Chrome Is Looking Up for 2010
Net Applications's latest browser usage report
shows that Google's shiny browser has just edged out Safari, with Chrome being used by 4.63 percent of visitors to its Web site over the 4.46 percent for Safari. Both browsers' usages pale in comparison to FireFox (nearly 25 percent) and IE (just over 62 percent).
On the bright side, Safari users can remain smug now that their browser has regained "elite" status.
Posted by Michael Domingo on 01/05/2010 at 11:59 AM