Google Chrome making headlines on New York Times

Do you know that Google Chrome (my favorite browser) is making ‘headlines’ on The New York Times? Screenshot included.



Google Chrome making headlines on New York Times



Yes, Google is going for broke in their war against Internet Explorer, Safari and Mozilla Firefox. A few weeks back, we saw Google Chrome ads on TV and earlier today I discovered that Google Chrome has ‘conquered’ The New York Times, the largest metropolitan newspaper in the US!

Google Chrome making headlines on New York Times

By the way, have you downloaded and installed Google Chrome? It is a super fast browser (faster than Firefox!), try it!
Subscribe via RSS or Email:

Related Posts


2 comments:

walski69 said...

Chrome is great, and I've been using it for the better part of the last 6 months, except for one thing - it doesn't handle Java very well. But for 90% of the time (i.e. basic surfing), it's fast and efficient.

I'd recommend it to anyone, any time :)

Saidul A Shaari said...

See! I told you Google Chrome is great! :)

Post a Comment

  • Commenters are encouraged to leave comments via OpenID but if you have problems in leaving one via OpenID, please refer to this excellent guide.
  • Comments that add tremendous value to the blog post will not only get approved but also will be personally tweeted (learn how!) by the blogger behind this blog, giving commenters the opportunity to get even more traffic and gain even more exposure to their sites or blogs.
  • Comments that have links in the bodies of comments will never be approved.
  • Preferably comments should be made in English but comments in other languages are also acceptable.