Goolge Announcement about Chrome is that it’s retiring Chrome frame in its way of Chrome-ifying internet explorer. It was a way to let developers get around the not-modern-enough IE of 2009.
Apparently Google considers Microsoft’s browser to be modern enough now so that there is no longer a need for Chrome Frame.
In a post on Google’s Chromium blog, Chrome engineer Robert Shield writes:
The main goal of chromium project is that it has always been to help unlock the potential of open web. We work closely to evangelize the web technologies which help to experience the new type and also push the leading web to forward. In order to reach the broadest base of users, developers often had to either build multiple versions of their applications or not use the new capabilities at all. We created Chrome Frame — a secure plug-in that brings a modern engine to old versions of Internet Explorer — to allow developers to bring better experiences to more users, even those who were unable to move to a more capable browser.
Today most people using modern web browsers which support latest web technologies which there for need of Chrome Frame which has essentially evaporated. Google will stop supporting and updating the product in January.