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IE9, Firefox 4.0, Chrome 6.0, Opera 10.70 - Browser Race on Steroids
Itís the same old browser-eat-browser world, but the pace at which the main market players are unveiling new moves has changed considerably, compared to just a few years ago. The continuously accelerating browser race hasnít left anyone without breath yet, with Microsoft, Google, Mozilla and Opera stepping up their game to keep up with each other. But thereís little doubt over the fact that the game itself has changed to suit a new, instant gratification-focused world.
Mobility. It automatically implies additional characteristics, as adaptability; high speed for the introduction of innovation; and modern browsers to take the experiences on the world wide web further. Not only are interim testing releases, nightly builds and development milestones succeeding one another at a fast pace, but pressure is on browser makers to catalyze the evolution of their respective applications as fast as possible.
Immobility. Not the perception that customers should get from any of the top browser vendors worldwide, not that any of them would afford it. In the past, Microsoft has seen its fair share of criticism for holding the web back, in part also because of the IE6 to IE7 gap. But after unveiling the pre-release versions of IE9, it is clear that the Redmond company has changed the strategy for building IE, falling in line with rivals.
IE9, Firefox 4.0, Chrome 6.0, Opera 10.70 - Browser Race on Steroids - The same old browser-eat-browser world but at a different pace - Softpedia
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