(Coordinating that must be hard...)
Redcore, which was previously known as AllMobilize Inc., claimed its web browser was the only one to be fully made in China, and that it would break the United States' "monopoly" on software. It even mentioned the browser's "independent intellectual property rights."However, Chinese users discovered some surprising files in the Redcore browser's installation directory, including 'Chrome.exe' and several image files of the Chrome logo. [...] The option to download the Redcore browser has since been removed from the company's website.
including 'Chrome.exe' and several image files of the Chrome logo
Blink is an engine developed by Google and Opera, and a part of Chromium.
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1. Google is starting a new office in Oslo2. Several core Opera veterans are quitting
or example, Blink/ Chromium's way of showing multicolumn layouts was written by Morten from our R&D Department
You don't need any of that to smell a Chromium-type browser from a mile away, setting aside the ease of spotting a WebKit/Blink type engine. Browsers like K-Meleon and SeaMonkey are significantly more distinct from Firefox than Vivaldi is from Chrome.
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