Although Internet Explorer held its majority — albeit steadily shrinking — market share for global browser usage in April, a new post from Pingdom illustrates that Microsoft has already been trumped by Google and Mozilla in certain regions. Citing StatCounter, the company has compiled usage data for North America, Europe, Africa, South America, Asia and Oceania into a series of charts that illustrate which browsers were most popular in each area and detail the most commonly used versions of each. Hit the source link to find out where Internet Explorer remains king and where Chrome and Firefox have prevailed.