Google Chrome Web Browser Could Hit the Mac by Christmas

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Date: Friday, October 9th, 2009, 07:00
Category: Software

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A Mac OS X version of Google Chrome could arrive as early as Christmas. According to Macworld UK, Google CEO Eric Schmidt broke the news at a New York press conference responding to a question about Chrome’s market share, which some have claimed is disappointing.

“I see a lot of Macs in this room, and a lot of very sophisticated people are using Macs now and we need to get a version of Chrome out for that, which we’ll have in a couple of months. The key to browser strength is speed.”

Google Chrome is billed as a browser that combines minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer and easier.

The Mac version was expected sometime in 2010.

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3 Responses to “Google Chrome Web Browser Could Hit the Mac by Christmas”

  1. “a lot of very sophisticated people are using Macs now”. Now???? And before they were using Windows??? Quite an attitude in that quote. 🙁

  2. This is great. Now Google is more powerful and easier to use. I have been searching here all the information about Swine flu and i got them all fast. It was my research last semester and i was thankful to google, this search engine helped me a lot.It’s worth getting emergency loans for an H1N1 vaccine.
    😀

  3. hm, owh did the google chrome is nice? =-X