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Will Chinese Consortium’s $1.2 Billion Buyout Sail Opera’s Boat?

A Chinese Internet consortium, comprising of Kunlun Tech, Qihoo 360 and other firms have offered a jaw-dropping $1.2 billion buyout to Opera, the company largely known for its browser. The agreement obliges Chinese companies to get 100% stakes of the Norway-based...

Browsers’ Market Share: Is Microsoft IE’s Golden Era Coming To An End ?

The heated up clashes have always been a part of browser market, since late 1990’s -- when browser war prevailed between Netscape’s Navigator and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE). IE has been clear winner since then, but Success isn't permanent....

Microsoft IE Market Share Plunged Below 50 Percent: Will Ever Revive Again ?

Internet Explorer was launched by Microsoft with Windows 95 in 1995 as add-on package. Since then it is one of the widely used browsers and probably the most 'chosen' one. It had attained the market share of 95 percent...

Google Chrome Fastest Growing Web Browser: Could Overtake Firefox in 2012

The browser market is slowly heating up again as the new babies are steadily improving their market share only at the cost of Microsoft’s Internet explorer. Though, IE still holds the supreme position without any immediate threat, Google’s Chrome...

Google Chrome Emerges as Top Gainer of 2010 in Browser Market

Internet is on boom and online properties are hot favorite for users to play around. Consequently, ‘Browser” has become an important aspect for companies like Google, Microsoft, Firefox to have significant control over market share. With its steady rise...

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Bitcoin Bounces Back: Could reach Record High By End of 2021

The value of Bitcoin touched a six-month high on Friday as traders were more confident that U.S. regulators will...