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Custom Chrome Browser Promises More Privacy, No Tracking
Hidden Reflex launches Chromium-based browser tweaked to block advertisers' tracking networks while speeding up page-load times. Startup security firm Hidden Reflex is hoping that consumers who want a more private online browsing experience will choose its customized version of Google's Chrome browser.
Google Now seen in Chrome Browser code, hints at impending arrival
Google Now seems another step closer to arriving to the Chrome browser on Windows and Chrome platforms, thanks to yet another code spot by Chromium savant François Beaufort.
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Google's Chrome Browser on a USB Drive - Hack N Mod
Google's Chrome Browser on a USB Drive. Install Google Chrome on your USB so you don't have to re-install it when on the go. With all the hubub about Google's new browser, Chrome, it was just a matter of time before it was portablized.
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Google prepares to ruin Chrome browser - ZDNet
Why is Google doing this. The only reason given is that WebM and Theora are "open" codecs while H.264 is not. But then Chrome supports plenty of "closed" standards, such as Flash, so dropping H.264 support is only a small step in making Chrome more "open.".
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