The talk of the internet today is the launch and availability of the new Google Chrome web browser. As a mobile enthusiast, I immediately asked myself if it is possible that the Chrome browser would be coming to mobile platforms and after reading that the new Chrome browser is based on the WebKit open source project like the Nokia S60 and Apple iPhone browsers I think it is very possible that it will be coming to the mobile space and may actually be the browser that we see launched on the Google Android devices in the next month or two. We know that the Google Android, aka Open Handset Alliance, browser is also an open source browser based on WebKit, but I can't find any information on the actual name of the browser.
I downloaded the Windows PC version of the Chrome browser and see that is has quite a simple interface, which is what appeals to most people about the Google search engine. It seems that this kind of browser is perfect for ultra portable devices and may be a contender in the mobile space. There hasn't been any information provided that Chrome is coming to mobile devices, but I am now even more curious to check out the browser on a Google Android device from T-Mobile that I will by buying as soon as they are available.