All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Web Browsers’

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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Mozilla Launches Developer Toolbar In Firefox 16

Mozilla has launched a new feature with Firefox 16 called the Developer Toolbar, which comes with what Mozilla calls the Developer Command Line. This is designed to provide easy keyboard control over Firefox developer tools, and it completes commands and parameters for you. “In addition, Firefox unprefixes a number of stable features including: CSS3 Animations, Transitions, Transforms, Image Values, IndexedDB …

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Is Apple Restricting Google Chrome For iOS Out Of Spite?

Apple’s new Maps app in iOS 6 has been a constant source of entertainment since its launch. Beyond the laughs, Apple going with their own Maps app underscores a very important point – Apple now sees Google as their main competitor. To that end, Apple may be engaging in some decidedly anti-Google tactics. As pointed out by Thomas Baekdal on …

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Google Apps Will Soon Stop Supporting Internet Explorer 8

Google announced today that it will soon stop supporting IE 8, so if you’re an Internet Explorer user who also uses Google Apps, you might want to consider upgrading soon. “As we announced last year, we support the latest version of Google Chrome (which automatically updates whenever it detects that a new version of the browser is available) as well …

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Google Makes Chrome For Android More Secure

Chrome for Android just got an update, which Google says makes the browser safer. Google software engineer Jay Civelli explains in a blog post, “This release strengthens Chrome for Android’s sandbox technology, which helps ensure malicious mobile websites are contained and do not impact the entire browser. This is made possible by the innovative multi-process architecture in Chrome for Android, …

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A Visual Evolution Of Google’s Chrome

Google is celebrating Chrome’s 4th birthday with the launch of the Chrome Time Machine, an interactive site that takes you through the browser’s evolution from launch to today. In retrospect, it’s gone through quite a bit in that short time. “When we launched Chrome four years ago, most people accessed the web through a personal computer,” writes Sundar Pichai, SVP, …

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Chrome For iPhone, iPad Gets First Update

Google announced its first update for Chrome on iPhone and iPad in version 21 / 21.0.1180.77. The update adds the ability to share directly from Chrome to social networks and email. Other features include: “more actionable” sync sign in error messages, improved detection for the welcome tour, and fixes for pages loading blank in Incognito mode. Not a huge update, …

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Here’s 40 Minutes Worth of Chrome WebRTC Developer Discussion

If your’e looking to develop for WebRTC, you may be interested in the following Google+ hangout video Google has uploaded to YouTube. If your’e not familiar with WebRTC, it’s a free, open source project designed to enable web browsers with real-time communications capabilities via Javascript APIs. Google’s Chrome team creates and maintains the Web RTC site, but the project is …

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Safari Gets More Chrome-Like. Should Google Worry?

Google’s Chrome browser has plenty to offer that its competitors don’t, but the biggest thing in my mind, has historically been the omnibox, which lets you simply enter a search query into the address bar to search Google. Ever since first using Chrome, it’s been a struggle to use other browsers. For a long time, Chrome was the only browser …

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This Is How Many People Use Chrome [Google I/O]

Google I/O day 2 has kicked off, and Chrome is one of the big points of focus today. Google just announced that there are now 310 million active Chrome users, making Chrome the most popular browser in the world, globally. According to the company, those 310 million users combined are typing 60 billion words, downloading a terabyte of data, and …

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Google Just Fixed A Bunch Of Bugs In Chrome

Google released a big stable channel update for Chrome: Chrome 20 (20.0.1132.43). Along with it comes over 20 bug fixes and rewards. Many of the bugs, Google says, were detected using AddressSanitizer. Google lists them as follows: [118633] Low CVE-2012-2815: Leak of iframe fragment id. Credit to Elie Bursztein of Google. [Windows only] [119150] [119250] High CVE-2012-2816: Prevent sandboxed processes …

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Google Is Now Selling Chrome Pillows

If you’re a huge fan of Google’s Chrome web browser, you might want to consider stopping by the Google campus store sometime (at least, if you know someone who can get you in). Apparently, they’re now selling Chrome pillows for you to decorate your sofa and/or bed. They should go perfect with your stuffed Androids. Googler Louis Gray posted on …

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