Despite what Microsoft's official blogs might be saying, some are reporting that December was another bad month for Internet Explorer. IE is growing and falling, and Chrome isn't far behind.
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April was an interesting month in the browser wars. Computerworld reports that Net Applications' analysis shows Google's Chrome browser increasing it's share of the browser market by .6 of a percentage point. It did significantly...