Google Launches New Browser
Wednesday September 3rd, 2008
Gigaom has published an article including comments from Mozilla CEO John Lily that while Microsoft, Apple and Google have other businesses and agenda, Mozilla's singular agenda is to make the web better.
PCMag has published an article commenting on blog posts from John Lilly and Mozilla Foundation Chairperson Mitchell Baker. In his blog post, John Lilly addresses how the introduction of Chrome affects Mozilla and its relationship with Google. Mitchell Baker commented on Mozilla's open development process and the need to continue building great products in a competitive environment.
Last week, Google and Mozilla extended their search partnership until 2011.
News of Google Chrome leaked early when the comic book explaining Chrome's features was published before Chrome was formally announced.
#4 NIce start
Thursday September 4th, 2008 2:41 PM
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I love the minimalistic UI and some of the smooth tab features. It's rendering engine seems a considerable improvement over IE and Firefox.
What I noticed though is with one window (with several tabs) open, Task Manager showed several instances of Chrome running. Tabbed windows are nice, but not when they always spawn new processes. Seems they have a long way to go in plug-in support, too.