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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Nik Silver tagged chrome

"Last year we proposed the Web Intents API to help web applications integrate with one another with minimal effort. We've now enabled an experimental version of the API in the most recent stable version of Chrome, to gather feedback from the web community and shape the future of the Web Intents API."

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"...But, as Ed Bott observes over at ZDnet, something big may already have changed. Specifically, Mozilla, which makes Firefox, may have had its oxygen supply cut off. The Mozilla Org is funded almost entirely by a toolbar deal with Google."

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"Chrome Remote Desktop BETA is the first installment on a capability allowing users to remotely access another computer through the Chrome browser or a Chromebook."

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"Straight from the heart of Mozilla’s developer newsgroup comes news of an ambitious new project: a standalone, web-based operating system. If that concept sounds familiar, I’ve also just described the core of Google’s Chrome OS which we’re beginning to see pop up on netbooks. The big twist? It’s currently being developed for mobile devices. And it’s partially Android-based."

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The war against content farms continues. The latest weapon is a Chrome plug to help report bad search results.

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"Google Chrome has no RSS reader. It doesn’t even try to render RSS, or even help the user with it in any way. It gives less of a crap than a French man smoking a cigarette in public."

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"Suffice to say, we expect that future Android tablets (and iPads for that matter) will be compatible with these types of web apps. In designing the app, it doesn’t look like the Times was just targeting the desktop browser."

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"The NYTimes app for the Chrome Web Store is a sophisticated HTML5 application that leverages advanced browser features to deliver a unique and compelling reading experience that can be read online or offline."

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A video preview of Google's Chrome OS. Looks like it shares some key ideas with 10/GUI (http://10gui.com/video/). Nice to see simplicity coming back into fashion.

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