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Official: Google To Integrate Flash With Chrome Browser

03/30/2010, It was previously rumored that Adobe and Google would be partnering to integrate Flash with Google’s Chrome browser, and now it looks like the deal is official, with both Adobe and Google spreading the word. The plan is to take the relationship to...

Could Google Bundle Flash With Its Chrome Browser?

03/30/2010, Apple and Adobe certainly aren’t seeing eye to eye recently over Flash, especially with the iPad not including Flash support, but could Adobe be getting a valuable ally in the form of the search engine giant Google? This hasn’t been officially...

Google Chrome OS to work with a multitude of devices

02/03/2010, It seems as though Google’s Chrome OS won’t see limited functionality to just netbooks and even tablets, but has the ultimate vision to run on low-power computers – we’re talking about other platforms including large screen...

Google Chrome Now Offers Extensions And Bookmark Sync

01/25/2010, Google has raised the stakes in the browser wars again, and this time, it has announced a new stable release of the Chrome browser (for Windows) which includes extensions and bookmark sync. One of the major features of Firefox is that you can add on...

HTC Tablet Suspended

01/19/2010, It seems that HTC has suspended the work on its tablet computer, which doesn’t seem like very good news to us. The folks over at Channel News have quoted Anthony Petts, HTC’s sales and marketing director, as saying that the company will be...

Asus Pondering Between Android And Chrome OS

01/14/2010, Google’s Android has certainly gained a lot of ground in a short period of time, which is amazing, and we’ve seen Android popped into almost every device imaginable, including washing machines. Now the question that the folks at Asus are...

Archos 9 Manages To Run Chrome OS

12/18/2009, Now here’s something rather cool. Google’s Chromium OS isn’t final yet, but folks are already trying to install it on various devices, and this time it’s the Archos 9 tablet. The OS doesn’t even have a touchscreen keyboard...

Google Chrome Extensions Now Available

12/08/2009, Are you looking to expand the feature list of Google’s Chrome? Google’s Chrome Extensions are now live for everybody, which are similar to the plug-ins or add-ons that Firefox uses. Some of the featured extensions include Remember the Milk,...

Avast And Google Chrome

12/05/2009, In a recent blog posting, Avast has confirmed that it will be offering users the option to install Google Chrome when they install Avast antivirus on their computers. The company stresses that they’re not trying to force Chrome on users; rather...

Google Chrome OS in 64-bit

12/01/2009, Developer Teo En Ming recently compiled the Chromium source code by rolling out a 64-bit version. This is a wee bit strange though, as the Chrome OS is more or less a bootable Web browser, and will normally require the juice of 64-bit processing. At the...

ARM loves Google OS

11/24/2009, I just read an upbeat post about Chrome OS from Bob Morris, the director of Mobile computing at ARM. Here’s an excerpt: It truly levels the playing field for platforms. For the most part today, the OS and HW are closely connected and this drove...

Google Chrome OS, What’s New?

11/19/2009, Google has provided more details about its upcoming Google Chrome OS. If you missed the boat, Chrome OS is a stripped-down Linux that should boot quickly and launch a browser (Chrome). From there, everything that you do is web-based. In short, it’s...

Google Chrome OS slated for Thursday event

11/18/2009, Looks like tomorrow is set to be a big day as Google will most probably preview its Chrome OS at a special event held at its headquarters in Mountain View, California. Apart from providing some technical background information while parading demos of the...