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Journey Through Middle-Earth Is Another Chrome Experiment

12/03/2013, Google has certainly done its bit when it comes to Chrome experiments in the past, and one of their most recent attempts would come in the form of Journey through Middle-earth. In order to know more about this, just check out the video above. Of course,...

Chrome Might Let Users Try Apps Without Having To Install Them

12/01/2013, Google obviously wants Chrome web apps to do better, and it has made a number of changes recently which are geared towards increasing usage of such apps. The Chrome browser received in-app payments support, an app launcher as well as rich notifications...

Google Chrome Receives ‘OK, Google’ Voice Search Extension

11/27/2013, If you’ve seen Motorola’s “Lazy Phone” ads for its Moto X, you’ll know just how silly our current “dumb” phones can be considering how much we have to interact with them with our hands in order to get anything out of them. The purpose of the...

Chrome Beta Update Helps You Find Tabs That Are Playing Audio

11/12/2013, We’ve seen recent updates to Google Chrome that allow its users to know which YouTube-related tab is making sounds in the background through a small “Play” icon positioned in between the website’s icon and the words of the YouTube video. It seems...

Google Chrome To Start Automatically Blocking Malware

11/01/2013, For the not-so tech savvy, having malware install itself on your computer can happen, especially when you think links and attachments in emails are generally safe, or you accidentally click on links on websites that will eventually install malware on your...

LG Expected To Launch Its Own Chrome OS Products

10/21/2013, Google’s Chromebooks have certainly been receiving some much needed attention in the past couple of weeks as HP revealed its Chromebook 11 as well as a promotion that the company expects to give away hundreds of Chromebooks. It looks like another...

Chrome Support For XP Users Extended Until April 2015

10/16/2013, We do know that the folks over at Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP after April 8, 2014, which would be five years after it stopped mainstream support. Once that date comes and goes, the venerable 12-year-old operating system will no longer be...

iOS 7 Chrome’s Incognito Mode Bug Reveals Your Weird Searches

10/03/2013, If you’re a regular user of Google Chrome, you know how important its incognito mode can be to save some unnecessary embarrassment when you decide you need to search for something completely strange you would rather not let your family, friends or...

Chrome For iOS Updated With Better Voice Search Functionality

09/12/2013, There are a ton of mobile browsers that smartphone users can choose from, although given the popularity of Google Chrome for the desktop, we wouldn’t be surprised if mobile users opted for the mobile version of Chrome as well. If you’re using Chrome...

Google Chrome Could Be Getting Parental Controls

08/19/2013, If you’re a parent and you were hoping that Google’s Chrome browser for the computer would offer up a bit more features in terms of parental control, your wish could be granted because according to the latest Chrome developer build, it has been...

Google Chrome Carries Danger Of Exposing User Passwords

08/07/2013, Your personal information is definitely very precious to you, which is why you should take all the possible and necessary steps to prevent any kind of personal information from getting stolen or abused. Passwords are one sensitive area which we have had...

Motorola Connect Chrome Extension Released Prior To Moto X Launch

08/01/2013, Today is the day Motorola finally announces the Moto X smartphone. Afters a string of leaks and rumors, we will finally be hearing what the device is capable of straight from the company itself. Despite the fact that the official event is merely hours...