What the ‘Google Chrome’ software could mean for the future of computing

The latest version of Google’s Chrome browser is getting some attention in the technology world.

Google said Wednesday that its software developer tools were being used to develop a Chrome browser that would allow for a unified, unified user interface that would be much more user friendly.

The project, codenamed Chrome, was created by two companies, Google and Microsoft.

It will not be used for anything other than providing a unified interface for the browser, a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement.

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella is leading the effort.

“Chrome will be the first modern browser to run on a Linux distribution, and it will have a radically new user interface,” Nadell said in the statement.

“Its users will be able to quickly navigate and perform tasks with ease, as well as interact with apps and websites in the same way they interact with webpages and websites today.”

The Chrome browser will be built on a new open source engine called Blink.

Blink was built by Microsoft, while Google has developed its own browser, called Chrome OS, that is based on the Blink engine.

Blink will be used to run the Chrome browser, which will be powered by the open source EngineVM, a fork of the Google Chrome browser engine.

Google and other tech companies are hoping that the project will allow Chrome users to run Chrome apps on a more efficient platform and be more flexible.

Microsoft, meanwhile, has a different take.

“It’s not a Google browser,” a Microsoft spokeswoman told the Associated Press.

“The Blink browser is being developed by a team of Google engineers that is also building the Chrome OS OS.

It’s an open-source project that’s being developed to give Chrome users a modern browser on a platform they can easily upgrade to as well.”

Microsoft, however, is working with Google to bring Blink to Windows, OS X, Linux and Android.

Google has also been working with Microsoft to create a browser that can run a web server, which Microsoft is using as a basis for its Chrome OS project.