On Tuesday Google officially announced the launch of Chrome for Android beta, but only for Android 4.0 devices, rendering the entire launch rather pointless. Most Android users are still stuck on Gingerbread, Froyo or Honeycomb, but Google's shiny new
The Lindholm email suggests that Google wanted to look at alternatives to Java for its Android and Chrome operating systems. The argument follows, why would Google look for alternatives unless it felt compelled to do so? According to Groklaw, Google's
We're excited that millions of people around the world use Chrome as their primary browser and we want to keep improving that experience. Today, we're introducing Chrome for Android Beta, which brings many of the things
Earlier this morning, we talked about Chrome for Android Beta hitting devices that run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – bringing a delectable desktop browsing experience onto your tablet or smartphone device. Well
When Google today launched Chrome for Android in beta they did so without support for Adobe Flash. For many users this seemed surprising given the strong.