Cnet: According to the latest figures from Net Applications, Internet Explorer and Firefox still lead among Web browsers, but they're losing ground to their lesser known rivals.
During May, Microsoft's Internet Explorer enjoyed a hefty 59.7 percent market share, but slipped 0.3 percent from April. Firefox slipped 0.2 points to 24.4 percent.
By contrast, Google's Chrome rose 0.3 percent to hit 7.1 percent market share. Safari grew 0.2 percent to 4.8 percent, and Opera increased 0.1 percent to 2.4 percent of the market.