Posts Tagged ‘browser’

Making sense of the recent Internet Explorer announcement

Last week, Perficient’s Zach Handing wrote a post over on our Spark blog explaining what to make of the recent Internet Explorer announcement published on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer blog. In the article, Microsoft discussed their plans for supporting older versions of IE. There was quite a bit of racket across the web, as people interpreted […]

Google Chrome Most Popular? Sure. Best? We’ll see.

Apparently Google Chrome is now the world’s most popular web browser.  Ho-hum. Google also has the most popular search engine, but “most popular” doesn’t necessarily mean “best”.  Just ask 1990.  Some of you might remember that Milli Vanilli won a Grammy award that year.  Sheer populism is a mistake we often make in our modern […]

Forget Kindle Fire, Amazon Introduced a Cloud Browser

So Amazon just introduced a new device called the Kindle Fire which is an Android based 7 inch tablet.  At $199, the price makes it worth looking at. However, I think a number of people will miss perhaps an even bigger story. Amazon released Amazon Silk at the same time. Amazon Silk is a cloud […]