Keynote address, breakout sessions, developer "sandbox"... day 2 of Google I/O conference went on pretty much like day 1 or any other tech fest - heavy on jargons, weak on excitement. That was till Peter Vesterbacka of ROVIO Mobile went on stage as "red bird" from the company's gaming title, Angry Birds. For the first time, the sensationally popular (and addictive) game will be available on desktop computer. As part of its push to integrate all variants of Internet connectivity, Google just launch Angry Bird for Chrome on its Chrome Web Store. Built from WebGL, this Beta version offers a higher rate of frame-per-second at 60, an option of High-Definition, plus levels exclusively made for Chrome. Best of all, its a FREE add-on for your Google Chrome browser.