The Inquirer reports Google has added support for 3D hardware acceleration to its Chrome browser and added the Chrome Web Store to the browser.
Google has been on a roll with Chrome, with the web browser hitting 10 per cent market share, and the most notable new feature is support for WebGL. To highlight the potential of WebGL, Google hosts a gallery of what it calls Chrome Experiments, which makes for impressive viewing.
Aside from WebGL, Google has opened the doors at its Chrome Web Store, allowing users to download applications that run within the browser. At present Google says only US users have access, however by setting your Google account's locale to "English (US)", it is possible to view, download and use applications from the Chrome Web Store.