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Google Chrome To Receive New Touch Based Features Soon

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...

Android Chrome Gets Desktop-Level User Experience

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...

Samsung Chromebook Series 3 Review

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,...

Google Chrome for Windows gets improved Flash support

08/08/2012, Google is bringing good news to all Chrome users on Windows today. After two long years of working with Adobe to sandbox the Flash Player plug-in, the Google Chrome team is finally announcing its new plug-in architecture that improves the sandboxing of...

Chrome 22 developer release doesn’t support OS X Leopard

07/10/2012, It looks like it may be time to upgrade your Mac to the latest OS, Mountain Lion(OS X 10.8), which should be here very soon after we saw the gold master developer version release yesterday. One reason to upgrade is that the latest version of...

Be a polyglot with Google’s Language Immersion for Chrome

05/03/2012, Learning Spanish, French, and German is now easier thanks to Google’s latest experiment. Now you can speak like a polyglot with the Language Immersion for Chrome. What is it? It’s Google’s takeoff on automatic translation technology....

Google Invites Users To Design Cover Photo For Google Chrome

04/16/2012, Since Google+ Pages has been getting a new layout over the past week or some, the Mountain View giant is trying to get the massive user-base to get interactive and come up with their own image to be used as Chrome’s cover photo for the social networking...