 shows that IE8 wins in 7 out of 10 categories, while 3 are draw.
So let’s analyze the categories. Continue Reading
That’s creative. Appreciating all the IE8 beta testers work, Microsoft Corp. will be giving away great workmate toolkits. The following email was sent to them earlier this week:
“Thank you for your hard work during the Internet Explorer 8 Technical Beta Program. Your dedication to making this product the best it can be is truly amazing. We would like to personally thank you by sending you a small token of our appreciation. We will be sending you an Internet Explorer 8 Workmate Toolkits (see attached images). If you do not want this, then simply respond to this mail with “Thanks, but No Thanks.”
Neowin.net reports that Microsoft Australia will be giving away $10 000 to one lucky IE8 user. The idea is really simple and that’s how it works:
“1) Ditch the web browser you’re using. If you try to find the $10,000 with your current browser, you’ll get nowhere.
2) Download Microsoft’s best ever browser, Internet Explorer 8. It’s the only browser capable of cracking all the clues.
3) Follow @tengrand_IE8 on Twitter for the daily clues. Clues will be released at random times from Friday 19th June.
4) Use the clue and your brilliance to deduce where the $10,000 is hidden.”
Yes, it’s open to Australians only.
Mozilla is re-launching the “Extend Firefox” contest for the upcoming Firefox 3.5 release. Just like last year, developers are asked to create the next best Firefox add-on and get prizes for that. Actually, if you have already released an awesome add-on, they will be giving away prizes for “Best Updated Add-on” as well.
Best New Add-on
Best Updated Add-on
Best Shopping Add-on
Best Game & Entertainment Add-on
For a complete list of prizes, visit the contest details page.
PCMag reports that Microsoft is planning to start IE8 marketing campaign as early as this week. Starting with 30 second video ads airing tomorrow, Microsoft will also consider wider broadcasting in case of their positive reviews.
With the launch of Opera 10 Beta, EspenAO from Choose Opera blog notified users about a new contest which is supposed to promote Turbo.
Basically, they ask you to submit pictures, videos, music, web sites or anything else Opera Turbo related.
As it says: Tell us how you reacted first time you tried compressed browsing. Create any kind of content, send us a link to your tweet or blog about it and we will share your experience with the community!
Some examples: Continue Reading