Chrome 14 Bug Bounty Worth a Cool $14,000+
The biggest payout was for a bug that granted unintended access to V8 built-in objects, a discovery that netted the finder $2,337. Other vulnerabilities were worth anywhere from $500 to $2,000 each, which Google can easily afford to pay, and bug hunters are more than happy to accept.
Chrome 14 paves the way for more powerful Web apps and games. There's a new Web Audio API that, in Google's words, "enables developers to add fancy audio effects such as room simulation and spatialization." Google also put effort into making Chrome run more smoothly on Mac OS X Lion, including initial support for Lion's full-screen mode.
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