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Google Offers Shortcut to Open Web Technologies Within Internet Explorer

Google today announced an early-stage open source plugin called Google Chrome Frame that aims to seamlessly allow use of open web technologies and faster JavaScript engines within Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser. In a blog post today Google says: "One challenge developers face in using these new technologies is that they are not yet supported by Internet Explorer. Developers can't afford to ignore IE — most people use some version of IE — so they end up spending lots of time implementing work-arounds or limiting the functionality of their apps."

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