Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 15th Sep 2009 22:21 UTC
Google Only a year after Google's Chrome entered the browser market, we're already hitting version 3. While Chrome 3 had been available in the developer and beta channels for a while now, the company has now released the first stable Chrome 3 version. Technically, this means Chrome 3 has been released.
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Microsoft should end IE
by fuzzywombat on Wed 16th Sep 2009 13:41 UTC
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What we're seeing is browser war 2.0 and it's obvious Microsoft is clearly dead last technically. They just released IE 8 and I don't see 8.1 or 9 coming out anytime soon. In the meantime Firefox folks are working hard on 3.6 which is due out sometime early next year and I'm sure Google is already working on Chrome 4. I'm just not seeing how long this can go on. Microsoft is dragging it's feet and it's actually hurting the development of internet. IE6 is an example of this. Microsoft should either step up it's game or get out. There is already a noticeable difference in speed between Chrome and IE8 now. Releasing more fake PR reports on how IE8 is better than everything else isn't going to work anymore. IE is serving absolutely no purpose to Microsoft other than making Microsoft look bad and it's time they realize this and kill IE. It's for their own good.

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