Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st Feb 2010 15:16 UTC
Google "Google updated its Chrome browser's developer's builds to version 5 for Windows and Mac today, the first time any version of Chrome has reached that milestone. Google was expected to push version 5 out to the public before the end of the month. Unlike the more recent versions of developer's build 4.x, the developer's builds of Chrome 5.x seems to be starting off to a rough start."
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by zegenie on Mon 1st Feb 2010 19:44 UTC
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Yes, it's speedy, good-looking (opinions, not necessarily facts) and has a good extensions framework, but Google choosing the non-open and non-free side of the html 5 video-tag discussion is reason enough for me to stick with Firefox instead. While not perfect, at least they don't push for a non-free and non-open web.

Edited 2010-02-01 19:45 UTC

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RE: html5
by Kroc on Mon 1st Feb 2010 23:18 in reply to "html5"
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Chrome has OGG built in.

The HTML5 video thing is a publisher issue. Google have not transcoded YouTube content into OGG. They are sitting on On2 at the moment as well. Don’t think that Google have chosen their side yet, I believe they still have a trick up their sleeve yet.

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