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Google's Chrome intended to steal market share from Microsoft

In the ongoing war for Internet users' eyes and wallets, search giant Google On Tuesday unveiled a shiny new Web browser that it hopes will lure users away from Microsft's Internet Explorer - and bolster Google's lucrative on-line advertising and applications business as well.

Google says its new Chrome browser, launched just a week after Microsoft unveiled an updated version of Internet Explorer, is designed to be faster, easier, more stable and more secure in era when users are increasingly turning to the Web to run complex applications - from watching video to crunching data and running other sophisticated programs that were once housed exclusively within a PS's hard drive.

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Capt CHAOS3310d ago

This will hit our beloved firefox more than it'll hit IE..