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There’s Still Life in Web Browsers

Discussion in 'News' started by tripwire45, Dec 1, 2008.

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  1. tripwire45
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    There’s Still Life in Web Browsers

    With Web applications quickly wallpapering the desktops of PC users these days, it seems the traditional Web browser soon will become obsolete. While the Web has been reinvented many times over, no long-standing browser — Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari — has shown much innovation since its inception. But with the recent debut of Google’s Chrome, “the browser is here to stay,” said Ray Valdes, a vice president of research for Gartner in San Jose, Calif. In fact, the bar is now raised for Chrome launches a Web-based application in a window that presents the app without the traditional window panes of the address bar, bookmarks, etc. Pundits claim it could accelerate the demise of the browser, despite the fact that it is one itself.

    Article published at Certification Magazine.
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    1. hbroomhall
      Interesting - but some people have suggested that Chrome is too little too late, and that it won't go anywhere! :ohmy

      I don't have any stats to back that up though.


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