These maps, from The Economist, show the most-used internet browsers in each country around the world. The maps are from May-July 2008 (top left, almost all Internet Explorer), May-July 2011 (top right, with more representation by Firefox), and May-July 2013 (bottom, with Chrome dominating). It’s pretty impressive how quickly Chrome has overtaken its competitors

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