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Microsoft Security Essentials deletes Google Chrome browser

10/03/2011, Microsoft and Google have no love lost between them, but the latest hijinks by the Redmond-based company could prove to be an embarrassment – as a bug in the anti-malware product known as Security Essentials deleted the Google Chrome browser...

Google tests out encrypted search with Chrome beta users

09/08/2011, In the battle for supremacy, search engine companies are constantly introducing new features to make their services more appealing than others. This time instead of introducing something “fun”, Google has decided to improve the security of...

Cedes Toothpaste Squeezer is made out of chrome

08/22/2011, Let’s face it, opening a brand new tube of toothpaste is such a great feeling because you can squeeze gently or hard, but either way toothpaste comes out of the tube, but when you reach the end of the tube, that’s when all the squeezing and wringing...

Chrome browser handles DOS games

08/12/2011, There is nothing quite like rolling back the years by indulging in a little bit of nostalgia – and for hardcore gamers, surely you would have had your fair share of games on the MS-DOS platform? Ah, to run a game directly from a command prompt...

Google Chrome 13 features Instant Pages

08/03/2011, Google has just released a new stable version of its Chrome browser (hooray for updates) which brings the very interesting “Instant Pages” service that makes browsing the internet even faster. In case you didn’t know how Instant Pages...

The Niko: DSLR Camera Bag by Chrome

07/13/2011, Chrome has come up with an interesting bag for the DSLR-wielding crowd. The Niko is a sling bag that has been built for holding DSLR cameras and accessories. Just like many “pro” (or at least enthusiast) photo bag, it has internal separators...

Google plans to add Skype-like features to Chrome

06/21/2011, How many of you are fans of using Gtalk video chat on your Google Chrome web browser? If the idea of video calling through a web app floats your boat (one less program to launch on your computer, and even Chrome OS users can benefit from this)...

Google Chrome Will Encrypt Your Gmail Whether You Like It Or Not

06/15/2011, Apparently Gmail has been a rather favorite target for hackers especially from China so what Google did was to start encrypting Gmail through the Chrome web browsers. Basically if you see the “https” in your address bar in the Chrome browser...

Google Chrome with Touch UI revealed in pictures

06/09/2011, Despite affirmations from Google about how Chrome OS is designed for notebooks (better known as Chromebooks), more evidence that they’re taking the operating system into a tablet-friendly market has surfaced. The folks over at Chrome Story stumbled...

Google Chrome 12 released

06/08/2011, The latest version of Google’s web browser, Google Chrome has finally graduated from the beta channel into the stable channel and has been pushed out to Chrome users all over the world. Google has announced its release on the official blog, and...

Kogan Agora first Chromium OS notebook to ship?

06/05/2011, Australian manufacturer Kogan might not be that famous around the world where its brand name is concerned, but that does not mean it doesn’t have a surprise (or two) up its sleeves, no? The Kogan Agora (which used to be a smartphone) is touted to be...

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...