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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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Google’s Machine-Building Chrome Experiment is Lots of Fun

Google I/O is the biggest time of year for developers who use Google products. At the event, Google reveals many of the new products it has been working on, and Google has been known to give away some unreleased tech at the conference. It’s rather popular. Developers from around the country will all converge on San Francisco starting June 27. …

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Google Chrome Gets Experimental Web Intents API

Google launched the lastest stable release of Chrome yesterday. The big update was the addition of tab syncing across all platforms using a Google ID that’s signed into Chrome. There was another update, however, that is much more valuable to developers. Announced last year, Google’s Web Intents project is now available in the stable release of Chrome. As was explained …

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Google Chrome Syncs Your Tabs Across Devices

Google has made a valuable update to Chrome which allows you to sink all your tabs across devices. So if you’re looking at something at work and your break ends, you can simply get back to it at home or on your mobile, but it doesn’t stop at trust tabs. Here’s what Google had to say on their

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Microsoft Killing Browser Competition On Windows RT Says Mozilla And Google

Windows RT was the oddity of the pack when Microsoft announced the different versions of Windows 8 last month. For those just catching up, it’s a version of Windows 8 built just for mobile, specifically ARM-based platforms like tablets. It could also be used in future ARM-based low-power PCs. This new version of Windows has Mozilla and Google concerned for …

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Mozilla Details Firefox Release Channels

I’m sure many of you know about Firefox and you probably even used it at one point or another. You might even still be a huge fan of the browser, like me, and become invested in testing out new features seen in Beta, Aurora and Nightly. If none of those things made sense, you probably aren’t aware of the Firefox …

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Google Chrome Gets Better Code Optimization For V8

Chrome is widely regarded by users for its speed and ease of use. The speed is definitely the biggest selling point though with the code running in the background really helping that along. To help speed things along even more, Google is introducing some code changes to the V8 JavaScript Engine. Google announced that the latest dev and beta channel …

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Google Introduces Google Offers Chrome Extension

Today Google announced their extension for Chrome and Google Offers. Offers is just what it sounds like, it’s daily deals from you favorite internet giant and their partners like Gilt City, kgbdeals and zozi. Chrome users can now easily access the service by downloading the new extension here. Once you’ve downloaded it you will start receiving exclusive deals on places …

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Google: WebRTC For Chrome Now Stable, Launches Later This Year

We’ve covered WebRTC a few weeks ago when Firefox showed off a demo of the technology at a conference. For those new to WebRTC, it’s essentially video chat in browser using open Web standards like HTML5 and Javascript. Google is equally serious about implementing WebRTC when they announced their plans last year. The Chrome team updated their WebRTC roadmap to …

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Google Chrome Updates Stable And Beta Channels

Google is constantly busy hammering away at new updates to Chrome. The hope is to obviously make it the safest and fastest browser on the Web. While Chrome has multiple channels it updates through, the stable and beta channels receive the permanent updates that define the platform. Both channels received a small update today that provides a number of fixes. …

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Google Chrome Web Store Gets Trending View, App Badges

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Google Chrome Becomes Number One Browser… For a Day

While there’s no denying the increase in popularity alternative browsers are experiencing in relation to Internet Explorer, none have unseated Microsoft’s ubiquitous tool as the top browser in use. In fact, while these other browsers have taken chunks out of IE’s marketshare, they haven’t been able to unseat the king, until recently that is. That’s right, Internet Explorer was knocked …

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