CultureMap - September 1, 2010
By Caroline Gallay Is it a music video, a guerilla Google Chrome promotion, or an elaborate showpiece for HTML5? It's hard to say, and it could be all of ...
Arcade Fire, Google Create First HTML5-Powered Music Video - PC Magazine
Arcade Fire Teams Up With Google - Robot Celeb (blog)
Arcade Fire Does Something Cool With Google - Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Arcade Fire are mapping out the future of music videos - The Guardian (blog)
The Neatest Thing You'll See Today: An HTML5 Music Video - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Google and Arcade Fire show off HTML 5 - Gadget news and reviews (blog)
FierceCIO - September 1, 2010
Of course, Chrome's sandboxed rendering model means that implementing any form of hardware acceleration in Google is a tad more difficult compared to ...
Google Chrome Looks To the Future, And The Past - Moovin On Up (blog)
Chrome 7 Shows Off Hardware Acceleration, 'Tabpose' - Webmonkey (blog)
Turn On Hardware Graphics Acceleration in Chrome 7 - Lifehacker
IE9, Chrome 7.0 and Firefox 4.0 Hardware Acceleration Evolution - Softpedia
Two more tablet-friendly features on their way to Google Chrome - Downloadsquad (blog)
Google Confirms Chrome 7 GPU Acceleration - ConceivablyTech (blog)
NetworkWorld.com - August 31, 2010
Google Chrome "Stable" is the official release, and this is the version that Chrome's development team recommends most users install and use. ...
by Lis - September 1, 2010
Currently using IE-8 with Windows7. Should I switch to Google Chrome. Your thoughts. Please advise. Thanks for your time. Go Steelers, Lis.