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Google finally unveils Chrome for Mac, Linux

News in brief: Google browser goes multiplatform with beta launch
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News in brief: Google browser goes multiplatform with beta launch

The wait is over: Google has finally brought out a version of its Chrome browser for Mac and Linux operating systems.

The beta browsers, announced yesterday, are a version of Chrome that had previously been available only as a developer preview.

The Mac and Linux Chrome browsers are expected to graduate to the next level of maturity, "stable", on 12 January.

The Google homepage - Popeye-themed to celebrate the 115th birthday of the cartoon's creator, EC Segar - as seen in Chrome for Mac
(Credit: Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET)

For more see Google brings Chrome beta to Mac, Linux on CNET News.com.

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