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September 20, 2008


Google Chrome Beta: Google’s New Browser

by Anthony Verre

Google Chrome: The New Open Source Browser

Google's Open Source Browser

Google, yet again, is going to attempt another hostile takeover of the internet marketplace with Google Chrome

There’s tons of solid info all over the web already, at places like Techmeme and Blogoscoped.

Heck, Google even released a comic book illustrating how they want this new browser to work, piecing the best parts from Firefox, Safari, Opera, and a bunch of other browsers, to compile this open-source monster. Right now a Beta version of the browser exists only for Windows, but the G-Men are hard at work making it compatible for Mac and Linux.

UPDATE: (9/3/2008)

The Google Chrome Browser has been released into the wild. You can download Chrome here. You should also check Matt Cutts’ blog for his explanations of where Chrome is going and what it can do now.

  1. Nov 21 2008

    I hesitate to use even upgraded versions of Chrome, since my last experience using it (first version) left my computer compromised; have they fixed the security issues beyond all doubt?

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