In Pictures: First Look. Google Chrome 28

A new rich notification feature, a different kind of WebKit and a raft of security fixes made it into the latest stable version of Google's Chrome browser.

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Security bucks Google paid Russian researcher Andrey Labunets $21,500 for fixing several bugs, including a high-priority issue in sign-in and sync. A further $6,267 went to Collin Payne for his work in fixing the only critical-rated vulnerability in Chrome 28, a use-after-free with network sockets.

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