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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 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...

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...

No Chrome OS Acer Device Anytime Soon?

05/15/2010, While rumors were going around that Acer would be launching devices powered by Google’s Chrome OS at Computex, now a different claim has surfaced, possibly rebutting the previous claims. Word is that Acer will be having an event on May 25th, but...

Acer to introduce first Chrome OS at Computex 2010

05/13/2010, Acer is set to be the first company to offer Google’s Chrome OS at Computex 2010 in Taipei on June 1st, but there has been no confirmation on whether said device will come in the form of a netbook, smartbook or perhaps, even a tablet. Are you...

New Google Chrome betas now available

05/04/2010, The new batch of Google Chrome betas has just been released for Linux, Mac and Windows platforms, featuring claims that they offer major leaps in terms of performance. All three will sport JavaScript engines that run up to 35% faster in benchmarks like...

Google Chrome OS Devices To Cost Less Than $400

04/20/2010, When it comes to buying gadgets, aside from the features of it, the most common question would be how much it costs. With that in mind, it looks like the price of adopting a device powered by Google’s Chrome OS won’t be too expensive, as...

Chrome OS And Linux Get Multi-touch Support From Synaptics

04/19/2010, While Windows users have managed to get multi-touch running on their PCs, folks who were running Linux weren’t that lucky. There is good news, though, as Human interface solutions developer Synaptics Inc. has announced that it has made its Synaptics...

Google Cloud Print: A New Approach To Printing

04/16/2010, It’s hardly surprising that Google is very much in love with cloud computing, and now the search engine giant has unveiled Google Cloud Print, which is Google’s way of getting around all your printing woes. With Google’s method, instead...

Joke: Google Chrome With 3D Powered By CADIE

03/30/2010, Google looks like it wants in on the April Fools’ fun as well, as it has launched a page touting a version of Google Chrome with 3D. With this browser, you’ll be able to print out a pair of 3D glasses, hit the 3D browsing button on the...