05/17/2013, When it comes to choice of browsers, there are many that users can choose from, such as Internet Explorer and Safari as the defaults for Windows and OS X respectively, Opera, Fire Fox and Google Chrome, but it seems that as far as the majority is concerned, Google Chrome appears to be the most popular browser at the moment. This was revealed by Google who claims that their Chrome browser […]
05/16/2013, A Google employee has confirmed that Hangouts will be supporting SMS and outgoing calls in the near future.
05/16/2013, Google has confirmed that its new Hangouts messaging app will be available for Google Glass as well.
05/16/2013, During yesterday’s extremely long Google I/O keynote, the company dedicated a good amount of time announcing improvements to its Google+ social networking platform. One of the major changes they announced yesterday was to its Hangouts feature, which Google was looking to make conversing to one another across platforms a much easier and seamless experience. Soon after their keynote, Google made the new version of Google Hangouts available on iOS, Android and […]
05/13/2013, There is a new Android chief in town, and it seems that he has hinted that there will be no merger of Chrome and Android platforms in the foreseeable future – at least not for the coming year, and perhaps even in the year after that. Sundar Pichai has been quoted that both Chrome and Android will remain separate “for the short term,” where he shared that nugget of information […]
05/08/2013, If you’re an iPhone user and you use the Google Chrome browser as your main browser on your iPhone, chances are you get a bit frustrated at times when links within apps or messages are automatically opened in Safari instead. Granted it’s not that big of deal, but we guess it would be akin to clicking a link within your desktop browser and having it being opened in another browser. […]
05/06/2013, Gmail for iOS has been the go-to application for many of us who use Gmail as their primary email account, but if you want to use other Google products with the application, it has been impossible at this point as Apple currently doesn’t make it possible to change your default applications when opening things like links to websites, YouTube videos or addresses. But Google has just launched a new update […]
05/02/2013, Google’s new note taking service, Google Keep, was announced back in March. Keep stores notes, which may also include photos and checklists, in Google Drive from where they are synced to all devices associated with that particular account. While the service can be accessed through the web as well, today the company has launched Google Keep Chrome app, which makes it even easier for users to access their notes and make […]
04/24/2013, ZTE might be a wee bit late to the party, but you know what they say – better late than never. Most of the other Android smartphone manufacturers and vendors have already signed up with Microsoft’s patent program, and now, ZTE of China has also jumped aboard the ship as ZTE and Microsoft both inked an agreement for the former’s Android and Chrome patent licensing program.
04/17/2013, It goes without saying that any decent modern day office would come with at least one computer, whether it is for administrative purposes or simply as a productivity tool. Having said that, what kind of browser do you run in your enterprise environment? Assuming you have heard so much about Chrome from Google and have been raring to give it a chance, how about now, considering how additional improvements for […]
03/22/2013, With both Chrome and Android being Google products, it was a logical assumption that Chrome and Android could somehow merge of be integrated with each other. After all since Chrome is an app that can be downloaded for Android and iOS, it almost makes sense that both products would see a merge in the future. However according to a discussion with reporters in India, Google’s Eric Schmidt stated that both […]
03/05/2013, There is nothing quite like an update to a current operating system or software to provide a performance boost as well as the squashing of bugs. Google announced that their recent Chrome updates will offer a faster and more simple browsing experience on your respective smartphones and tablets. After all, having a decent amount of speed is always critical, especially if you tend to work out of the office all […]
02/21/2013, If you deal with web applications, or are currently looking into such an endeavor, I think you would be stoked to hear that today’s Chrome stable release will introduce support for the Web Speech API that was originally discussed in January, where it will allow developers to take advantage of speech recognition capabilities into their web apps. Just in case you want to get a better idea on how integrated […]
02/21/2013, If there is a single takeaway message from this post, it would be this. Listen very carefully, Google’s Chrome “app launcher” for offline browser apps will finally be landing on the Windows platform, although Mac and Linux users are required to play the patience card for a little bit longer. So far, Google has rolled out an early stage “app launcher” for its Chrome browser, where it will come with […]