This is a pretty good article on InfoWorld. I find it amazing that this field is still so competitive but in the end its great for the consumer. I have been using FireFox 4 lately and I have to say I prefer Chrome 10.
Battle of the Web browsers | Applications – InfoWorld.
From the article:
A good place to begin comparing the browsers is to look at a checklist test like The HTML5 Test
The HTML5 Test
|Internet Explorer 9.0
After reading Google advances Native Client Web browser technology and seeing the amazing capabilities of CSS3 and HTML 5 the entire concept of only a web browser in the future is getting closer and closer.
Google had released a “sneak peek” of the SDK last year. In coming months, Google plans to add APIs for 3D graphics, local file storage and peer-to-peer networking. An ABI (application binary interface) is planned as well. – link
As Neil predicted last year about Chrome, I will make one myself – the Chrome web browser will be the number one browser in the world by the end of 2011. That is probably a crazy prediction considering its only at about 15% of market share today.
My blog is by far not a complete census but it clearly shows Chrome way ahead of every other browser besides FireFox. Interestingly, I still use FireFox most of the time but I do find myself going over to Chrome every now and then. Chrome was about 15% of browsers hitting my site just a month ago and IE 8.0 was close behind, the gap is getting larger.
Here is a chart of the browsers that hit my site in a single day: