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Quick Poll: Will Chrome win you over?

Quick Poll: Will Chrome win you over?

Google’s Chrome web browser is showing early signs of being a market hit despite some issues to ironed out, but how will it fare among our readers here?

Some will be happy to stick to Firefox, or they’ll be waiting for the final version of Internet Explorer 8.

Others will already be using Chrome and keen to share their thoughts, or using it along with the browsers already out there.

Let us know if Google’s new offering is the one for you by visiting www.reseller.co.nz to vote and leave a comment.

Our last QuickPoll showed a mixed response to tech giants’ sponsorship of the recent Olympic Games.

Although more than half the voters were positive, with 26 percent saying the wall to wall exposure was great publicity and the same proportion saying association with sports events was a winning strategy, about a third believed the event was over-exposed.

Sixteen percent said other sponsorships were needed to appeal to different audiences.


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