Microsoft may never release a 6.x version of Internet Explorer for the Mac, according to Apple sources. This is because "the browser is the operating system," as Netscape and Microsoft both realized back in the days of the full-on browser wars; Apple plans to introduce its own version of the Mozilla/Chimera browser with tie-ins to
.Mac (called, by some, Web.Mac) for this very reason.
and from MacSlash:
IvyMike writes "It might not be the most scientific thing in the world, but the statistics at Google's Zeitgeist page show that five percent of the queries to google come from Macs. That's interesting because it's the first time since they've published Zeitgeist that the number is bigger than four percent."
I'm running Mozilla on OS X. What pisses me off the most (other than when it crashes) is the typeahead in the URL buffer--why is it so slow to display the text you type? Perhaps if Apple is working on Mozilla we'll see some of the kinks ironed out