Tuesday, September 2, 2008

1001 Noisy is compatible with the new Chrome browser

Google has unleashed today the first public version of their Chrome web browser. Our early tests show that this blog is compatible with Chrome. If you are using Chrome and you notice any problems or issues with this blog, please let us know.



And since we are talking web browsing, here is something really cool, it blends the Hadron collider and rap music, on YouTube.


Update! A Photo Editor is talking about to a "snafu" in the legal terms of service of Google Chrome. Google is apparently working to fix this, but needless to say this is rather embarrassing. Chief Google Spam-meister Matt Cutts responds to the criticisms and conpsiracy theories :)

2 comments:

tai said...

Chrome uses webkit (the Safari rendering engine) to render pages, so it should look the same as on Safari, which has always been fine for me. Though I've heard they have made a few changes, so there is always a chance for trouble.

I really want to try Chrome out, but no Mac version as of yet :(

1001 noisy cameras said...

It looks like they wanted to get it out the door as soon as possible. Perhaps to get a foothold on the computers targeting the holiday shopping season?