NetMarketShare's October data shows Internet Explorer's (MSFT) PC browser share to be down to...
NetMarketShare's October data shows Internet Explorer's (MSFT) PC browser share to be down to just 52.6%, largely thanks to Google Chrome's (GOOG) rapid growth. Meanwhile, Mobile Safari's share of the browser market has soared to 62.2% on the back of heavy iPad usage. Google's PC search share rose slightly to 82.4%, while its mobile search share was roughly flat at 91.1%.
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