Google will enter the web browser market tomorrow with Google Chrome. A lightweight web browser redesigned from the ground up to be web app friendly. Chrome is set to be more resilient to slow-down and crashing as each tab is run in a separate process.
How will Google Chrome compete against Internet Explorer, Firefox and the host of other browsers on the market? I think they will push Chrome (when it's ready) through google.com, you know, that search engine that EVERYONE uses.
Not all of Google's products work out. Take Google Talk for example, it's under performing in a big way. Let's see if Chrome can be anything more than an under featured alternative.
When Chrome launches, you will find it here.