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Daily Tech: Google Announces New Browser Chrome

Google Announces New Browser Chrome
- Official Google Blog: A fresh take on the browser
- Google Blogoscoped: Google Chrome, Google’s Browser Project
- ars technica: Google opens up new front in browser wars with Chrome
- PC Mag: Don’t Get Hooked on Google Chrome Hype
- GigaOM: Mozilla Not Worried About Google Browser
- TechCrunch: First Images of Google Chrome

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3 Responses to “Daily Tech: Google Announces New Browser Chrome”

  1. A dawn of a new era? — There’s definitely not a soul who doesn’t know about the decade long microsoft and google rivalry. Both of these huge goliaths having been constanly pushing themselves to their limits to totally conquer the computer and internet industry. I think I’ll stick with firefox till Chrome moves in and out of beta.

    Posted by asksiva | September 2, 2008, 6:25 pm
  2. so far it appears ok. downloads “seem” a little faster. nothing at the moment to entice firefox users but my spidey sense tells me they’ve got something up their sleeves with android and not to mention all the apps like gmail, google docs etc etc. dawn of a new era indeed.

    Posted by techjunkie | September 3, 2008, 10:34 am
  3. Chrome doesn’t support Java.

    Posted by asksiva | September 5, 2008, 10:42 am

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