Google Chrome, the browser from Google that pundits everywhere have been speculating about for years has finally arrived, at least in beta form. So what is it like? Pretty much exactly what you'd expect from Google: it's a browser, but simplified. Google chose to use the open-source WebKit browser as the basis for Chrome. Strangely, only a Windows version of Chrome is currently available, even ...
Rumors that Google plans to release a web browser have been circulating for years. Personally I've never placed much stock in them, because it's always made more sense to time that Google would continue releasing plugins for existing browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer to allow users to take advantage of Google's web services. After all, that's what the company has done with the Google ...
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