Six months ago, Google announced a new update to the Android platform that makes the platform more secure.
Today, Google is rolling out a new version of its search engine that has been updated to support the new update.
Google’s search engine is built on a new architecture called Chromium, which is a fork of Chrome.
It’s a modified version of Chrome that adds many security and performance features, such as better support for HTTPS connections, support for Google Maps and other Google services, and new ways to access and modify files on the server side.
Google has not yet announced the release date of this new Chromium version, but the company says it will roll out it to users in the coming weeks.