Google Enters The Chrome Wars
Kevin Harmon is the CEO of Red Shorts Media LLC, which owns movie and music trade-in/buyback websites. He is the former CEO of Inflatable Madness, LLC, one of the largest DVD and CD resellers on eBay and Amazon.
Kevin has appeared on Startup Nation Radio multiple times, has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, has been a featured speaker at eBay Live, and has appeared on Fox Business Channel.
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Well, Google pulled off another surprise yesterday and announced that they have been working on a web browser, named Chrome. They made the beta available for download to the general public and within 1 day, Google has 1% of the browser market!
There are a ton of possibilites here for Chrome to integrate into all of Google’s web apps and move us all towards complete web based computing.
By the way, as a tech geek, I find it really interesting that 20 years ago, everything was Mainframe – meaning central servers did all the work and your computer was dumber than a box of rocks. Then we had the PC revolution, or decentralized computing – your computer got real smart and servers weren’t needed as much. And now, 20 years later, the web has come along and we will soon be WebFrame computing again.
But I digress…
So here’s the link to download Chrome. Give it a shot and let me know what you think of it.