Net Applications is out with its latest data on browser usage, and the big story remains Google Chrome. Google's browser gained market share in November, jumping to 9.27 percent of the browser market, up from 8.5 percent. Meanwhile, Microsoft Internet Explorer share fell to 58.41 percent share from 59.18, after a steady string of market share losses. Mozilla's Firefox browser stayed pretty steady in share terms for the month of November, at 22.81 percent, after holding 22.83 percent share in October.
It remains clear that open source browsers are leading the innovation curve. It's hard to miss the fact, though, that Google Chrome is the browser that keeps consistently grabbing share.