Flock a threat to IE

I read in the news today that Microsoft has made a beta release of Internet Explorer 8.  They also announced that the new browser works better with web applications like Facebook as well as fully conforming to web standards by passing the ACID tests.  This quick release has people thinking that Firefox is posing a threat to Internet Explorer's market share.  But it may be that the two browsers are beginning to notice Flock which is coming of age.  Flock already integrates well with sites like Facebook and major email portals: being based on Gecko will have the same adherence to standards as Firefox. Will Microsoft's move stop people discovering and moving to Flock?  Looks like the browser wars may be back on.
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