Google Chrome update: First screenshot, and live-blog alert

By this time Tuesday, there should be a new browser for us to use.

The Web site for Google's new open-source Chrome browser is slowly waking up. As I first began writing this post, there was a logo, a single screenshot (below), a link to a broken video, and a non-functioning download link. The page now redirects to Google.com, though.

The company is hosting a press conference at its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters Tuesday at 11 a.m. PDT. I will be there and will live blog. Sign up for a reminder in the box at right, or just show up on Webware.com.

Previous coverage:
The Chrome is out of the bag: Google's browser arrives Tuesday.
Google 'starting from scratch' with own browser, Chrome.

This is Google's first screenshot of Chrome.

Click here for full coverage of the Google Chrome launch.

 

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