A day after Google released its Chrome browser for Android, enthusiasts are finding the Easter eggs tucked away into the software.
One draws attention to the fact that the browser doesn't have the eight-tab limit of Apple's Safari on iOS. The browser shows a button showing the number of tabs; tapping the button takes a person to a page with all the tabs showing. But there's only room for two numeric digits in the button.
So what happens when you open your hundredth tab? The 99 turns to a smiley emoticon. Yes, I tried it, and yes, … Read more