Internet Explorer Automatic Updates!

This was announced nearly 3 months old now, somehow it passed me by, but Microsoft are going to start automatically updating Internet Explorer to the latest version. This is really big news. People running Windows XP will be upgraded to IE8 since ...Read More

Google detail browser support plan

I'm sure this has been mentioned before, but maybe this is more specific details, but Google have decided to only support the latest two versions of any browser. As soon as a new version is released, an older one will stop being ...Read More

An upgrade path from IE6?

ReadWriteWeb reports you can Run Internet Explorer 6 Apps in IE8 With UniBrows. This sounds like a possible way for companies that rely on IE6 for certain legacy applications to upgrade to a newer browser without losing compatibility with the legacy ...Read More

IE9 always playing catchup

I blogged about whether IE9 will save us from IE6 when the IE9 beta was released. I just read a blog by Alex Russell - IE 8 is the new IE6 which echoes some of the same points that I made. With ...Read More

Will IE9 save us from IE6?

Microsoft have released a beta of IE9, you can download it from http://www.beautyoftheweb.com/. It seems that the battle of the browsers these days has a lot to do with being the best and fastest for modern standards like HTML5. In the past, ...Read More

Native vs Web for Mobile

These days it seems just about everyone has an iPhone, or an Android phone.. and of course Blackberry still has a huge user base. The mobile application space is really hotting up - but what direction do you go? I have an iPhone and ...Read More

One step closer to a ‘web/work/space UI’…

It's a strange turn of phrase, but as we do more and more online keeping tabs on everything and segregating areas of interest is becoming a more and more frustrating and complicated task when using the tabs within a web browser. ...Read More

Google going real real-time

There's a log of talk about the real-time web these days, but most of it is talking about stuff that isn't really real-time at all. Most of it just means when you access the data it is up to date, or in some ...Read More

Evolution of Comet at Caplin

I have been blogging on CometDaily since before we started Platformability so thought I would take a look back and see if there was anything there that might be of interest to our Platformability audience. Early on in CometDaily's lifetime I wrote a ...Read More

Interesting stuff coming out of MIX10

Microsoft's MIX10 Developers and Designers conference is currently running in Las Vegas. Sadly I'm not attending as it sounds like lots of fun... There has been lots of buzz and some really interesting bits coming out so far including Silverlight 4 RC, ...Read More