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Chromebooks now available for sale

June 15th, 2011

Last month we unveiled the first Chromebooks from our partners, Samsung and Acer. Chromebooks were built and optimized for the web to give you a faster, simpler and more secure experience without the headaches of traditional computers. In the U.S., you can now order a Chromebook from Amazon and BestBuy.com. In other launch countries, visit…

IE 9.0.1 Available via Windows Update

June 14th, 2011

The June 2011 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer is now available via Windows Update. This security update resolves seven vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer that were disclosed in coordination with Microsoft. The vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if a user visits a malicious, specially crafted Web page using IE. Users who run without administrative…

DrupalCon London Session Schedule and Core Conversations

June 14th, 2011

The DrupalCon London Team had the task of narrowing 341 fantastic proposals into a schedule of 60 sessions, balanced across 5 tracks: Site Building and Environment Set-up, Business and Best Practices, Code & Coders, Design, UX & Theming, and Ecosystem. You can check out the schedule now and attendees will be able to build their…

Happy Tuesday!

June 14th, 2011

Hello all, after a long weekend in the Oslo office we are ready to present you with a new build. This new build has a lot of interesting new stuff like some new core features: Indeterminate state for HTMLInputElement.indeterminate and checkboxes. EventSource is now enabled for Web Workers. There are some performance and memory usage…

WordPress 3.2 Release Candidate

June 14th, 2011

The first release candidate (RC1) for WordPress 3.2 is now available. An RC comes after the beta period and before final release. We think we’re done, but with tens of millions of users, a variety of configurations, and thousands of plugins, it’s possible we’ve missed something. So if you haven’t tested WordPress 3.2 yet, now…

More Control over Flash Cookies with IE

June 10th, 2011

Internet Explorer now gives you more control over the data that Web sites store on your computer. This includes Flash Player’s Local Shared Objects (LSOs). We’ve worked closely with Adobe to integrate Flash LSO deletion directly into Internet Explorer, making it easier for you to manage your online privacy with the latest version of Adobe…

Re: Speed Dial

June 9th, 2011

Hi, here is another cool installment of Opera Next! This build features improvements to the overall layout of Speed Dial as well as fixes and improvements to Speed Dial extensions. We’ve also ironed out a handful of stability problems. Known Issues Extension Manager, Bookmark Manager, Transfers, etc. are not saved in session. WARNING: This is…

Opera Dragonfly fix

June 9th, 2011

Hi All, just a quick fix here so that Opera Dragonfly “Inspect Element” should work again. Don’t get concerned by the small changelog, we have other important fixes we are working on but we just wanted your quick feedback to confirm that the Dragonfly “Inspect Element” problem is gone. Known issues You may have to…

Live updates on the first Chromebook preview

June 8th, 2011

Welcome to live updates on the first Chromebook preview, a 2-day exploration of the web that also gives you a way to get your Chromebook early. We will continue to live to update this blog post with subsequent preview locations. Live Updates (latest at the top) That’s it for the Chromebook preview! You can see…

Making Tracking Protection Lists Available From Your Web Site

June 8th, 2011

Any site can offer Tracking Protection Lists (TPLs) to help consumers protect their privacy. This post shows you how to make a TPL available from your site. For example, clicking here in IE9 will add the list from the EasyPrivacy. A word about Tracking Protection Lists Tracking Protection Lists are similar in concept to the…