Visual tour: Android 3.0 'Honeycomb' has landed

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Mobile Chrome gets polish

Android 3.0's browser offers tabs to replace browser windows and, like Google's full Chrome browser, now provides an "incognito" mode for anonymous browsing. Another feature that users may find useful is bookmark syncing with Google Chrome on your PC. Multitouch support for JavaScript and plug-ins is also now available, Google says. And, strengthening a key feature of Android 2.x, Google says it has a improved viewing of Web sites not formatted for mobile, with "improved zoom and viewport model, overflow scrolling, support for fixed positioning, and more."

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