If you’ve tried–and hated–Google Chrome, you’d better disconnect from the internet-tubes for the next day or two–the news is just buzzing with Google’s entry into the browser space.
For those of you who with a rebel yell for "more, more, more," I’m happy to oblige.
First, in case you weren’t invited to the exclusive Google Chrome launch demo, here’s the video:
Second, co-founder Sergey Brin explains why it took so long for Google to launch a web browser:
Next-up, Google’s Matt Cutts explains when and how Google Chrome shares data with Google and answers some common questions about Google’s motives.
Lastly, maybe you shouldn’t worry so much about Google spying on your browsing habits. It’s the hackers you should worry about–they’ve already found a security flaw in Google Chrome.