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IE10 blows past IE7 and IE6 s combined market share, Firefox gains too, but Chrome hits 21-month low – and more links to check out

June 3, 2013

A lot of exciting stuff today, from people such as Chuck Schumer and places like Mars.

Ok, let’s get going. The links:

– Best Buy is offering a free -> $150 iPhone 5 trade-in offer, but it may not be your best bet – “Best Buy will be offering $150 trade-in value for any iPhone 4 / 4S, yielding a free 16GB iPhone 5 (Sprint, Verizon or AT&T) with a 2 year contract thanks to their current $50 off promo” – [9to5mac.com]

– “”Is your face red from all this Mars dust, or is it the gamma-rays?”” – [Round trip to Mars would push radiation safety limits – arstechnica.com]

– IE10 blows past IE7 and IE6 s combined market share, Firefox gains too, but Chrome hits 21-month low – “The latest market share numbers from Net Applications show only Chrome lost share last month” – [thenextweb.com]

– “In a report this morning, one of the better Apple analysts, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI securities listed his forecast for MacBook Pro and Air updates expected at WWDC” – [WWDC 2013: Slimmer Retina MacBook Pro w/1080P camera and MacBook Air microphone improvements expected – 9to5mac.com]

– Tablet/Laptop Hybrids Are A Great Idea, But Can The HP Envy x2 Live Up To The Promise? – “I think the idea of combining a tablet with a removable keyboard to create tablet/laptop hybrid is a great idea – and the HP Envy X2 makes a brave attempt to combine the two form factors into a viable hybrid” – [readwrite.com]

– Schumer voices confidence in Holder and says immigration reform is on track – “Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., the third-ranking senator in the Democratic leadership, voiced confidence in Attorney General Eric Holder on NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday” – [nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com]

– “PC makers’ revolt against Windows continues as Acer preps all-in-one Android (operating system) desktop – Saturday, June 01, 2013, 01:52 pm PC makers’ revolt against Windows continues as Acer preps all-in-one Android desktop It’s no secret that the makers of traditional computing devices are less than pleased with some of Microsoft‘s more recent moves, and a new announcement from Acer marks the continuation of a trend that may give the software giant pause: PC giants increasingly releasing regular PC form factors and other devices running not Windows, but Google’s Android operating system” – [appleinsider.com]
– “How Facebook could turn Home around by expanding integration with its own feature set – Facebook constantly evolves to help people better connect with one another” – [thenextweb.com]

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