Seems like Big G updates
its browser of choice with fresh features
every time we turn around, and one of Google's own, dev advocate Paul Kinlan, revealed that another spate of upgrades are arriving for Chrome early next year. The headliner is plug-and-play support for gamepads, but native support for cameras, microphones and open-source video chat framework WebRTC are on the docket too -- features that give Chrome some considerable gaming chops when combined with its existing WebGL and HTML 5 prowess and, he says, could bring OnLive
to the web without plugins. If you thought Angry Birds
on a browser was a great, we can't wait to see what's in store when a proper controller and integrated video chat are involved.