I call this week the 64-bit week in Chrome. Google has released 64 bit of Chrome for Windows and Mac OSX. With that, let me start this weekend’s list of Chrome news!
- Mac Chrome: When I’m Sixty-Four (Bits): 64 bits of Chrome for Mac users.
- 64 bits of awesome: 64-bit Windows Support, now in Stable!: 64 bits of Chrome for Windows users.
- Chrome 38 Beta: New primitives for the next-generation web: New beta version of Chrome v.38, according to the Chromium blog adds a ton of new primitives and APIs to simplify development and give developers more control over their web applications.
- This time it’s personal:The new profile management system is live and available for everyone!
- Personal media casting app AllCast is coming to iOS: iOS users, your time to cast local media, photos and videos to Chromecast connected TVs!
- Chrome Beta for Android Update Finally Brings Back Number Count for Tabs: A small but useful change.
- New Chrome OS Board with Broad Well Chip Named Auron: An exciting new Chrome OS board named Auron based on the Intel Broadwell¹ platform has recently been added to the Chromium OS repository.