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Google Going Native With Chrome

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Native Client is coming to Google -- soon. This is big news. Native Client is a technology that will enable a browser to run code over the Web, but not just JavaScript or Java -- as regular software. It's an approach that has profound technological implications in terms of software delivery, the cloud and, oh yeah, security.

In a mailing list posting Google Brad Chen, Google's Native Client engineering manager, announced that Native Client (which had been just a research project) is now moving into it early production development phase.

 

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