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The fact that this place is dead and rotting depresses me

Postby Zovistograt on Thu Nov 03, 2011 8:31 pm

It depresses me greatly.

Hello, persistent lurkers. Come out of the cobwebs and come back, perhaps just one more time :<
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Google, Firefox In Search Attend to Reportedly Benefit $300

Postby Katherinawcw on Fri Dec 23, 2011 1:08 pm

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Mozilla and Google secure agreed to at their search agreement for another three years, amounting to a payout of virtually $1 billion, according to a narrative from the web site AllThingsD.

Google bested Microsoft and Yahoo, which were also jostling to identify with up with Firefox as event remains hysterical in the search, and through extension, the browser market. In close, Microsoft has tried mightily to light out its Bing search appliance forwards in the market.

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Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT)’s Internet Explorer retains the pre-eminent dividend in the browser market, vanguard of Google Chrome and Firefox, with 40.63 percent market share in November, up from 40.18 percent in October, according to a check in from StatCounter Wide-ranging Stats.

But Google Chrome is making gains, posting 25.96 percent of epidemic browser routine in November, up from 25 percent in October, and from 13.35 percent in November 2010.

In distinguish, Firefox’s market allot has slipped. It accounted on 25.23 percent in November, down from 26.39 percent in October, and from 31.17 percent in November of 2010.
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