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'Marketplace' Report: Google Chrome

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'Marketplace' Report: Google Chrome

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Google is introducing Google Chrome, its new Web browser Tuesday. Google Chrome is designed deal with video and sound better than the ubiquitous Microsoft Explorer. The company statement calls its new product "a fresh take on the browser". Alex Chadwick talks with Nancy Marshall-Genzer about what the new browser can and cannot do.

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