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Among search providers, the battle for share of Internet browsers is serious business. To the casual user, it might seem unimportant, but the companies that provide these services fight tooth and nail to gain or maintain their users. However, the browser industry has witnessed a changing of the guard that could represent a shift in the balance of power in this mutilbillion-dollar business. Our technology editor discusses the story and what it means for investors.
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