Google Chrome developers have announced that it's working on a feature to sync your internet bookmarks to your Google account.
The feature will launch for developers later this month but will come to consumer versions of Chrome soon. It's just for bookmarks at the moment but Google Chrome OS will do the same with your data.
Bookmark synching in Google Chrome will be push so anything you do in one browser will pop up straight away in any other windows you have open on other PCs.
The bookmarks you save won't be restricted to Chrome either. They'll be synched to your Google account and accessible through a web app.
Bookmarks are a cool beginning but true data synching across machine with Google Chrome OS could be its killer feature. Read more about Google Chrome with our 10 things you need to know.