Category: bloggers

  • Did Google reverse-engineer Windows?

    Peter Bright writes: Since its release a few weeks ago, curious developers have been sniffing through the source code for Google’s new Chrome web browser. Chrome’s source is interesting for a variety of reasons: there’s the new V8 JavaScript virtual machine with its boasts of near-native code performance, the WebKit rendering engine that does all […]

  • Will Chrome Kill Operating Systems?

    Charlie White at DVICE writes: Someday soon, you may not even notice which operating system your computer is using. That broadband-connected machine may not have an operating system on board at all, at least not like Windows and Mac OS X are today. That’s because there’s a new kid on the block, but he’s not […]

  • Ars Technica Reviews Google Chrome Browser

    “Google launched its first foray into the browser wars today with the official release of Chrome, a new open source web browser that aims to push forward Internet innovation and elevate user expectations. Although Chrome is still a bit light on features, it is surprisingly polished and has an assortment of highly promising capabilities that […]

  • Marshall Kirkpatrick Wonders about Google Chrome TOS

    Marshall Kirkpatrick writes: “one thing we hadn’t noticed until this evening was a curious section of the Chrome Terms of Service.” “The terms include a section giving Google “a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content which you submit, post or […]