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A screenshot sent in via an anonymous tip to Chinese website, PCBeta, appears to show someone logging into Google services using "Microsoft Edge on Android" is it true, or fake?
With the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10532, Microsoft has also made several changes to how Microsoft Edge works, mainly by adding new EdgeHTML and Chakra features.
Edge is clearly still a work in progress, and development for it is pressing on, further improvements to HTML 5 are scheduled to land soon, and have been teased in a tweet.
Mozilla is making many changes to the way Firefox works, opting for an extension model that is similar to Chrome and also adopting Chrome's multi-process interface for different tabs.
The Microsoft Edge Dev portal releases virtual machine images for users and web developers wanting to test the new Windows 10 browser.
The latest Mobile preview focuses more on improvements to the user experience than on new features - but an engineer on the Edge team has hinted at something to look forward to in the next build.
After the service launched as a Chrome exclusive in January, Microsoft is now working to bring the web client for WhatsApp to Edge, it's new browser for Windows 10.
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Windows 10's first post-launch update, known as 'Service Release 1', is expected in early August, ahead of a larger update in October bringing Edge extensions and the new integrated Skype experience.
With the release of Windows 10 comes a new browser called Edge, which includes new features such as Cortana integration, and we have a list of everything that can be performed from the URL bar.
With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft is not only launching a new OS, but they are also saying goodbye to an old friend that still holds a strong grip on the browser market.
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Symantec's popular security software, Norton Antivirus, is prompting users to switch their default browser from Microsoft Edge to an alternative that supports extensions.
Microsoft kicked off its '10 reasons to upgrade' series on Sunday and today's video focuses on all the features its new browser, Edge, brings to the table, such as inking and Cortana integration
Next week, Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 and with it comes the new Edge browser, and ahead of its official launch, the company is updating its F12 tools to assist web developers.
Microsoft's new browser, Edge, has a password manager. While we could not access it during the last public release of Windows 10, it is now working in build 10147 and has several features too.
A new build of Windows 10 has leaked and this time it is version 10147; the leak originated out of China and the new phone companion app as well as Edge branding may arrive ins this build.
The new Edge browser that's coming as part of WIndows 10 is a big departure for Microsoft, as the company shifts focus from its own products to the wider web, and from standards to user experience.
While Microsoft Edge will replace Internet Explorer 11 as the default web browser on its new OS, the company has confirmed that some Windows 10 Enterprise PCs won't get the new browser at all.
Gabe Aul has let it be known that Edge branding has finally landed within internal Windows 10 builds. But Insiders will have to wait to see it, as it looks like an earlier build may drop first.
Earlier today, new build of Windows 10 found its way to the Internet and with it comes a few updates to the company's new browser, Edge; you can now turn on a home button and import your favorites.
Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, was in China this week at Lenovo's Tech World conference and during the demo of REACHit, an unreleased build of Windows 10 was shown off on stage.
Microsoft is bringing Dolby Audio support to Edge that will allow websites to deliver high-quality multi-channel audio and it is the first browser to support Dolby Digital Plus.
Microsoft Edge, also known as Project Spartan, is the company's new browser and one of its big usability issues was fixed in the latest Windows 10 build that just leaked earlier today.
Earlier today, Microsoft pushed out a new build of Windows 10 and with this release the team has added audio notifications to the tabs to make it easy to see which page is filling your speakers.
Microsoft is building a new browser called Edge and at a Build Tour event, the company said that it has no plans to bring the next-generation browser to other platforms at this time.
One of the latest Windows 10 builds to make its way outside of Redmond introduces a new tab page that has the top news stories, a URL bar in the center of the page and a list of your top sites.
In the latest version of Windows 10 to makes its way outside the walls of Redmond, build 10120, Spartan has been updated to now support History, and it has the option to easily remove links as well.
Microsoft is detailing some of the security features that will be coming with the new Edge browser in Windows 10. The company wants to make Edge the fastest, easiest to use and most secure browser.
Last November the IE dev team reached out via Twitter asking for feedback on how it could improve the F12 tools in Internet Explorer, this has now been ported to Edge.
During its Edge Summit in California, Microsoft discussed a few of the upcoming features for Spartan, and while some were known, there are a few new scenarios for Cortana and other dev features too.
Microsoft's upcoming browser, Edge, will be able to sync settings across its ecosystem in a future update that will keep its features in parity with Firefox and Chrome.
Microsoft has once again stated publicly that it has no plan to open-source its upcoming Edge browser. Many would have viewed that as a very positive move both for the browser and for the company.
'Microsoft Edge' is the new name for the browser formerly known as Project Spartan - and now that you've had some time to get used to the revised branding, what do you think of the new name and logo?
Microsoft's new Edge browser has a lot going in its favor including extensions support, but it look like this feature won't be available at launch, but come later as part of an update.
Microsoft has announced the name for its new browser, Edge and now we know what the new logo will look like when the browser ships later this year.
The new build of Windows 10 has also brought a new version of the Project Spartan browser, and we take a closer look as how it stacks up to the competition. Hint: it's doing surprisingly well!
It's intrinsic that when a new device hits the market, someone will make a drop test video. Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge is the latest to face some torture in a brutal drop test.
Microsoft is opening up and partnering with different companies to make sure Spartan will be competitive once it gets released. The first partnership being made public is between Adobe and Microsoft.
Samsung has posted a video on Twitter which gives us our first look at the new device. Although nothing much is shown, the rather slim design of the device takes the spotlight in this teaser.
Internet Explorer's new Edge rendering engine has been slipped into the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, while later releases will see Internet Explorer replaced by the new Spartan.
According to industry sources, Samsung is considering abandoning the Japanese phone market altogether after its Note Edge handset failed to garner interest and marketshare plummeted.
Samsung is sending out invites to a 'Galaxy Unpacked' event next month, at which it's expected to launch its new Galaxy S6 flagship - and the teaser image promoting the event is certainly intriguing.
We learn more about what's under the hood of Microsoft's new Spartan browser, and to no one's surprise we find Internet Explorer. However that's not to say that Spartan is simply IE in disguise.
Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge, which features a display that curves around one edge of the device, is available for pre-order in the UK - but at £750 off-contract, it's only for those with deep pockets.
Canonical has launched a massive crowd sourcing campaign to help fund its Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone, as it hope to raise $32 million via the Indiegogo website.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan stated in a new interview, "I don't hate on Windows 8", but also took the time to say how "super disappointed" he was with how Dell and HP have treated the PC industry.
AT&T has revealed that it is working to slowly shut down its current 2G networks in order to clear the spectrum for 3G and 4G connections. The process should be completed by the start of 2017.