I.E. losing market share

Internet Explorer, the near-ubiquitous Web browser of Washington’s Microsoft, is losing market share, USA Today reported Monday.
Security flaws in Internet Explorer have caused its market share to drop from 95.48 percent to 94.42 percent, San Diego Web analytics firm WebSideStory says.
“If I’m Mozilla and Netscape, I’m thrilled about this,” said WebSideStory analyst Geoff Johnston. “Here’s a sign of a little uprising. It’s a hope-generator for the open-source crowd.”