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The Web-tracking service claims IE market share has dropped off since March, but should we believe the numbers?
If you're not running a commercial Web site, you won't want to shell out your hard-earned cash just to track the traffic, but luckily there are a some great free tools available online: Crave's Ingrid Marson likes StatCounter.com
A study from StatCounter determines that Samsung devices outpaced Apple iPhones and iPod Touches in worldwide browsing in June.
StatCounter browser data agrees with Net Applications' earlier findings that Internet Explorer is on the rise.
Samsung's devices accounted for 25.7 percent of all mobile Internet usage, beating out the iPhone with 23.4 percent market share.
Samsung devices have accounted for 25.7 per cent of all mobile internet use around the world, edging past Apple.
The Norwegian browser maker finds a place on an unusual phone. Microsoft can be forgiven for wanting an alternative to Chrome on the Android-powered device.
It may be a turnaround or it may be a blip, but Internet Explorer's share of usage resumed growth according to separate studies of the Web.
The browser, according to data compiled by StatCounter, topped Internet Explorer to become the world's most popular browser last week.