Google has struck a deal with Sony that will see all of Sony’s computers come pre-installed with Chrome, Google’s new browser.
This is a first for Google, but the search/web services giant aims to partner with many more manufacturers.
Your average person simply hasn’t even heard of Google Chrome and with the browser holding onto only 2.84% of the browser market, the company has a lot of work to do. Internet Explorer leads the way with 66.97%, Firefox in second with 22.98%, then Safari, Chrome and others follow, each with less than 4% of the market.
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