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Chrome suffers from old WebKit vulnerability[/url]
powerarmour wrote:Google Backtracks on Chrome License Terms :-
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Now imagine Chrome in Asus Express Gate.Bottled wrote:Gmail and Google Reader can now be opened and appear to function like real apps, separate from the rest of the browsing experience, which kind of alters the way I'm approaching tasks, especially as I've made Facebook and a few online games into apps too, and keep my general browsing and important stuff to the browser window; it cuts down on the regular 'distraction' tabs that I usually keep open.
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