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If you’re using the Canary build of Chrome, you may have already noticed: your settings menu is now a tab instead of a pop-up dialog box. Instead of using an operating system-generated window for options, the Chrome team has switched over to HTML. This is expected, since Chromium and Chrome OS already have this feature.
But it’s actually a better way to find different settings as Chrome’s feature set has become larger.
HTML style options are now available in Chrome Labs for the Canary version of the browser by typing “about:labs” in the Omnibox.
Enterprises now have the ability to make policy modifications in Chrome browser with downloadable templates.
The Chrome 6 issue that was causing overstated traffic reports in Google Analytics has been corrected.
It isn’t Apple or Facebook that pose a threat to Google but Bing does according to Eric Schmidt.
Intel plans on launching its own app store, will it challenge Google and the Chrome Web Store?