Google had a lot to say about Chrome in its Google IO keynote a few weeks ago, but the mobile version of the awesome web browser didn’t get quite as much love. Perhaps there was a reason for that — Google wanted to save those particular megatons for a later date. The company has recently published details regarding two different Chrome Mobile “special” events.
One is slated to begin June 7th at 1PM eastern, while another is coming June 13th at 11AM eastern. Google doesn’t give us any sorts of hints as to what we can expect from these events, but we do have somewhere solid to start. The first thing to note is that these streams are being hosted on the Google Developers site. We don’t want to read too much into that too fast, but these announcements must be developer-centric.
Could Google be dropping info about extensions support for mobile? Are we getting new HTML5 features? Will the mobile and desktop experiences finally be fully merged? We’ll just have to wait until the aforementioned date before all of that is either confirmed or debunked. Be sure to circle back as we’ll definitely be tuned in for each of them, and will be bringing you guys everything that might come from the peculiar events.
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TAGS: Chrome, Chrome for Android, Google Chrome