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September 5, 2008

More Buzz on Chrome

Google's new browser, Chrome, is a traffic generator as people look for the download.  Information Week has the story.  There was some backlash over harsh terms in the Chrome EULA.  Google has said the language was a mistake and has changed it retroactively to cover all downloads.  That story is in PC Magazine.  The most interesting story comes from CNET, where Stephan Shankland documents commands that can be entered in Chrome's omnibox which causes the browser to give up details about its current configuration, such as memory usage, statistics, and other useful information.  That article is here.  [MG]

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