Why Chrome Is Google's Secret Weapon
May 20th 2013 11:00PM
Updated May 21st 2013 1:00AM
Google's Chrome Internet browser has been growing like gangbusters. The company recently reported that over 750 million monthly active Chrome users exist in the world, which is an increase of 300 million users since last year. Beneath the surface, Chrome is quite possibly one of Google's greatest assets. In this video, Fool contributor Steve Heller sits down with Erin Miller to discuss why Chrome is so important to Google's mobile strategy.
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