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Google Offers Developer Preview Of Chrome Web Store

08/19/2010, More evidence has surfaced that Google’s Chrome Web Store is inching closer to prime time as Google has allowed developers to have access to a developer preview of the Chrome Web Store via Google Code Labs. With that in place, Google is definitely...

Chrome Web Store Arriving In October With Chrome OS Devices?

08/17/2010, Many folks out there are looking forward to getting hold of devices that will be powered by Google’s Chrome OS, and now word is going around that Google’s Chrome Web Store might be launched this October, which would probably mean that Chrome...

Hint That Verizon Is Getting Chrome OS Devices?

08/16/2010, We’re still patiently waiting for manufacturers to officially release Google Chrome OS devices, which should be available sometime in the near future, but folks have discovered some interesting developments on the Google Code pages, which make...

Google Debuts Chrome To Phone Extension

08/12/2010, Google has released a rather cool extension for its Google Chrome browser, the Chrome to Phone extension. This extension allows the user to hit a button on the browser to instantly send the current webpage, map, YouTube video, selected phone number or...

Google Alarm plug-in for browsers – hit or miss?

08/08/2010, Those who have installed the browser plug-in which lets you hear a loud, buzzing noise whenever you visit a website that relays information to Google, how do you find the experience so far? While it might be intuitive for Google to keep track of Web...

Google Chrome 6 Browser To Get Extensions Sync And Other Features

07/22/2010, Fans of Google’s Chrome browser should be happy to hear that the next version of the browser, Chrome 6, will be the first release to sync both extensions and also browser history, as the browser currently only offers synchronized bookmarks. The new...

Google Bringing Accelerometer Support To Chromium

07/07/2010, In a move that will bring more screen-orientation awareness to web applications, Google has added accelerometer APIs to the WebKit HTML renderer, which will help it monitor orientation changes and accelerometer activity. With that, Google is preparing to...

Google Chrome is now no. 3 in the US

06/28/2010, Google has certainly gained plenty of ground, with it achieving the rating of the third most popular browser Stateside at the moment, placing it behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer as well as Mozilla’s Firefox. This means Google’s...

Google Updates Chrome OS User Interface

06/24/2010, Many of us are looking forward to the release of Google’s Chrome OS and now screenshots of some tweaks to the user interface have appeared, including information on some changes to the design. The new design seems to include less clutter, allowing...

Flock 3 Browser Ditches Firefox In Favor Of Chromium

06/16/2010, You might have used the Firefox-based Flock browser before this, as it comes with several custom add-ons for tightly integrating social networking with daily web browsing. It seems that the latest version of the Flock 3 beta has some bad news for Mozilla,...

Dell, HP, And Acer To Support Chrome OS

06/14/2010, When Google announced that it was working on Chrome OS a while back, we knew that Acer and HP would be supporting the project, and according to some hints from the Chrome OS repositories, seems like Dell is jumping on the Chrome OS bandwagon too, as files...

Chrome OS To Get Chromoting Remote Desktop Feature?

06/10/2010, Details are still very sketchy at the moment, but word is that Google’s Chrome OS will be offering some form of remote desktop feature, dubbed Chromoting, allowing users to access legacy PC applications right within the browser. This would go some...

Google Chrome OS To Launch This Fall

06/02/2010, Many folks have been waiting for it for some time, and now word is out that Google will be officially releasing its Chrome operating system this fall. According to reports, Google execs have confirmed that the operating system will be available for free,...

Google Chrome For Mac Drops Its Beta Status

05/25/2010, It’s been some time coming, but now it’s finally here. Google has announced the availability of the stable version of its Chrome browser for Mac, offering the same benefits as the Windows and Linux versions. Users are able to access more than...