All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Chrome’

A Third Of The World Is Now Using Google Chrome

Google Chrome is immensely popular with its browser market share constantly rising each month. After beating out Internet Explorer back in May, it has been on a slow rise to world domination since. After a successful July, Chrome is now a third of the way toward that goal. The monthly StatCounter results came in today and the results aren’t that …

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Here’s 40 Minutes Worth of Chrome WebRTC Developer Discussion

If your’e looking to develop for WebRTC, you may be interested in the following Google+ hangout video Google has uploaded to YouTube. If your’e not familiar with WebRTC, it’s a free, open source project designed to enable web browsers with real-time communications capabilities via Javascript APIs. Google’s Chrome team creates and maintains the Web RTC site, but the project is …

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Safari Gets More Chrome-Like. Should Google Worry?

Google’s Chrome browser has plenty to offer that its competitors don’t, but the biggest thing in my mind, has historically been the omnibox, which lets you simply enter a search query into the address bar to search Google. Ever since first using Chrome, it’s been a struggle to use other browsers. For a long time, Chrome was the only browser …

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Google Finds Genius Loophole That Opens Links In Chrome By Default In iOS

Let’s be honest here: Apple has tight control over iOS. They dictate what you can and can not do. One of the more infuriating decisions is that Web links can only be opened in Safari instead of any other third party browser. Google has found the perfect way around that little annoyance. For developers who want to give their users …

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Google’s Chrome Mobile Browser At The Center Of New Patent Lawsuit

Google has just landed in the crosshairs of EMG Technology, who has filed a patent lawsuit claiming that the company has infringed on a particular mobile patent involving navigating systems on smartphones and tablets. Google’s Chrome mobile browser is the alleged offender. Here’s what EMG patent head Elliot Gottfurcht has to say about how Google has infringed upon the patent: …

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Ex-Mozilla Employee Knows Why Firefox Is Losing To Chrome

It’s no secret that Firefox is losing the browser wars to Google Chrome. Everybody loves the simplicity and ease of use that Chrome brings with it. I would use Chrome if I didn’t have Waterfox and its wonderful 64-bit version of Firefox. It turns out that even a former Mozilla employee, Jono DiCarlo, recognizes this and lays out what he …

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Take A Journey Through Four Years Of The Browser Wars

Oh how things have changed since 2008, when most of the world was browsing the web via Internet Explorer. It’s no secret that IE has been leaking market share over the past few years, but now we have a pretty visualization that shows exactly how the globe became a little less reliant on Microsoft’s revolutionary web browser. Ok, “a little …

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Chrome Web Store Gets Google Plusified

Google announced that it is adding Google+ sharing features to the Chrome Web Store today. The Google plusification of the Web Store includes the addition of the +1 button, which will help users recommend apps (and extensions) to their friends, and anyone else. “You can now share all of your favorite Chrome Web Store items with people in your Google+ …

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Developing For Chrome? You Don’t Want To Miss These Tips From Google

Google I/O took place last week, as you may know, but it sold out quickly, and many developers were unable to attend. That doesn’t mean you can’t learn a lot from the event, however. If you’re a Chrome developer, you may want to check out these Chrome sessions that you missed, as Google has uploaded them for your viewing pleasure. …

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Open Pages In Chrome For iOS Without Jailbreaking

Last week Google released the much-anticipated iOS version of their popular Chrome browser. Though the Chrome for iOS is, by all accounts (including mine), a fantastic app, it suffers from the same problem that plagues every other third party browser in the App Store: it can’t be set as the default browser. Of course, that’s Apple’s fault, not Google’s, but …

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Already Have An App? Integrate Drive With Some Advice From Google

Google I/O has some of the best developer presentations around. If you were unable to catch some of the presentations, you really missed out. Good thing Google has recorded every single session and posted them on YouTube for the world to see. One of the previous sessions featured tips on how to build Google Drive apps. It was a beginner …

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Chrome For iOS: Hands-On With Google’s New Browser

Yesterday Google announced the much-anticipated iOS version of their popular Chrome browser. In just hours the universal app had rocketed to the top of the Top Free Apps list in the App Store and a jailbreak tweak had shown up in Cydia allowing users to make Chrome the default browser (something Apple prohibits). So, maybe you’re wondering what all the …

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