The new version adds capabilities such as better offline support in the form of IndexedDB and mathematics formulas formatted with MathML. As usual, Chrome 24 also incorporates a long list of security fixes, which you can read more about here.
One feature built into Chrome 24, but disabled by default, would be support for CSS custom filters. The technology makes some graphical elements programmable and was developed by Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE)--in its bid to incorporate some features found in the Flash Player software into Web standards, according to CNET.
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