Here is some good news for frequent users of Chrome when surfing the information superhighway using their mobile devices -- Google has rolled out a new update to its browser that from now on will make mobile browsing a more smoother and frankly, less maddening experience. Mobile users may have already tried to browse the web using their smartphones and tablet devices and observed how web pages sort of jump while they are in the process of loading. There is actually a simple reason for those jumps -- developers design web pages to load the actual content first before queuing images, graphics, and ads.
Google apparently has plans to release hybrid mobile devices that can be powered by both the Android as well as the Chrome operating system. As indicated in a report published by 9to5Google, these devices are said to include a convertible laptop, plus a Nexus tablet device built by Huawei. Another separate report from Android Police also stated that Google is also looking to launch a convertible notebook.
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