Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 17th Mar 2009 21:01 UTC
Google The Google Chrome team has pushed out the beta release of the Chrome 2.0 web browser release. In addition, they have also opened the beta update channel, so if you're running the beta you'll get continuous updates keeping you up to speed with Chrome 2.0's development tree. Apart from speed improvements, Chrome 2.0 delivers several other interesting new features.
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by cypress on Tue 17th Mar 2009 22:02 UTC
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Still no native Linux port? :|

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by siimo on Tue 17th Mar 2009 22:12 in reply to "Linux?"
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From what I heard a beta release should be out by July for Apple and Linux OSs.

BTW its great to see the pace at which all the browsers are optimising and releasing often.

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by VenomousGecko on Tue 17th Mar 2009 22:14 in reply to "Linux?"
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I was thinking the same thing. I thought that they were supposed to remove all of the Windows only bits for the 2.0 release, thereby making it possible to be cross-platform. I guess we will have to be patient to see if that actually happens for this release.

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by VenomousGecko on Wed 18th Mar 2009 02:47 in reply to "RE: Linux?"
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