September 4, 2008
Do You Want to Use Chrome?
One reason not to use Chrome has been eliminated. PC World is reporting that Google will delete one section of the end-user licensing agreement, noted in LLB's earlier post Search is Google, Google Is Search, that gave the Company "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 display on or through" Chrome.
Early reviews of Chrome that might help you decide on using or not using Google's new browser include:
- Tech Law Prof Blog editor Mark Giangrande (DePaul) hands-on review, Google's New Browser -- Chrome
- Google Blogoscoped's Browsing With Google Chrome
- Google's Chrome: 7 Reasons for It and 7 Reasons Against It
- Lifehacker's Beta Browser Speed Tests: Which Is Fastest?
- BetaNews Review: The first Google Chrome beta
From the Chrome Development Team. Check out Chrome's features (includes download link) and this 5-minute video, The Story Behind Google Chrome:
Implications of Chrome. Chris Pirillo thinks Chrome will change the Web world. Jacqueline Emigh (BetaNews) offers some very interesting insights into how Chrome is tied to the mobile web via Android. [JH]
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