It looks like Google has taken another step to bridge the gap between web applications and desktop applications. Google has popped its Native Client technology into the latest version of its Google Chrome browser, giving the browser some extra processor power for running web-based applications. Native Client (NaCl) allows programmers to write software that will directly tap into x86 chips, allowing Google Docs to take one more swipe at Microsoft Office (and also Internet Explorer).
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