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Topic: Chrome

Beyond 'Nexus One,' Google rumored to create netbook hardware

12/17/2009, 11:12 am

As reports continue to state Google will sell a custom built phone very soon, a new rumor suggests the search company will also release its own branded netbook PC when Chrome OS debuts in late 2010.

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Browser ballot leads EU to drop Microsoft antitrust case

12/16/2009, 08:12 am

Microsoft's Windows browser ballot proved to be enough for the European Union to drop its antitrust case against the Redmond, Wash., software giant.

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Mobile phone sales down in 2009, Chrome barely edges Safari

12/15/2009, 03:12 pm

Overall mobile phone sales are predicted to be down from 2008; the Android Market now has 20,000 applications; and the recent release of Google Chrome beta helped give the browser a slight lead over Safari in market share.

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Safari retains speed crown over newcomer Chrome in OS X

12/09/2009, 09:12 pm

While besting Firefox by nearly 50 percent, Google's newly released Chrome browser was 12 percent slower than Apple's Safari in benchmark tests.

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Google Chrome for Mac Web browser reaches beta release

12/08/2009, 12:12 pm

General users can now download the public beta of Google Chrome for Mac, as the Web browser software was finally made available Tuesday.

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Google outlines Chrome OS plans for netbooks

11/19/2009, 03:11 pm

Google hosted a technical introduction to its new Chrome OS today, which it expects to officially launch on new netbooks by the end of 2010.

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Kindle software coming to Mac; Google Chrome hits milestone

10/23/2009, 04:10 pm

Amazon Kindle customers will have the ability to read their content on the Mac when the official application is launched in the future; and Google Chrome inches closer to release with its developer preview.

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Google sneaks WebKit HTML 5 support into Internet Explorer

09/24/2009, 02:09 pm

Rather than waiting for Microsoft to implement HTML 5, Google has released a plugin for Internet Explorer 8 that injects its own WebKit rendering engine, resulting in a ten fold performance boost for JavaScript.

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