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Google has a blockbuster success on its hands with its Android mobile operating system. But the company also recently launched Chrome for Android, a mobile web browser.

So we thought we’d sit down with a spokesperson for the Google Chrome team and grill him on exactly where the company stands on the mobile web versus native app debate. At South By Southwest, Chrome developer relations guy Paul Irish took some time to chat with us about exactly that.

Check out this clip, and stay tuned for lots more from SXSW.

VB Mobile SummitVentureBeat is holding its second annual Mobile Summit this April 2-3 in Sausalito, Calif. The invitation-only event will debate the five key business and technology challenges facing the mobile industry today, and participants — 180 mobile executives, investors, and policymakers — will develop concrete, actionable solutions that will shape the future of the mobile industry. You can find out more at our Mobile Summit site.

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