Google released the latest stable update to their Google Chrome browser earlier today, bringing with it a handful of features exclusive to Ubuntu users...
GNOME 3 Chrome users can now match their browser to the rest of their system with the release of an 'Adwaita' Chrome theme by designer Garrett LeSage.
The folks over at Rovio, creators of the now famous Angry Birds, have unleashed an HTML5 version of the popular game that's designed to run in Chrome (or Chromium!) on any operating system.
Not being an American I'm not quite aware of how big Netflix - the on-demand video streaming service - is. What I am aware of, however, is that many users have longed for a way to use the service in Linux. Google and Netflix, however, plan to fix that.
Chrome/ium doesn't use Ubuntu's new Overlay Scrollbars which is a shame: thy're cute, slim and awesome to use. Whilst we can't enable overlay scrollbars themselves in Chrome/ium we can at least match the look, courtesy of reader Micha R who mailed in just how to do this...
OMG! Ubuntu! reader Cyrill sent us through a little mockup of what Ubuntu would look like with tabs inside the panel. He says "On my netbook's 10 inch screen, every single pixel is important. And as there is barely no global menu for Chromium (this changed apparently in Natty), i was wondering how it would look if tabs were using that free space."
Using Ubuntu on a tablet or netvertible isn't the nicest of fits and that's understandable: Ubuntu is not a tablet OS after all. There are, however, plenty of things one can do to make the experience of using Ubuntu on a tablet/touchscreen that little bit more more enjoyable. Over the coming weeks I'll be sharing a selection of tips, apps and ideas for doing just this. But first you'll need something to read the posts in...
Where Chromium leads, Chrome surely follows... Following yesterday's news of Chromium Daily adding experimental support for Ubuntu's new Global Menu, Google Chrome Unstable - which is based upon Chromium - has also been updated with support for it.
Google Chrome drops it's revamped logo into Linux - and boy is it an improvement.
Fans of Gmail and Google Chrome/ium are sure to be pleased at the latest update to Chrome notiofication extension 'Chromify-OSD': it's added GMail support.
A new Chrome Web App (okay, 'glorified bookmark') provides you with quick access to your Ubuntu One file storage.
Which direction are the four major players taking? Is the cloud really the next step? Was porridge the best choice for breakfast this morning? Find out all this and more with Tyler's exciting editorial after the jump.