Monday morning links serving: The December 15th edition

Google Chrome Officially Leaves Beta
Since we first released Google Chrome, the development team has been hard at work improving the stability and overall performance of the browser. In just 100 days, we have reached more than 10 million active users around the world (on all seven continents, no less) and released 14 updates to the product. We’re excited to announce that with today’s fifteenth release we are taking off the “beta” label!

Five Best Sites for Finding Deals Online
Did your holiday gift budget shrink considerably this year? Your friends and family need never be the wiser: You just need to know where to find the best deals.

Microsoft Releases iPhone App
Microsoft apparently isn’t going to ignore the iPhone completely. They released a Seadragon application for the iPhone today that lets users “infinitely zoom” on high quality images with near zero transition times.

How to Run OSX on a Netbook
Apple isn’t ready to offer an inexpensive, low-powered netbook yet — so why not make one yourself?

Everything You Need to Know About Windows 7
Microsoft has been developing Windows 7 under a shroud of secrecy worthy of Apple, and it’s led to a rash of rumors and unfounded expectations. So let us state for the record: Windows 7 doesn’t have a new kernel, it doesn’t run in the cloud, and it’s not based on Midori.

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