Xiti has published its latest survey of Firefox usage in Europe. The results are pretty stunning: the average share of the browser market across Europe is 28%. That's the good news. The bad news is that the UK comes 30th out of 32: how pathetic is that? We manage just 17.2% compared to fab Finland and soaraway Slovenia, who notch up 45.4% and 44.6% respectively.
What's wrong with this country?