Microsoft remoza MSN para la era Windows 8


Cuando a fin de mes Microsoft presente el windows 8 anunciará también el rediseño total de su portal en Internet MSN. El nuevo diseño está pensado para seducir a usuarios de tabletas.

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La empresa de software más grande del mundo está realizando una “gran y multimillonaria inversión en dólares” para crear una “operación mediática de buen tamaño”, dijo Bob Visse, gerente general de MSN Product Management Group.

Microsoft vendió su participación de 50% en la página de Internet de noticias MSNBC.com en julio a su socio hace mucho tiempo NBCUniversal, que ahora es en su mayor parte propiedad de Comcast Corp.
MSN es uno de los portales más grandes de Internet junto a Yahoo y AOLLa redacción de MSNBC en el campus de Microsoft en Redmond (Washington) está siendo desmontada, mientras MSN construye un nuevo equipo en sus oficinas cercanas a Bellevue. Leer más “Microsoft remoza MSN para la era Windows 8”

Internet Explorer 10: touch-friendly, and securely sandboxed

Microsoft is continuing to show off new features coming in its Internet Explorer 10 Web browser, with a couple of posts describing its touch-friendly Metro interface and its enhanced security.

The current trend in browser design, led by Google Chrome, is to scale back the browser’s interface so that it takes less and less of the screen, devoting more room to the Web content itself. Windows 8’s Metro design similarly removes window chrome to put the focus on content.

Metro Internet Explorer 10 is the logical conclusion of this trend: most of the time it has no visible interface at all, leaving only the Web page visible. Its app bar, displayed by swiping from the top or bottom of the screen or right clicking the mouse, contains tabs, the address bar, and so on.


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Internet Explorer 10: touch-friendly, and securely sandboxed

The tab selector, replete with pretty thumbnails.

Microsoft is continuing to show off new features coming in its Internet Explorer 10 Web browser, with a couple of posts describing its touch-friendly Metro interface and its enhanced security.

The current trend in browser design, led by Google Chrome, is to scale back the browser’s interface so that it takes less and less of the screen, devoting more room to the Web content itself. Windows 8’s Metro design similarly removes window chrome to put the focus on content.

Metro Internet Explorer 10 is the logical conclusion of this trend: most of the time it has no visible interface at all, leaving only the Web page visible. Its app bar, displayed by swiping from the top or bottom of the screen or right clicking the mouse, contains tabs, the address bar, and so on. Leer más “Internet Explorer 10: touch-friendly, and securely sandboxed”