Search engines such as Google have been making life a lot easier for developers. They have huge development resources that startups just don't have, and when they make their APIs available, everyone benefits. But when it comes to using APIs, especially AJAX APIs, it can be a challenge for developers to use these in a search-friendly way.
Google's Chromebooks are about go get a whole lot better. The company today said Chromebooks will soon be able to run Linux in a virtual machine, where developers can code and even deploy Android apps directly to Chrome. Google says this is all about listening to its power users