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Google Makes Flash For Chrome More Secure

Information security while browsing the web has always been a concern, especially with all of the information that we share on the web nowadays. With this premise, the search engine giant’s mainstream web browser Google Chrome has recently been released with improvements regarding the way that it handles its security performance, including the way it handles the Adobe Flash Player. …

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You Can Kind Of Play Quake 3 In Chrome Right Now

HTML5 continues to expand as it aims to take over the entire Internet in the next few years. One major stumbling block, however, has been the development of core games in HTML5. It’s easy to create games like platformers and puzzle games because they rely on simple keyboard or mouse controls. Other genres like first-person shooters were much more difficult, …

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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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Even The Chrome Browser Is A Money Maker For Google

Aside from the exciting Google Glass demonstration, the 2012 Google I/O conference will probably be remembered as the one that brought Google Chrome to the forefront. Sure, the browser has already experienced great success, especially when the prerendering of web pages is factored in, but this year, Google put Chrome on their front-and-center pedestal, focusing on cloud browsing, Chrome for …

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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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Google Brings Chrome For Android Out of Beta

While you’ve been able to download the beta version for a little while now, are you ready for a non-beta version of Chrome for Android? Google thinks that you are, or, well, at least their mobile browser is ready for prime time consumption, and so, they’ve officially removed the beta status from mobile app. According to the Google Chrome Releases …

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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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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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Are Google Chrome’s Stats Inflated?

Earlier this week, it was announced that Google Chrome had overtaken Internet Explorer as the number one browser in use, and the world rejoiced. However, thanks to the grey area surrounding prerendered web pages, these results may be somewhat dubious. As pointed out by PC Mag, via the Windows Internet Explorer blog, the site responsible for the Google Chrome claim …

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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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