Chrome 28 and its New Rendering Engine and Rich Notifications Now Live

This month's hot new browser blockbuster is Chrome XXVIII, with Google's web team now making the 28th major version of its ever more popular browser live for all mainstream users. Read More >>

Google Might Be Ditching Webkit, But There's One Version of Chrome That Just Can't Escape It

News came this morning that Google's going to fork Webkit, producing a new rendering engine called Blink. According to the developers, that's going to be a great thing for speed, and hopefully for memory usage on the desktop. On the mobile though, at least on the iPhone, Chrome's not going to escape the clutches of Webkit, probably ever. Read More >>

Google Is Forking WebKit to Create a New Rendering Engine For Chrome and Opera

Google announced last night that it's going to stop using WebKit — the rendering engine currently used by the likes of Safari and Chrome to display web pages — in favour of its own solution, which will be called Blink. Read More >>

You'll Never Believe This Was Made With Just WebKit

Wanna know who's got the most impressive web visuals we've seen in a while? It's a little site called, written by Steven Wittens. Just head over there and slowly scroll down. You're looking into the web future. Here's how they did it. [ via Joel Johnson] Read More >>


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