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Google también ha intentado posicionar al navegador como la base del sistema operativo del futuro. El lema: “la red es lo que tú haces de ella”. Además de una fuerte campaña publicitaria con anuncios de televisión donde las personas aparecen utilizando Chrome para comunicarse unas con otras

Algunas de las características del navegador mejoran la capacidad de otros productos de Google, y el catálogo de la tienda en línea de Chrome alberga un creciente número de complementos que mejoran la funcionalidad del navegador. Mashable, socio de CNN, publicó una lista con algunas de las mejores funciones disponibles

Otro es el creciente papel que Chrome juega en todos los aspectos de la computación, especialmente para los usuarios que también utilizan los otros servicios en línea de Google, como Gmail y Google Translate

Uno es la frustración que genera Internet Explorer, el cual es visto, de forma justa o injusta, por algunos usuarios de la web como no muy innovador

Diversos factores parecen contribuir con el crecimiento de Chrome

“Definitivamente Chrome ha aumentado su participación en años recientes”, escribió

Pero su vocero Andrew Lipsman dijo en un correo electrónico que las cifras presentadas por StatCounter “son consistentes con lo que he observado”.ComScore, otra empresa que se dedica a medir el tráfico de internet, no da a conocer cifras comparativas

“Medir la web es una ciencia imprecisa, la cual muchas veces se basa en escalar los resultados de pequeños estudios”, publica el blog. “Pero lo esencial de los datos del estudio de StatCounter es que en comparación con lo obtenido el año pasado indican que el uso de Chrome está incrementándose a expensas de la preferencia sobre Internet Explorer y de Firefox, a pesar de la imprecisión que tenga la información”

El blog sobre tecnología TheNextWeb publicó que los números no son exactos, pero sí son significativos

Esto en comparación con el de Internet Explorer y del de Mozilla Firefox, el cual alguna vez fue considerado como la alternativa más viable

Google Chrome obtuvo el de las preferencias en la red el pasado domingo, según el informe más reciente de StatCounter, difundido a través del blog Global Nerdy

“Si Chrome puede tomar la delantera en la guerra de los navegadores, se verá a largo plazo, sin embargo, la tendencia que se presentó este fin de semana hacia el uso de Chrome es innegable”, dijo el director comercial de StatCounter, Aodhan Cullen, en un comunicado publicado en marzo, cuando Chrome superó a Explorer por un día. “En los fines de semana, cuando las personas son libres de elegir qué navegador desean usar, muchos están eligiendo Chrome por encima de Internet Explorer”

Google Chrome, el cual es conocido como el navegador de moda, más rápido y más amigable con el usuario, está ganando terreno

Aun así, los números son una muestra de los tiempos

Otros analistas de la red aún muestran a IE -el cual viene preinstalado en muchas computadoras que utilizan el sistema operativo Windows- como el líder. Y algunos grupos han criticado los métodos de recolección de datos de StatCounter, argumentando que el grupo no toma en consideración las diferentes formas en que los países recolectan la información del tráfico en internet

Durante el transcurso de este fin de semana, Google Chrome gestionó más tráfico en internet en comparación con Internet Explorer (IE), de Microsoft, el cual ha mantenido durante largo tiempo su puesto como el navegador más usado a nivel mundial, según datos de StatCounter un monitor de internet.Pero no te apresures a sacar conclusiones sobre esta pequeña noticia

– Este podría ser el inicio de un nuevo capítulo en la guerra de los navegadores

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Christie endorsed Romney prior to the first GOP primary and has fund-raised with Romney before

While he has professed to have “no interest” in joining Romney atop the GOP ticket, Christie said late last month that Romney “might be able to convince” him to run as his vice presidential candidate

Known for his bluntness, Christie has previously hit the campaign trail for Romney and other GOP candidates

The appearance with Christie comes amid a three-day string of fund-raisers in New York and Connecticut, which Romney’s national finance chairman predicted at a Monday afternoon event would “raise more than $10 million and potentially substantially more than that.– Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker

– New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will appear at a Tuesday fund-raiser in New York with Mitt Romney, Romney’s campaign told CNN on Monday

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Overheard on CNN.com: Robin Gibb fans say Bee Gees’ legacy far beyond disco

Some comments edited for length or clarity.Compiled by the moderation staff

Or sound off on video via CNN iReport.What's your take? Share your opinion in the comments area below and in the latest stories on

Rest In Peace Robin Gibb, all of the truly gifted musicians are already in heaven. This was getting-laid music.aholee: "A doobie, a glass of wine and a Bee Gees album is the reason a lot of people born in the late '60s and the '70s are here today at all

Good times, they were

RIP Robin Gibb, and RIP to a truly great era, and the peak of American life and culture!".Poutso: "EVERYTHING was more fun back in the '70s! The music was incredibly and massively creative, whether you're talking pop, rock or disco/dance music! There were less lawyers and frivolous lawsuits, and you couldn't die from having sex (AIDS, HPV-16 causing cancer, etc.)! Life was more carefree, and life was more affordable than it is now. American industry had not yet been off-shored or exported to cheap labor countries

Remember the 1970s?

