Unlike Android, Google Chrome OS is open source. Whereas Android is coded behind closed doors one big-name developer says it's no more open than Apple's iOS Google's imminent browser-based operating system is built in large part where everyone can see it.
Rumors regarding what form Google's Chrome operating system may take have been popping up thick and fast ever since the Linux-based OS was announced back in July, but now the first legitimate hints as to what the user interface may look like have surfaced.
With the popularity of Android on smartphones and tablets, Google has a big platform to help push their other products and services. One of those is the Chrome browser for Android. As users surf the net with Chrome, they are able to enjoy the benefits of having their sessions sync with installations of Chrome, say on their desktop and laptop computers.
Google Chrome 30.0.1599.0 Dev, a browser built on the Blink layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, has been released and is available for testing. Google releases development versions of its browser on a regular basis and the software is improved with each new edition. A number of changes have been implemented in this latest version of Google Chrome Dev.
If you have anything to do with IT or computers you know about the Google Chrome browser. No matter where you stand on your opinion of Google, you can not deny the Chrome browser is fast. In fact, Chrome is setting the standard for browser speed such that the competition is now playing a serious game of catch up.
The amazing Chrome developers at Google Inc., announced today (April 9th) the immediate availability for testing of the Google Chrome 5.0.371.0 Alpha web browser for Linux. Windows and Mac operating systems. The new development release comes with great, new features, such as support for Geolocation, HTML5 fixes, Omnibox improvements, and more! The release...