The beta of IE9 is coming in September and the last platform preview adds in the final pieces of the rendering engine (along with fixes for over 100 bugs that have been reported so far).
TNW-Last month we said 2013 wouldn’t disappoint in the battle of the top three browsers, and boy were we right. February was the fourth full month of IE10 availability as well as when new versions of competing browsers launched in the same week: Firefox 19 and Chrome 25. The latest market share numbers from Net Applications show that Chrome is so far still the only loser in 2013.
Mobile & Apps: "nternet Explorer 9 is finally usable by everyone who owns an Xbox 360. The recent Dashboard update brought quite a few things to the table, but the most apparent feature, is that of Microsoft's long running Web browser."
Gadgehit.com writes: "Microsoft has issued a security warning for Internet Explorer users after the Federal Office For Information Security in Germany uncovered an exploit in the popular internet browser. The agency said that this weak point was already being used for targeted attacks, and affects Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions."