Chrome overtakes IE, at least for a day

Apparently Chrome became market leader, over IE and others, over the weekend for the first time. Chrome’s usage is higher on weekends, when people can choose their own browser.

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The poison of arrogance | Monday Note

Arrogance is the most toxic waste-product of technology companies. Past examples abound: IBM, AT&T, Microsoft… All their hauteur got them were expensive antitrust actions and customer backlash. Last week, we got yet another example of the insufferable behavior still prevailing in the high-tech world — with the to-be-expected response from regulators and markets.

Many American companies suffer from vision impairment: they consider the Rest of the World as an aggregation of second-class people. 


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Google is eating Microsoft’s lunch, one tasty bite at a time. « RescueTime Blog

Microsoft just launched Office 2010 to great fanfare, and quietly slipped in a new free online version.  It looks like they may have finally realized that if they don’t cannibalize their core business with a web based offering, Google will. 

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