All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Chrome’

Chrome For iOS Tops The App Store Charts

Well, that didn’t take long at all. Mere hours after hitting the App Store, Google’s brand new Chrome browser for iOS has shot to the top of the charts. The app is currently sitting in the #1 spot on the list of top 25 free iOS apps, and it doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere any time soon. …

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Jailbreak Tweak Lets You Make Chrome Your Default iOS Browser

Yesterday we told you that Google had announced Google Chrome for iOS during their second Google I/O 2012 keynote. Many iPhone users – myself included – have been wanting an iOS version of Chrome since Google unveiled the Android version earlier this year. Fortunately, it is exactly as awesome as we had hoped it would be. Unfortunately, it suffers from …

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Google Chrome Causing New MacBook Air To Crash

So, you’ve just gotten home from the Apple Store with your shiny new MacBook Air. You take it out of the box, boot it up, and do what anybody does: you start installing your software, customizing your settings, and generally tinkering with your new toy to get everything set up just right. In the process of this, maybe you install …

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Johnny (HTML) 5: Google Introduces New Robot

HTML5 was a big theme during today’s Google I/O keynote. Chrome was a big theme as well. It seems fitting then, that Google would unleash a lego robot, which talks to a Chrome app using Javascript and HTML code. It also seems fitting that it would be named Johnny(HTML)5. If you don’t get the reference, watch Short Circuit. This post …

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Google I/O: Google Announces Chrome For iPhone, iPad

Google has just announced that they are bringing their Google Chrome browser to Apple’s iOS devices. The app will be available for iPhone and iPad, and is expected to hit the App Store later today. Chrome for iOS brings many of the most popular features for Chrome’s desktop and Android versions to Apple’s iOS platform. Chrome includes the omnibox, which …

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This Is How Many People Use Chrome [Google I/O]

Google I/O day 2 has kicked off, and Chrome is one of the big points of focus today. Google just announced that there are now 310 million active Chrome users, making Chrome the most popular browser in the world, globally. According to the company, those 310 million users combined are typing 60 billion words, downloading a terabyte of data, and …

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Google Just Fixed A Bunch Of Bugs In Chrome

Google released a big stable channel update for Chrome: Chrome 20 (20.0.1132.43). Along with it comes over 20 bug fixes and rewards. Many of the bugs, Google says, were detected using AddressSanitizer. Google lists them as follows: [118633] Low CVE-2012-2815: Leak of iframe fragment id. Credit to Elie Bursztein of Google. [Windows only] [119150] [119250] High CVE-2012-2816: Prevent sandboxed processes …

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200 Google I/0 Speakers To Follow On Google+

Google’s annual developers conference, Google I/O, starts on Wednesday. Unfortunately, many will not be able to attend the sold event taking place in San Francisco. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t follow along. Google will be livestreaming the keynotes, but there will no doubt be much more fun happening on Google+. For one, it’s likely that Google+ will get …

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Event Pages Keep Chrome Slim And Running Strong

I don’t use a lot of Chrome extensions, but I use a lot of Firefox extensions. I’m going to assume that extensions add a lot of weight to both browsers. It’s worse when you realize that half of those extensions are only used some of the time, yet are still adding to the memory that is being used. Firefox still …

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Google Is Showing Developers Some Love And Then Some

Facebook runs their weekly Operation Developer Love to keep the development community up to date on the newest features hitting their platform. It’s pretty great and one of the many unique things about the platform. Some recent changes from Google make it seem like their pushing for more of an Operation Developer Love You And Never Let You Go. The …

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Google Is Now Selling Chrome Pillows

If you’re a huge fan of Google’s Chrome web browser, you might want to consider stopping by the Google campus store sometime (at least, if you know someone who can get you in). Apparently, they’re now selling Chrome pillows for you to decorate your sofa and/or bed. They should go perfect with your stuffed Androids. Googler Louis Gray posted on …

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Google Chrome Updated For MacBook Pro Retina Display

Google works fast when it comes to putting out new features in Chrome. The dev channel release of the browser just recently added in rudimentary support for Windows 8 and its Metro interface. Their next target is the new retina display in the MacBook Pro. Google showed off their first effort in updating Chrome for the new MacBook Pro’s retina …

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