All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Chrome’

Chrome Now Makes It Easy To Find The Noisy Tab

Have you ever drove yourself nuts clicking through all of your open tabs trying to find where that sound, music or audio was coming from? With that in mind, Chrome has just released an updated Chrome Beta that visually shows you where that pesky sound is coming from. Chrome will also be able to show you which tabs are currently …

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Google Chrome To Support Windows XP Until 2015

Are you still using Windows XP? If so, you should probably upgrade already. Microsoft will be taking if off of life support soon, and Google isn’t giving it much longer. Google announced today that it intends to support Chrome for Windows XP up through April 2015. That means Google will continue to provide security updates to the Windows XP version …

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Google Drive Slides Make Presentations Easy

Many people probably find themselves frustrated by the recent struggle with PowerPoint and other Office programs, which now require a paid subscription for services that were once free and included on most computers. Students, like this writer, find particular stress and anxiety associated with this issue; nothing is quite so stressful and infuriating as tying to open a PowerPoint presentation …

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New Digg.com Extension For Google Chrome

This writer thinks it’s probably safe to assume that readers here at WebProNews have at least some interest in keeping up with current events. As such, most readers are probably familiar with Digg.com, an awesome news source for a variety of topics. According to the website’s “about” page, “Digg delivers the most interesting and talked about stories on the Internet …

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Google Announces HP Chromebook 11, Will Cost $279

Last month, Google announced a number of new Chromebooks from a variety of OEMs, including HP, Toshiba and Asus. At the time, HP had only announced a refresh of its previous Pavilion Chromebook – the HP Chromebook 14. Now the company is back with a smaller, cheaper Chromebook. Google and HP announced today that the HP Chromebook 11 is the …

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iOS 7 Update For Chrome Has New Look, New Features

The new iOS update that reared its head earlier today has brought on a mixed wave of emotions and reactions. There are those who love it, who choose to embrace the change and roll with it as best they are able to. iOS 7 is weirdly soothing pic.twitter.com/UVS6NooplG — Jessica Misener (@jessmisener) September 19, 2013 There are those who choose …

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Chrome Beta Gets Faster, Adds Notifications

Google Chrome already holds the distinction of being one of the fastest, if not the fastest, browsers around. Now Google is working to make it even faster with the latest update to its Chrome beta client. Google announced that Chrome 28, which is currently available in the beta channel, speeds up the browser with a new threaded HTML parser. What …

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Chrome For iOS Updated With New Features

Last week, Chrome for Android received a pretty substantial update that added a slew of new features to the mobile browser. At the time, I suggested a similar update would hit iOS sooner rather than later. Google didn’t disappoint as the company has released a new version of Chrome for iOS today. Unlike the Chrome for Android update, the newest …

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Chrome For Android Gets A Substantial Update

Android users who prefer to browse the Web using Google Chrome will be pleased to know that the browser has received a hefty update today. Chrome 25 for Android contains the following new features and enhancements: Improved scrolling performance Increased responsiveness to pinch-zooming on pages Faster interactive pages thanks to the latest version of the V8 javascript engine Audio now …

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New Chrome Experiment Is Pretty Stellar

Google likes to flex the power of Chrome from time to time, and the resulting Chrome Experiments are generally delightful and/or informative. Besides being fun to look at, the experiments serve a secondary purpose. Chrome gets put through its HTML5 paces, and developers can see firsthand the advancements being made in Web APIs. The latest Chrome Experiment is called 100,000 …

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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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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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