Chrome 11 Arrives In Beta With Speech Input And New Icon

Windows/Mac/Linux: Chrome 11 has made its way to the beta release of Chrome, bringing with it an HTML5-powered speech input ability (which you can test out here), GPU-powered 3D CSS rendering, and the new, flatter Chrome icon. Chrome 11 is due to hit the Stable release relatively soon, given how quickly it moved into Beta. [Chrome Releases Blog via TechCrunch]

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