terça-feira, 2 de setembro de 2008

Google’s Web Browser Won’t Impact Businesses Yet

Google’s new Web browser may seem like a competitor to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, but the Microsoft product that Google really has its sight set on is the Windows operating system. The search giant hopes that its browser, called Chrome, will make it easier for businesses to run sophisticated Web-based software. Just don’t expect it to happen soon.

Google let the world know about its new browser in a 38-page comic book detailing technical features and the strategic reasoning behind the new browser. Spiderman it ain’t. For those who don’t want to slog through it: Most of today’s Web browsers were designed before things like online software were common. Google decided to build a new browser with these tasks in mind, with the idea being that if there’s a browser that can run complex Web-based software then people will be more inclined to write complex Web-based software.


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