engine - 8:45 pm on Jan 31, 2013 (gmt 0)
Chromium, the open source web browser project that shares much of the same code and features as Google Chrome, has been updated for Windows to include a new notification center.
The release has been spotted by François Beaufort over on Google+ today, and appears to be a way for the technology giant to bring Android’s critically acclaimed Google Now cards to the desktop.
After downloading the latest build, Beaufort says users simply need to toggle on the “Enable Rich Notifications” under chrome://flags.
Google Chromium Updated To Add Notification Center [thenextweb.com]