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Google Now Cards Make Their Way To Chrome For Desktop

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....

Chrome Mobile Finally Updated With Data Compression Feature

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...

HP 11 Chromebook Review

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...

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 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...