02/06/2014, Google just introduced Chromebox for meeting, a new integrated system that lets users easily arrange virtual meetings whether scheduled in Google Calendar or spontaneous. Based on Chrome OS, Chromebox for meeting is a dedicated enterprise/SMB virtual conferencing appliance that is designed to be much more affordable and easier to setup than existing solutions.
01/23/2014, Chrome for mobile features voice search by default. All users have to do when they want to use the search engine is say “OK Google,” and the browser beings to listen. It then runs the query and displays results effortlessly. In November last year, Google released the “Google Voice Search Hotword Beta” Chrome extension, which brought the same feature over to Chrome for desktop. It works exactly the same way, though […]
01/16/2014, Most Android users will be familiar with Google Now, the feature that displays “cards” of information, be it the weather, your next flight, an upcoming appointment or the time the ride back home will take depending on the day’s traffic. Its a pretty handy way of staying up to date with relevant information and now you won’t have to whip out your Android smartphone every time you need to catch […]
01/15/2014, Every year the number of people using mobile devices to access the internet significantly increases. Even though many websites offer mobile only modes, which help cut down on data consumption, users still might find themselves burning through their data caps if they rely too much on browsing using their data plans. Data compression comes in handy there, and the feature has finally been added to Google Chrome apps for both […]
12/23/2013, As I was about to publish my review about a month ago, the HP 11 Chromebook sale was put to an halt upon report of overheating charger. It was decided to wait until how this will affect the future of the device before putting the article online. At the core of the issue, there were “nine reports of chargers overheating and melting during use”. The recall affected 145,000 units. The […]
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 as though Google isn’t stopping there as a new Chrome beta was released on Monday and it now allows you to pinpoint which tab is playing audio, regardless […]
08/05/2013, Google Chrome is undoubtedly one of the most widely used web browsers around the world. It is available on a number of platforms, such as Windows, Mac, iOS and Google’s very own Android. It appears that the company is currently readying a couple of new touch based features for the web browser, which have already been rolled out in the nightly Canary test build. First up is the new slide-to-navigate […]
07/18/2013, We don’t know about you, but we love waking up and seeing some of our installed applications have updates available. It gives us a feeling the app fairy made a visit to our phone overnight and has bestowed us with a new update, which hopefully is more than just “a few tweaks and minor improvements.” In the case of Google Chrome’s iOS app, there’s more than just that in an […]
07/09/2013, The Google Chrome notification center has been made available today on Windows and Chrome OS. It brings a richer notifications experience outside of the browser.
05/23/2013, Google has released a new beta Chrome browser update which brings a richer notifications experience outside of the browser.
05/22/2013, Google rolled out an update for its Chrome web browser to include conversational search.
05/15/2013, With a user base of 750M users, Google Chrome is now the most popular browser in the world. This is no small feat, and since we use a bunch of browsers, we have to say that Google deserves this success. But the work on Chrome is far from over, and given that its growth comes in a big part from mobile devices, Google has announced that Chrome for Android will […]
04/09/2013, Google Chrome has been the alternative browser for many iOS and Android users for a number of reasons, although one of the main points has to be its ability to sync with Chrome on your computer. Google’s mobile browser just got better on iOS as they have released an update that makes the experience much better for iPhone and iPod Touch users. The way iPhone and iPod Touch users will […]
03/25/2013, Just like set top boxes, which are dedicated devices for streaming video content, the Chromebook is a dedicated web browsing appliance. It is an inexpensive piece of hardware, running on a free Operating System, with free software and updates (OS, firmware and drivers), troubleshooting free, anti-virus and anti-malware proof and you cannot “mess it up”, even if you wanted to. Now, assuming, somehow, it was “broken”, it could be restored […]