One of the (few) disadvantages to the new MacBook Pro's stunning Retina display is that apps need to be updated to take advantage of it, otherwise they can look fuzzy, out of focus, and generally bad. Fortunately, Google has been quick to update Chrome, already releasing a refresh in the "Canary" developer channel that has some early Retina-compatible work in it. Google says it still has more work to do in the coming weeks before rolling it into a final shipping release, but it's a start — and in the meantime, Safari is your Retina-ready browsing option.