Google is rolling out a new API enabling consumers to access Web content in iOS applications via its Chrome browser instead of Apple's own default browser Safari.
Google released new versions of its Chrome browser beta for Android and Apple iOS, highlighted by full-screen viewing options.
Google is launching Blink, an open-source rendering engine spinning out of WebKit, the engine powering browsers including the company's own Chrome as well as archrival Apple's Safari.
Google will not merge its Android and Chrome operating systems, Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said Thursday.
Google is reportedly readying Babble, a cross-platform application that combines the company's multiple messaging and chat options into a single service.
Opera Software, the company behind the popular mobile browser of the same name, confirmed it will scrap its Presto rendering engine in favor of WebKit, a move to increase its competitiveness on Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
Google is introducing a Chrome Beta channel optimized for Android smartphones and tablets, offering users early access to mobile browser updates and enhancements prior to their official public release.
Google updated its Chrome browser for Apple's iOS, adding support for the Passbook virtual wallet application.
Google updated its Chrome browser for Apple's iOS, enabling iPhone and iPad users to share webpages from social networks Facebook, Twitter and Google+ in addition to email.
During Google I/O, the company's annual developer-focused conference, Google Vice President of Chrome Brian Rakowski announced that the Chrome app will be available for devices running iOS 4.3 or higher.