Microsoft's new browser shown off
Microsoft's web browser, Internet Explorer, is being replaced by a new program codenamed Project Spartan.
This will have personal assistant app Cortana built-in to allow voice commands and provide extra personalised information - such as directions to a restaurant whose website is being looked at.
The software also includes a new "noting mode", which will let users scribble or type over a page and then share it with others.
Microsoft executive Joe Belfiore demonstrated this feature during a launch event at Microsoft's headquarters.
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21 Jan 2015
- From the section Technology