If you want some more discussion of a possible Google web broswer, Eric Hellweg's new Technology Review article, Project Googlefox, offers some analysis of last week's news about two Firefox developers who recently joined Google.
Neither Goodger nor Fisher [the two Firefox engineers] is commenting on their new roles, and Steve Langdon, a spokesperson for the company, has also maintained a relative silence on the specifics.
"I'm not able to share any information on what Ben's going to work on," Langdon says. "Many of Google's products aim to enhance browser products, and we're interested in exploring interaction between browsers and Google's services."
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