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WebKit browsers catching up to Firefox (updated)

06/03/2011,   While Firefox is having trouble surpassing Internet Explorer’s market share in the browser wars, it looks like it has another competitor right at its heels – browsers that run the WebKit web page renderer, in the form of Google Chrome and...

iChromy brings Chrome-style web browsing to the iPad

05/27/2011, I have a feeling that Chrome lovers with iPad tablets are going to be quite pleased. The folks over at Diigo have announced the launch of iChromy – a web browsing app that brings the some of the best features of Chrome over to the iPad. With Google...

Chromebook Preview

05/14/2011, We live blogged the Google I/O keynote on Wednesday where major announcements were made, including the launch of the Google  Chromebook computers manufactured by Samsung and Acer that will be available June 15 in the US for $449 (Samsung WiFi version),...

Angry Birds on Chrome Web Store

05/11/2011, Is there no platform that Rio’s hottest franchise to date, Angry Birds, have yet to proliferate? We would say the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS, but those two handheld consoles have their own battle and score to settle, so we will leave them alone. The...

Google Chrome web browser to get privacy boost and more

05/10/2011, Google’s Chrome web browser will be getting some new enhancements to its rendering engine and security in the near future. According to the release notes for Google Chrome beta, the browser will have now support hardware-accelerated 3D CSS, which...

Hackers discover zero-day exploits in Google Chrome browser

05/09/2011, After emerging unhacked from the last three Pwn2Own hacking competitions, Google Chrome, one of the most secure web browsers available today has finally been hacked, according to French security company, Vupen. All the hackers had to do was let Google...

Chrome Canary sings for the Mac

05/04/2011, Love everything about Google Chrome where Web browsers are concerned? Those who say aye will be pleased to know that Chrome Canary is finally available for the Mac platform, as Windows users are ahead yet again having had the option to download the...

Google Chrome 11: now with voice input

04/28/2011, Google has just announced the release of the stable version of their latest web browser, Chrome 11. One of the main features of Chrome 11 is the inclusion of speech input. So far the only service that utilizes it is Google Translate, but you can expect...

Chrome browser arriving on Sony PS3?

04/13/2011, Granted, you won’t really want to use your game console to surf the Internet, not when you have a notebook, desktop or even tablet device that offers a far more compelling reason to do so instead of fiddling about with your console’s...

Speech recognition in the latest Chrome beta

03/23/2011, It looks like Google doesn’t want voice commands restricted to just mobile devices. It has been reported that the latest version of Google Chrome beta supports the HTML5 speech input API, which will allow developers to write apps in for Chrome in...

Google Chrome OS receives touch-friendly tab page

03/21/2011, Google has always maintained that their Chrome Operating System will first see action on laptops while working on a tablet-friendly version later on, but it seems that developers have already started to work on what a future Chrome version might look like...

Asus to release Google Chrome netbooks?

03/17/2011, Fans of Google’s Chrome OS might have a reason to rejoice soon. Asus, creators of some of the hottest selling netbooks around, has been rumored to be releasing new netbooks that run on Google’s Chrome OS. The rumored netbooks will come with...

Chrome 10 is out of beta

03/08/2011, Google has announced that the speedy Chrome 10 is out of beta and can be downloaded now by all Chrome (and other) users. Looked at it when Google launched the Cr-48 Chrome OS laptop, but back then there were things that needed fixing – it should all...