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Apr 26 2018   11:07PM GMT

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Google Chromium is an open source project that was initiated to make source code for the Chrome OS and the Chrome browser available to developers. Continued…

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“Google draws its source code for Chrome from the Chromium project once it is happy with the stability and functionalities of features in production.” – Adrian Bridgwater

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