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Google’s new computer throws out everything but the Web.
The Chrome browser will soon silently fetch pages as you scan search results so that they load without delay.
With Chromecast—a simple streaming dongle—Google may have found the perfect way to bring online videos to your TV.
Google isn’t saying how its new operating system will function, but the clues lie in its browser.
Chrome is designed to make online applications faster, more stable, and easier to use.
The latest Android tablets and Chromebooks suggest different “post-PC” worlds, both more complicated than the one Apple is going for.
By dropping support for a common video format in Chrome, Google means to drive the Web toward one it owns.