First Look: Chrome still shines, 10 versions later Video
First Look: Chrome still shines, 10 versions later Video Transcript
Google's browser-based operating system isn't quite ready for a mass-market debut, but that hasn't stopped the company from distributing a limited number of specially designed laptops running Chrome OS. Take a tour of what's similar and what's new in this First Look vid
It took a year, but the long-awaited stable version of Chrome for Mac and Linux is here. Google has upgraded the stable branch of the browser to version 5, which includes several HTML5-based features.
The current Chrome browser offers much more than its reputation for speed and its minimalist look. See what it can do for you in this First Look.
Vice President of Product Marketing Sundar Pichai announces the release of Google Chrome OS, a new operating system based on its Chrome browser.
Josh Lowensohn walks you through what's hot and what's not with Google's developer release of Chrome for Mac. This early version of the popular Windows browser is now available for Mac and Linux users.
Google decides that Chrome OS will be more appealing if it looks more like a desktop and less like a browser. Here's a taste of the biggest update to Chrome OS since it launched.
Google Play and 100 GB of cloud storage comes to Chrome OS, following an overhaul earlier this year that gave the browser-based operating system a Desktop look. Here's a taste of the latest Chrome OS update.
If you live and die by Facebook and Twitter, RockMelt has a browser for you. Based on Chromium, the foundation for Google Chrome, RockMelt bakes extensive Facebook and Twitter hooks into the browser interface. Check it out in this First Look video.
It's not fully baked yet, but Google Chrome for Mac reaches a major milestone with the release of an official beta version. More stable than the development version, this Chrome beta brings rocket-powered browsing to Apple's computers--but it still lacks some key features. And just how does it compare with Safari? Watch and find out.
Bill Gates wonders why Google would want to make a browser-based operating system. In fact he wonders what exactly a browser is anyway. We also have some crazy Steve Ballmer quotes and some crazy stats of how many people respond to spam.