In an answering blog published Tuesday, software engineer Kenneth Russell said that Google had already instituted changes in the "dev" build of Chrome 11, and would roll them into the beta and stable channels soon.
Mozilla was simply pleased with the results. "We are happy to see that for the most common types of Web browsing today, we score very well indeed," said Mike Beltzner, director of Firefox, in an e-mailed statement.
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