Microsoft recently gave its TechNet center a new metro design. "Over the past twenty four hours we've been in release mode for TechNet and as you can see, the changes are striking. Be sure to checkout the layout, MegaBlade navigation, and other features," posted Microsoft.
Also, for Valentine's Day, the IE team sometimes during the day posted a new HTML5 experience that makes the most of your PC hardware and touch on Windows 8.
"This experience brings together hardware-accelerated HTML5 canvas, SVG, CSS transforms & transitions, WOFF, audio, and more," posted IE team.
"On Windows Developer Preview with support for multi-touch in IE10, you can reach out and swipe to reveal a special message of love -or just use your mouse. If you think your browser can keep up, turn up the volume to 1000 floating hearts. Using another browser and not feeling the love? Try it with IE9 (or IE10) using the hardware acceleration built into the browser," the team said.
Check out Love is in the Air.
Microsoft's Channel9 has posted a infographic HTVL5 vs. Flash: