Sony and Google have signed an important deal to incorporate Google’s Chrome internet browser into new Sony Laptop and Desktop computers.
Google Chrome currently only holds a very small part of the browser market place; this is partly a result of Microsoft only including their own browser, Internet Explorer, with their Windows Operating Systems. Microsoft has been challenged on multiple occasions about the lack of choice available to the new system user and is reported to be considering adding further browsers in the near future. Chrome currently lags well behind the market leader and Mozilla’s extremely popular and reliable Firefox browser.
Internet explorer is currently being used by nearly two thirds of all internet users, while chrome is used by less than 3% according to Net Applications.
“User response to Google Chrome has been outstanding, and we’re continuing to explore ways to make Chrome accessible to even more people,” Google said.
Google is planning to sign further deals with other manufacturers, keen to promote the use of its browser further Google has a big mountain to climb
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