Every time I hear 'Night Fever,' I want to get up and hustle. And as a friend of mine reminded us, using the words of a famous rock song – 'If there's a rock n' roll heaven, I know they got a hellava band'! Prayers for your family and thank you for giving us the gift of beautiful music for so many years. Heck, at the rate we're going, all the great talent will be there and we'll have to wait our turn to live it again. Robin, you join some wonderful singers and musicians in heaven. Trout: "Talent upon talent–that's the Bee Gees! They created and performed music that is both beautiful and downright great dance music

Of course this reader has fond memories of some of it

Their music was constantly evolving but still had the Bee Gees underlying stamp of soul on it. due to their association to disco b/c they were asked to write songs for a disco movie. From the '60s to their final album in 2001, I loved every single one of them. Unfortunately they were marred by most in the . The world has lost a great artist and person, who happened to sing with one of the most penetratingly beautiful voices ever to grace our ears. They were also brilliant in the '80s to anyone who listened to their music.Thecbr1100: "The Bee Gees were without equal to me

Disco harmed the band, says this reader

Glades2: "It really shows how short this life is – Donna Summer was about the same age but when you're in the 20s and 30s you don't consider you are only going to be here for a handful (perhaps) of fleeting decades – or less – until you get to my generation (the next one down from these folks) and then the illnesses start to come to yourself or your peers (as they did for me last year), and then you suddenly realize that this life is truly short, but that doesn't mean you should go crazy and do 'whatever,' but it does mean you have to appreciate what God has given you and to do your best to make a difference in this world – may he rest in God's peace

Enjoy what you can

newescher7: "I'm 62 and feel like 20. It comes faster than you could ever imagine. To all you youngsters out there – live like every day is your last. The strange thing is that around the late 50s, you really start hearing about friends and acquaintances dropping like flies. Seems if you make it through the late 50s and early 60s, you're good for another 20 years

Is 60 the new 80?". What's up with this.edofmtl: "Robin 62, Donna Summer 63

Rick1948: "You know you're getting old when all the people you watched or listened to in your teens and twenties are dying off. No matter what you thought about disco, the Bee Gees were a great group

A few commenters said they were feeling their age

62 is too young to die. Maurice at 53. People live into their 80s now. I don't believe that. Their fate was probably sealed for them a long time before they became famous. Robin said that his recent problems and his brothers' deaths may be the "Karmic price" they have to pay for all of their fame and fortune.SpiderWoman4: "All of the Brothers Gibb have died young. And now Robin at 62. Robin had bowel and pancreatic cancer. Maurice died from his bowel problems. I believe Andy was born with a heart condition and both Robin and Maurice were born with bowel problems

Some readers talked about the Bee Gees' history

Disco sucks .Susan Barth: "I liked them 'til they went disco

I felt their best efforts were prior to the mid '70s.harryreid: "Unfortunately they will be remembered more as a disco group than anything else. A very talented group no matter which era

Rest in peace, Robin. Their disco era was a small part of their career.PaulRAnderson: "'Disco' group The Bee Gees? Hardly

What was the role of the "disco phase" in the Bee Gees' history?

"The early years, when I lived in Valdosta, Georgia, were my favorite. Over 80,000 fans filled the massive 'dance party' show . I saw the Bee Gees in concert at Dodger Stadium in 1979. The world's biggest disco! So now Robin Gibb joins Donna Summer in disco heaven. We are starting to feel old . The dance floor from our generation up there is getting full now. The love songs had me dreaming of fast cars and women at a young age. Somewhere in the world right now, a nightclub is playing a Bee Gees song. But the legacy will live on with the music

iReporter Allen Mealey of Moreno Valley, California, looked back fondly on the stages of the Bee Gees' career and said the loss of Robin Gibb leaves a hole

May his children and beautiful wife know his voice touched a lot of people. bless you all . Thanks to all the Gibb brothers for making such great music over several decades and endured the test of time.Getting back to Robin's passing, he will be missed by millions of fans and condolences goes out to the Gibb family on another loss. Whether it was an early hit or later hit background harmonies on many tunes or writing some of the best tunes the talent you shared is much appreciated . Maurice and Robin endured a lot of suffering before they passed on. Andy was to young and unfortunately was beyond saving. The rest of the Gibb family and especially Barry the last of the brothers know prayers and support goes out to them during this time

