Google Enhanced the Chrome to new version 21

Google Enhanced the Chrome to new version 21

Google's Chrome now supports the 2880x1800 pixel density of Apple's MacBook Pro Retina display.

Until now, Google's popular browser did not support the display on Apple's newest MacBook Pro. The Retina screen has a 2880x1800 pixel density (220 pixels per inch). It is the highest pixel density, by far, of any laptop in its class.

Back in June, Google said: "Apple recently announced a new laptop with a Retina Display, and we are committed to polishing Chrome until it shines on that machine." And that's exactly what Google did now.

Google also includes an API that "lets you grant web apps access to your camera and microphone without a plug-in." The GetUserMedia API is the "first step" in WebRTC, a standard that allows high-quality video and audio communication on the Web, Google said. With the new version of Chrome Sketchbots "experiment" uses GetUserMedia to "let you take a picture of your face, which is then converted to a line drawing and sent to a robot in the Science Museum in London. The robot then draws out your portrait in a patch of sand, which you can watch live on YouTube and visitors can watch in person at the museum."

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