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Go Turn on “Do Not Track” on Chrome

11/07/2012, Chrome added a Do Not Track feature to its 23rd build, released yesterday. Do Not Track is a W3C specification for browsers to add a feature that’s been included in browsers like Firefox for a while. It basically tells connecting webservers that...

Chrome Web Store launches Docs, Sheets and Slides apps

10/24/2012, Google did some housekeeping earlier this year by folding their online office suite into the Google Drive online storage service. If you did not notice by now, whenever you type docs.google.com in the address bar of your web browser, you will...

Chrome for iOS updated, plays nice with iOS 6

09/24/2012, So you have gotten lost because of Apple’s Maps app after being part of the 100 million folks who upgraded to iOS 6 on your Apple device, but not everything is all doom and gloom. Google has a heart for Apple users, and they have just updated Chrome for...

Chrome and Cirque du Soleil team up in experiment

09/19/2012, The extremely short video above is a teaser of what a particularly interesting experiment between Chrome and Cirque du Soleil have worked in, letting you move, sing and dream. Cirque du Soleil is famous for staging impressive live performances which seem...

Chrome for Android safer than ever before

09/12/2012, Chrome for Android has just received an update which makes it the “safest version” yet, although this does not mean it is 100% immune to hacks and security compromises. Still, security remains one of the core principles of Chrome, and as the number of...

Chrome Beta gets better mouse control for games

08/23/2012, Look at what the cat dragged in with the latest Chrome Beta, where the team over at Google have come up with a new and improved Pointer Lock JavaScript API (a.k.a. mouse lock). To put it in plain English, this translates to gamers being able to enjoy...

Chrome for iOS updated

08/22/2012, Hear ye, hear ye, those of you who are currently using Chrome for iOS – it seems that this particular software or app has received an update courtesy of the folks over at Google. To put it in a nutshell, the Chrome team is more than happy to...

Chrome OS apps list updated

08/21/2012, Chrome OS users love these two things about their Chromebooks – the speed as well as simplicity, and when you take this week’s stable release of Chrome OS into consideration, you should have noticed the redesign effort that went into the apps...

Chrome browser delivers Retina Display support now

08/01/2012, The most recent version of Google’s Chrome browser will now play nice with Apple devices that carry a Retina Display, which is a good indicator of how well Google keeps its promises to the end user after making a commitment to support Retina Display...

Android and Chrome to feature radial-style menus?

07/31/2012, It looks like Apple isn’t the only one looking into using radial menus on its mobile operating system. According to reports online, a recently revealed patent shows that Google is considering implementing radial-style menus to Chrome and Android in the...