WmPreece: "First of all it's sad to loose another music talent. Robin was one of the key voices of the Bee Gees. The song 'I Started a Joke' always endured time and really made people think a lot about things. It takes less effort if you just let people who do care make comments and move on. As for the people getting on here making stupid or rude comments, you would think that there would be more respect or maturity rather than acting too poorly. The other thing is that while some never heard of the Bee Gees or remember them have probably heard a song or two that was written by them done by other performers and groups. Every time he performed it, the level of excellence was always the same . Almost anyone in the music business that scored a hit in the past 20 years probably have had a it written or co-written by one of the Bee Gees

One reader paid tribute to the songwriting

And if disco music itself was such a travesty, why are we still listening to it and talking about it 30 years later? Godspeed, Robin. With now only one brother left to us, it is a sad day.Laura Shafer: "I'm pretty sure that people who don't appreciate the brilliance of the Bee Gees are those that have never listened to music outside of their favorite FM radio station. There were Bee Gees before SNF, during SNF and after SNF

These guys wrote some amazing songs! They were not just rockers, but balladeers as well. Songs like 'The First of May,' and 'Dearest' still make me cry.ganderse: "They call this guy a disco singer, but the Bee Gees were so much more than that. Thanks, guys for some great music

The Bee Gees were more than "Saturday Night Fever," many readers said

Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees, dies after battle with cancer

While the Brothers Gibb are sometimes associated with the disco era, many commenters pointed out that they had a career well before "Saturday Night Fever." They performed together as kids and had several hits in the 1960s and early 1970s.As readers remember Robin Gibb, 62, who died Sunday, they're also looking back at The Bee Gees' legacy

Editor's note: This post is part of the Overheard on  series, a regular feature that examines interesting comments and thought-provoking conversations posted by the community

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Overheard on CNN.com: Robin Gibb fans say Bee Gees’ legacy far beyond disco

Some comments edited for length or clarity.Compiled by the moderation staff

What's your take? Share your opinion in the comments area below and in the latest stories on . Or sound off on video via CNN iReport

This was getting-laid music. Rest In Peace Robin Gibb, all of the truly gifted musicians are already in heaven.aholee: "A doobie, a glass of wine and a Bee Gees album is the reason a lot of people born in the late '60s and the '70s are here today at all

Good times, they were

RIP Robin Gibb, and RIP to a truly great era, and the peak of American life and culture!".)! Life was more carefree, and life was more affordable than it is now. American industry had not yet been off-shored or exported to cheap labor countries.Poutso: "EVERYTHING was more fun back in the '70s! The music was incredibly and massively creative, whether you're talking pop, rock or disco/dance music! There were less lawyers and frivolous lawsuits, and you couldn't die from having sex (AIDS, HPV-16 causing cancer, etc

Remember the 1970s?

Every time I hear 'Night Fever,' I want to get up and hustle. Trout: "Talent upon talent–that's the Bee Gees! They created and performed music that is both beautiful and downright great dance music. Heck, at the rate we're going, all the great talent will be there and we'll have to wait our turn to live it again. Robin, you join some wonderful singers and musicians in heaven. And as a friend of mine reminded us, using the words of a famous rock song – 'If there's a rock n' roll heaven, I know they got a hellava band'! Prayers for your family and thank you for giving us the gift of beautiful music for so many years

Of course this reader has fond memories of some of it

Unfortunately they were marred by most in the . Their music was constantly evolving but still had the Bee Gees underlying stamp of soul on it.Thecbr1100: "The Bee Gees were without equal to me. From the '60s to their final album in 2001, I loved every single one of them. due to their association to disco b/c they were asked to write songs for a disco movie. They were also brilliant in the '80s to anyone who listened to their music. The world has lost a great artist and person, who happened to sing with one of the most penetratingly beautiful voices ever to grace our ears

Disco harmed the band, says this reader

Glades2: "It really shows how short this life is – Donna Summer was about the same age but when you're in the 20s and 30s you don't consider you are only going to be here for a handful (perhaps) of fleeting decades – or less – until you get to my generation (the next one down from these folks) and then the illnesses start to come to yourself or your peers (as they did for me last year), and then you suddenly realize that this life is truly short, but that doesn't mean you should go crazy and do 'whatever,' but it does mean you have to appreciate what God has given you and to do your best to make a difference in this world – may he rest in God's peace

