Google must be cheering this week, as Apple fumes. The Chrome browser surpassed Safari's share of the U.S. Internet surfing for the first time last week. It's still only third, but this certainly won't help to simmer down the growing Google-Apple rivalry. Here's the data via PCWorld:
Chrome overtook Safari during the week ending June 27, and now has a share of around 8.97 percent of the U.S. browser market, just ahead of Safari at 8.88 percent. Internet Explorer and Firefox still dominate with shares of 52 percent and 28.5 percent respectively, all versions combined, StatCounter said.
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