Google Chrome 14 released to the stable channel

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For those Google Chrome lovers, version 14 has already been released and is now available for download in the stable channel. This latest released doesn’t bring much for the end users, but brings two technologies focus on developers to crate better web apps and games.

  • The Web Audio API that will enable to incorporate fancy audio effects.
  • Native Client is an open-source technology which allows code to be seamlessly and securely executed inside the web browser. This technology is now limited web app in the Chrome Web Store, but Google is working to lift the limitations.

Mac users are the ones that will get some changes with this release. Google Chrome 14 fixes many crash bugs that were affecting Mac users, they added full-screen support for Lion, and finally this version of Google Chrome comes with some all-around visual polish.

Google Chrome 14 should update automatically to all users, but if that didn’t happen and you cannot wait, just head over www.google.com/chrome to download Google Chrome 14 stable.

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