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Chrome Web Store Gets New Developer Features

The Chrome Web Store is one of the nicer things about Google’s browser that really gives it an edge over the competition. Mozilla will be launching its own Firefox app store soon and Windows 8 has the Metro app store. Google is going to have to kick it up a notch to stay ahead. In the spirit of staying ahead, …

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Google Chrome For Windows 8 Metro Now Available

Last week, Google said that they would be launching a Metro version of Chrome with the next dev channel update. As promised, the dev channel update went live and we can now try out the new version of Chome for Metro. So how does Chrome stack up on Windows 8 Metro? It’s pretty much like the Chrome that you know …

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Google Chrome Getting Metro Support In Next Dev Channel Update

Windows 8 recently entered into the Release Preview phase. That means that Microsoft is now getting down to the last few bugs and features that need to be added to Windows 8 before it can ship as a finished product. It also means that software creators can now work on Windows 8 apps in earnest since the Release Preview is …

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StatCounter Reports that Chrome is #1 Browser

Independent website analytics company StatCounter has just reported that Google Chrome has overtaken Microsoft’s Internet Explorer as the most popular browser online, for the first time over the span of an entire calendar month. Chrome first exceeded IE for one full day back in March, and the new numbers regarding its month on top came in on May 21st. Source: …

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Facebook Boots Chrome, Adds Opera To Supported Browser Page

This is not as much of a big story as it is fuel to a previous rumor. According to a screencap courtesy FavBrowser, Facebook has ditched Chrome on its recommended browser landing page and opted to suggest users download the latest version of Opera instead. You can’t check out that page though, as it no longer exists – you’ll be …

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Google Unveils New Chromebooks, Chromebox

Google has announced what it calls “the next step” for the Chrome OS platform. Earlier this afternoon they unveiled a new line of Chrome OS computers manufactured by Samsung. The new line includes three new Chromebooks and the Chromebox, the first ever Chrome OS-based desktop computer. All four run the latest version of Chrome OS, which includes a variety of …

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Google Chrome Cracked By Six Bug Combo

By all accounts, Chrome is a pretty secure browser. If you want to crack it, you’re going to have to put in some serious time and effort. Good thing Chrome is more often cracked by those who wish to increase the browser’s security instead of hacking it for personal gain. A recent crack against Chrome was accomplished only after throwing …

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Google Changing Up Its Field Trials Infrastructure

Google Chrome, like Mozilla Firefox, is a browser that’s built by the community. Sure, Google is the one that pushes out the updates, but it’s the community that is breaking and fixing the browser on a constant basis to make it better. Google has some nice changes for those developers that help make Chrome the browser that it is. If …

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Yahoo Axis For Chrome: It’s No Yahoo Axis For iPad

Yahoo has launched a new web browser called Axis. You can download it for iPhone or iPad as a full browser. The desktop version, however, comes as a browser add-on. There were some issues with the Chrome launch, but that appears to be resolved now. You can download it here. First, check out Yahoo’s video showing it off: Now, let’s …

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Select Google Software Now Available In Syria

Did you know that U.S. sanctions also applies to software downloads? Generally, a country uses economic sanctions to prevent food and much needed supplies from reaching a rival country to coerce them into cooperation. The sanctions can also apply to software downloads as in the case of the president of Syria having to use a proxy to gain access to …

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Chrome Overtakes IE as the World’s Most Used Browser

The dethroning of Internet Explorer has been a long time coming. For years Microsoft’s browser sat at the top of the browser heap, stagnating and becoming bloated. First Netscape, and the Mozilla tried to take Internet Explorer down with good design, modulability, and other modern features. Those browsers never spread too far beyond a core of internet-savvy users, though. When …

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Google I/O Event Schedule Shows Heavy Chrome & Android Focus

Developers for Google platforms treat Google’s yearly I/O conference like a rock concert. The tickets for this year’s event sold out in 20 minutes. At the conference, developers are treated to the best advice Google has to offer about programming and designing for Google’s many platforms, as well as major announcements about future Google products. Google has even been known …

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