Techies overwhelmingly voted for IE in a survey conducted by the Computing Technology Industry Association recently. The next three places were also occupied by products from the Microsoft stable.
MS Word came second and Windows 95 came third.
The fourth place was shared by MS Excel Spreadsheet software and Apple's iPod. Other technology products that have impressed geeks over the years are Blackberry, Ad-obe Photoshop, McAfee's VirusScan, Netscape Navigator, and PalmPilot.
The survey was conducted in connection with CompTIA's 25th anniversary. More than 22,000 companies in 100 countries are members of the association.
Motorola India has promoted the product as an "intelligent, hard working device that also offers entertainment on the go."
To make good this promise, the company has pre-loaded the phone with a full-length movie ‘Dus' and MP3 songs. Moto Q offers enhanced multimedia facility and Bluetooth stereo music streaming. It can be purchased through Tata Teleservices's exclusive Business Platinum 649 plan at a price of Rs 19,999.