- Google is forking Webkit, the open source rendering engine originally created by Apple, with a new version called "Blink" that will go on to its browser and Chrome tablets.
- Google is adding a password-saving feature to Chrome on Android phones, replicating third-party apps like Dashlane.
- Google will build a cheaper version of its 7-inch Nexus tablet, priced as low as $149. Reuters reports the product will be formally announced at May's Google I/O conference.
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