For these developers, the fat lady has sung.
During the latter half of 2012, Firefox has once again overtaken Chrome as the number-two browser for desktop computers, and Internet Explorer has not only stayed on top but has actually seen some small gains.
Chrome, Google's speedy web browser, eclipsed Internet Explorer in its global market share back in May and is now leading by a significant margin of nearly 2 percent.
Internet Explorer has been sliding downhill in market share for the past few years, but recently mined stats show something the critics never expected to see: A small but significant uptick in IE’s numbers since the beginning of 2012.
If you want to send a nerdy Valentine’s Day e-card with cool HTML5 effects and a porny soundtrack, have we got a treat for you.
This morning, Microsoft is showing off Love Is in the Air, a browser demo intended …