New statistics released today show a competitive volatility in the the mobile browser market absent from the slower-moving personal computer browser market.
Net Applications has long shown the total browser usage worldwide based on visits to a collection of Web sites using its analytics software. Now, though, it's separated PC browsing on desktops and laptops from mobile browsing on phones and tablets. With PCs, the story remains largely unchanged: Microsoft's Internet Explorer continues its gradual slide while Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari gradually rise.
But in the mobile market, there's a lot more jitter in … Read more