The world might be abuzz over smartphones and tablets, but Internet browsers are still a relevant, powerful element of the tech industry. A new survey has been released that details market share for web browsers, and the winner has snatched up over 50%.
After a dramatic February with new entries from Google , Microsoft , and Mozilla, which company has won the highest worldwide market share? The answer might surprise you, but how does it relate to investing? Fool contributor Caroline Bennett sorts it out in the video below.
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