The BBC's lead tech story this morning is about the increase in the number of FireFox users:
More than 10% of net users are going online with the Firefox browser, show figures from analysis firm One Stat.
The global average of 11.5% is the highest percentage of users that the open source browser has ever reached.
The research also reveals that Americans are the biggest fans of Firefox with 14.1% using it. In the UK 4.9% use it to get around online.
Despite the success, Microsoft's Internet Explorer still dominates the net with an 85.5% market share.