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(Ars Technica)   After spending years convincing Web devs that they should design sites primarily for IE since it was the most popular browser, Microsoft is now asking Web devs to design sites for all mobile browsers, not just the most popular one   (arstechnica.com) divider line 1
    More: Obvious, mobile browser, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, WebKit, Redmond, World Wide Web Consortium, browser  
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2012-11-17 04:21:37 PM  
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That's only because Microsoft FEELS LIKE THEY ARE JUST TOO CLOSE TO WUB YOU

(wub wub wub, wub wub wub, wub wub wub)
 
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