Google on Tuesday issued a new version of its browser, Chrome 3.0. The release, which comes on the heels of the browser's first birthday, fixes two security vulnerabilities. The bugs, one classified as “high” severity and other as “medium,” could enable an attacker to inject JavaScript into a website. Google promised more information about the bugs once a majority of users are up to date. For users with previous versions installed, the update will be pushed out automatically. — AM