Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Dec 2008 22:18 UTC
Google After just 100 days, Google has lifted the veil of betaness off its web browser, Chrome, by releasing version 1.0. When Chrome made its first public appearance earlier this year, it was met with positive reveiws due to its JavaScript performance, as well as its robust multithreaded model. Now that the beta label has been ripped off Chrome, Google can't hide itself anymore: Chrome will now have to take Firefox and Internet Explorer head-on.
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Bad Marketing
by jedimasterk on Fri 12th Dec 2008 19:08 UTC
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I wonder how long Chrome will be in development for Linux/MacOSX. By the time it is released no one will care. I agree all three platforms should have been released at the same time!. Bad marketing for Google. Maybe Opera will release Opera 10 for Linux and MacOSX first and let Windows users out in the cold for several months.

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