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Chrome Remote Desktop Moves Out of Beta, Adds New Features

Google has just announced that they have moved their desktop-sharing initiative, Chrome Remote Desktop, out of beta. Google first launched the feature about a year ago. Chrome Remote Desktop allows Chrome users to access and control anyone’s desktop, as long as they allow access. If you want to share your desktop with another user, all you have to do is …

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Google Launches Chrome For Windows 8

Google announced the availability of its new Google search and Chrome web browser apps for Windows 8, Microsoft’s new operating system, which hit the market today. The Google Search app was spotted previously. We talked it about it here, but here’s what Google had to say about it today: The Google Search app comes with a clean and recognizable user …

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Sick of Politics on Facebook? Give Them the Boot with New Chrome Extension

Back in August, a new Chrome extension popped up that allowed users to block any post relating to anything that popped out. With a click of your mouse, you could remove all your friends’ mentions of their babies from your news feed, replacing them with photos of cats, cars, porn – whatever you wanted, really. Now, baby photos have been …

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Google Updates WhatBrowser.org; 43 Languages, Mobile Support

Google says that no matter which browser you choose, you should at least be informed on whether or not it’s updated and what the other options are. Three years ago, they created a site that answers those questions and more. Although WhatBrowser.org is a Google creation, they don’t simply recommend that everyone switches to the newest version of Chrome. For …

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Google Celebrates Movember Again, This Time With A Chrome Video

Remember last year when Google’s Matt Cutts and Bing’s Duane Forrester grew moustaches? That was for Movember, a decade-old campaign to draw awareness to men’s health started in Australia. This year, ahead of November, Google has released a new Chrome video celebrating the campaign. “For ten years, Movember has been changing the face of men’s health,” says Gabriella Conlon from …

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Chrome Developer Tools Gets A Device Emulator

It’s been said before that the Web is Google’s platform of choice. That’s why they created Chrome – it allows them to deliver the Web (and ads) to millions of people. Now they’re making the push for mobile and as such, the Chrome Developer Tools need a few updates. Google announced today that the Chrome developer tools now supports device …

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Google Launches Chrome Apps For Docs, Sheets & Slides

Google has launched Docs, Sheets and Slides (otherwise known as Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations) as apps in the Chrome Web Store, so you can start Google Drive projects more quickly. Chromebook users will see the apps in their apps list by default, once the next Chrome OS update launches. Last week, Google launched a new field trial to put Google …

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Twitter Kindly Requests That You Stop Using Internet Explorer 8

Do you have a PC running Windows XP? Do you use Internet Explorer 8 on said PC? If so, Twitter has some words of advice – move it or lose it. Twitter Support tweeted out today that they’re currently looking into a problem where Tweets aren’t posting in Internet Explorer 8. They kindly suggest that users currently affected by the …

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Google Talks About Its ChromeVox Accessibility Extension [Video]

Google has posted a video about ChromeVox, the company’s screen reader Chrome extension. “Unlike most accessibility software, it is built using only web technologies like HTML5, CSS and Javascript. ChromeVox was designed from the start to enable unprecedented access to modern web apps, including those that utilize W3C ARIA (Access to Rich Internet Applications) to provide a rich, desktop-like experience,” …

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Google Has A New Cheap Chromebook For Your Consideration

The Chromebook was Google’s valiant attempt at pushing the Web as the next great operating system. It didn’t work out that well for them, but that could be attributed to the fact that tablets and smartphones are far more popular than laptops. Well, Google is going to try it again with a new Chromebook that has one distinct advantage over …

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Bad Piggies Chrome App Installs Adware

By all accounts, Bad Piggies is shaping up to be Rovio’s next big hit. iOS and Android users are already downloading the game by the millions, and PC players will soon be able to join in the fun. Strangely enough, the game is already available on the Chrome Web Store, but it may just be too good to be true. …

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Chrome Stable Release Now Supports First-Person Shooters

Google updated the Chrome beta release last month with a number of HTML5 technologies. The most important, of course, being the pointer lock API. It allows the browser to replicate the mouse controls that native PC games have enjoyed for over two decades. All the new HTML5 goodness is now available to everybody. Google announced today that the latest stable …

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