Enjoy what you can

newescher7: "I'm 62 and feel like 20. It comes faster than you could ever imagine. To all you youngsters out there – live like every day is your last. The strange thing is that around the late 50s, you really start hearing about friends and acquaintances dropping like flies. Seems if you make it through the late 50s and early 60s, you're good for another 20 years

Is 60 the new 80?".edofmtl: "Robin 62, Donna Summer 63. What's up with this

No matter what you thought about disco, the Bee Gees were a great group.Rick1948: "You know you're getting old when all the people you watched or listened to in your teens and twenties are dying off

A few commenters said they were feeling their age

And now Robin at 62. People live into their 80s now. Robin had bowel and pancreatic cancer.SpiderWoman4: "All of the Brothers Gibb have died young. Maurice at 53. Robin said that his recent problems and his brothers' deaths may be the "Karmic price" they have to pay for all of their fame and fortune. Maurice died from his bowel problems. I believe Andy was born with a heart condition and both Robin and Maurice were born with bowel problems. 62 is too young to die. I don't believe that. Their fate was probably sealed for them a long time before they became famous

Some readers talked about the Bee Gees' history

Disco sucks .Susan Barth: "I liked them 'til they went disco

A very talented group no matter which era.harryreid: "Unfortunately they will be remembered more as a disco group than anything else. I felt their best efforts were prior to the mid '70s

Their disco era was a small part of their career.PaulRAnderson: "'Disco' group The Bee Gees? Hardly. Rest in peace, Robin

What was the role of the "disco phase" in the Bee Gees' history?

The love songs had me dreaming of fast cars and women at a young age. We are starting to feel old . Over 80,000 fans filled the massive 'dance party' show . The world's biggest disco! So now Robin Gibb joins Donna Summer in disco heaven."The early years, when I lived in Valdosta, Georgia, were my favorite. But the legacy will live on with the music. I saw the Bee Gees in concert at Dodger Stadium in 1979. The dance floor from our generation up there is getting full now. Somewhere in the world right now, a nightclub is playing a Bee Gees song

iReporter Allen Mealey of Moreno Valley, California, looked back fondly on the stages of the Bee Gees' career and said the loss of Robin Gibb leaves a hole

Maurice and Robin endured a lot of suffering before they passed on. Thanks to all the Gibb brothers for making such great music over several decades and endured the test of time. Whether it was an early hit or later hit background harmonies on many tunes or writing some of the best tunes the talent you shared is much appreciated .Getting back to Robin's passing, he will be missed by millions of fans and condolences goes out to the Gibb family on another loss. Andy was to young and unfortunately was beyond saving. bless you all . May his children and beautiful wife know his voice touched a lot of people. The rest of the Gibb family and especially Barry the last of the brothers know prayers and support goes out to them during this time

Every time he performed it, the level of excellence was always the same . Almost anyone in the music business that scored a hit in the past 20 years probably have had a it written or co-written by one of the Bee Gees. It takes less effort if you just let people who do care make comments and move on.WmPreece: "First of all it's sad to loose another music talent. The other thing is that while some never heard of the Bee Gees or remember them have probably heard a song or two that was written by them done by other performers and groups. As for the people getting on here making stupid or rude comments, you would think that there would be more respect or maturity rather than acting too poorly. Robin was one of the key voices of the Bee Gees. The song 'I Started a Joke' always endured time and really made people think a lot about things

One reader paid tribute to the songwriting

With now only one brother left to us, it is a sad day. And if disco music itself was such a travesty, why are we still listening to it and talking about it 30 years later? Godspeed, Robin.Laura Shafer: "I'm pretty sure that people who don't appreciate the brilliance of the Bee Gees are those that have never listened to music outside of their favorite FM radio station. There were Bee Gees before SNF, during SNF and after SNF

ganderse: "They call this guy a disco singer, but the Bee Gees were so much more than that. Songs like 'The First of May,' and 'Dearest' still make me cry. These guys wrote some amazing songs! They were not just rockers, but balladeers as well. Thanks, guys for some great music

The Bee Gees were more than "Saturday Night Fever," many readers said

Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees, dies after battle with cancer

While the Brothers Gibb are sometimes associated with the disco era, many commenters pointed out that they had a career well before "Saturday Night Fever." They performed together as kids and had several hits in the 1960s and early 1970s.As readers remember Robin Gibb, 62, who died Sunday, they're also looking back at The Bee Gees' legacy

Editor's note: This post is part of the Overheard on  series, a regular feature that examines interesting comments and thought-provoking conversations posted by the community