Google's Chrome browser is adding features at a rate of knots. The team behind the software has announced that the latest version of Chrome will feature bookmark syncing between browsers.
What that means is that if you save a bookmark on your browser, but then leave that computer and switch to another one, then it'll be there ready and waiting for you. Could prove useful for saving those links to hilarious videos that your friends keep sending you at work until you get home.
At the moment, the feature is limited to the unstable "dev channel". You can try it, but it hasn't rolled out yet to the more polished end of the browser's release versions. However, if there's no major bugs, then expect bookmark syncing to show up in regular Chrome within a few months.