Google has released a new version, 11·0·696·65, of its Chrome browser, for all platforms: Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and Chrome Frame. This release fixes three identified bugs, and also includes an updated version of the integrated Flash Player 10.2. Further details are available in the announcement on the Google Chrome Releases blog.
Although there are no specificied security fixes in this version, I do recommend installing the update as soon as you conveniently can, because of the new Flash Player version. The player has been a fruitful source of security vulnerabilities in the past, and keeping it updated seems prudent. You can get the new version using the update mechanism built into the product (Tool Menu -> About Google Chrome). Linux users can get the update using the standard package update tools (e.g., apt-get, synaptic, yum)