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Google Chrome OS headed to tablets?

04/07/2011, While the lukewarm response to Google’s Chrome netbooks don’t seem to spell out a bright future for the devices, it looks like they might have more planned for the operating system, Chrome OS. According to reports online, Chrome OS will...

Google to include warnings on malicious downloads in Chrome

04/07/2011, Google’s heart goes out to all of its Chrome browser users who have no clue on what malware is all about – announcing to the world that they want to incorporate warnings concerning malicious downloads in their very own Chrome browser, beefing...

Google Chrome OS notebooks could ship in 2H 2011

03/30/2011, Google’s Android operating system looks set to dominate the smartphone market in the near future and the long run, but that doesn’t mean the Internet search giant is content with just smartphones, and has set their sights on the notebook...

Google Chrome OS receives touch-friendly tab page

03/21/2011, Google has always maintained that their Chrome Operating System will first see action on laptops while working on a tablet-friendly version later on, but it seems that developers have already started to work on what a future Chrome version might look like...

Google fixes Flash exploit in Chrome

03/21/2011, Google knows that there is a critical Adobe Flash Player bug in their Chrome browser that is no doubt being taken advantage of, but has already released a fix for it. As for users of Flash Player in other browsers, they will just have to sit tight and...

Asus to release Google Chrome netbooks?

03/17/2011, Fans of Google’s Chrome OS might have a reason to rejoice soon. Asus, creators of some of the hottest selling netbooks around, has been rumored to be releasing new netbooks that run on Google’s Chrome OS. The rumored netbooks will come with...

Google updates Chrome OS beta

03/03/2011, Google has recently updated their Chrome OS beta to hit R10 release 0.10.156.46, and of course, with each new software update, there will be changes made – mostly for the better, although some of the changes are so subtle you won’t even...

Google gives out laptop for GDC attendees

03/01/2011, Google has been feeling generous yet again, and this time round, they have given out free laptops for Game Developers Conference attendees – at least to those who sat through Google’s sessions on Chrome. This is certainly a pleasant surprise,...

New Chrome extension blocks sites from Google’s search results

02/14/2011, Google intends to bring the fight against “content farms” right to your doorstep with  their latest Chrome extension. Just in case you’re not too sure what a content farm is, it is a website that has thousands of low-quality articles...

Google Chrome 9 hits the streets

02/06/2011, Google has just rolled out the latest version of Chrome, boasting support for multiple new features at the same time (that’s the least we can expect, right?). Google so far will not label Chrome with a version number, but we do know that the...

Hack Chrome and get $20k from Google (Pwn2Own)

02/03/2011, During the upcoming Pwn2Own hacking conference (March 9-11), Google will challenge hackers to break into its Chrome web browser, and reward success with a $20,000 check. In the previous edition, Internet Explorer and the iPhone, among other products, were...

Chrome surpasses 10% market share

02/01/2011, Google has clearly made some impressive headways with their Chrome web browser, having passed the 10% mark this year by 0.7%, which is up 0.72 points over December. It took one year for Chrome to more than double its share yet again, but we do wonder when...

Chrome OS beta updated

01/28/2011, Google has just announced a new update to Chrome OS beta. This update brings Chrome OS up to version 0.9.130.14 and updates the Chrome browser to 8.0.522.344. The update is focused on mainly fixing network issues such as WiFi and 3G connectivity – the...

Google Chrome browser gets new privacy tool

01/25/2011, Google has introduced a new tool to its uber fast Chrome web browser which has the end goal of assisting you in the protection of your online privacy. Basically, users are able to check out and download the “Keep My Opt-Outs” browser plug-in...