In today’s Windows Phone 8 developer’s event, Microsoft has revealed some of the new Internet Explorer 10 features. Although they did not get into specifics, there are still tiny bits that are worth reporting.
Please note: Microsoft said that they will only talk about features that are developer related, so don’t expect anything else.
Thanks to a shared core between IE10 Desktop and IE10 Mobile, Internet Explorer 10 will support a broader range of the HTML5 capabilities (including touch events) and boost applications/websites performance.
Coming straight from the IE10, Windows Phone 8 will also include a phishing protection, which is already available for all the IE users.
That’s pretty much it as for now.
Speaking of the Windows Phone 8, they revealed a new start menu, speech api (TellMe) for apps, multi-core support, SD support, NFS, Skype integration, native code support (including DirectX suppor thanks to a shared Windows 8 code) and more.
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