Chrome apps, which are basically packaged web apps, often see use within the Chrome browser or Chrome OS. Google has been planning to bring these apps to more platforms, specifically Android and iOS. But before expanding to the mobile operating …Read More »
For Google’s latest Chrome Experience, the company has teamed up with Warner Bros. to promote this month’s release of The Desolation of Smaug. The new Chrome Experience features a beautiful map of Middle Earth, but it gets better — …Read More »
Chrome has once again updated its features and whether you like it or not, you’ll have to get used to its newly modified New Tab homepage. If the sight of your recently visited sites bothers you, then you might as …Read More »
Nowadays, most of the web apps that we use require internet connection. This also applies to those that we use for editing images and photos. Now what if you need to quickly edit a photo but the place that you’re …Read More »
For those who hate the random auto-play feature some websites have, Chrome may have the answer you’ve been waiting for. Google announced yesterday that the new beta version of the Chrome browser will have indicators letting you know what tabs …Read More »
As of January 2014, the only extensions that Google will allow to work with the Chrome browser are those downloaded from it’s web store. In other words, Google is banning add-ons that they have not sanctioned.
According to Erik Kay …Read More »
Microsoft doesn’t support its own audio format. RIP, .WAV.Read More »
No one wants malware on their computer. It’s dangerous and can allow the person who created the malware access to information you’d rather keep private. Keeping your antivirus software up to date is a good start but it often catches …Read More »
Google.com not working? Google it.Read More »
Bitdefender TrafficLight protects you from malware, phishing websites, and privacy trackers [Chrome, Firefox, Safari]
The Internet may be filled with so many interesting things but that doesn’t mean that you should just keep your guard down. As a matter of fact, there is no guarantee that you won’t get hit by those spy bots …Read More »
According to ongoing market share reports, Chrome continues to dominate the browser market and for good reason. As a browser built after the Internet revolution took the world by storm, it offers many features that make it the most flexible …Read More »
As support for Windows XP begins to wind down, Google wants users to know it hasn’t given up on the operating system yet. Microsoft has announced that it will be ending support of the older operating system on April 8, …Read More »
Because nothing compares to the variety of offensive content from the Internet, Google will help you supervise your children with Chrome. The folks at Google, specifically the team responsible for Chrome and Chrome OS, are trying to provide a helping …Read More »
Autofill in Google Chrome, the feature that lets you save your information inside Chrome and automatically fill in online forms, is very convenient, but what if this convenience could send credit card information to web servers? It’s very possible, and …Read More »
Thankfully, the crash was in the digital world so no cats were hurt today.Read More »
Do you ever find yourself getting ridiculously unorganized with an unnecessary amount of tabs open in your browser? As a journalist I’m constantly having to open a dozen tabs while researching an article, or creating new graphics. Maybe you work …Read More »
Google has begun testing a new “Sign Into Chrome” prompt whenever a user signs into his/her Gmail account using the Chrome browser. The sign in prompt will only show up if the user is not already signed into Chrome.
So …Read More »
Privacy-focused search engine Blippex now supports WebRTC, for even better privacy protection for users
There are several search engines out there apart from Google Search and Bing Search. You might not have heard of these alternatives because you’re just too busy not caring. One of the best available alternative is Blippex, a search engine …Read More »
Pocket is a wonderful application for mobile devices. If you like reading text content or blogs, you can save anything to your Pocket for reading later even while offline. The service is available cross-platform meaning you can save content to …Read More »
The NSA PRISM initiative is slowly backfiring on the American government, but as it stands, American companies could suffer the most, as foreign countries grow weary of using American software. According to German website Zeit Online, German government officials …Read More »
Undoubtedly one of the most utilized pieces of software on any computer today is the web browser. Over the years, the web browser has become increasingly important and many functions previously characteristic of the ‘offline’ world such as the viewing …Read More »
This is a story of a younger brother who thinks his Chrome is infected with a virus. Spolier: It doesn’t actually have a virus.Read More »
It looks like Linux users aren’t safe from malware after all. While there had been attacks on Linux servers before, this may be the first time regular Linux users are affected. According to reports, a piece of malware called ‘Hand …Read More »
WARNING: Passwords you save on Chrome are completely unprotected and can be easily accessed by anyone
If you’re a Google Chrome user and you tend to let your browser save your passwords, take note. Due to poor programming on Google’s part, anyone with physical access to your machine can reveal all your passwords stored on Chrome, …Read More »
We all knew the Nexus 7 was coming, so Google’s other announcement really stole the show. They introduced the Chromecast, which is a tiny device that you can plug into your TV’s HDMI port then “cast” (stream) your online content …Read More »
At Google’s Chrome and Android event, the company announced the latest version of Android: Android 4.3. This is the third incremental upgrade for Jelly Bean and it adds somewhat minor but useful features to the operating system.
First off is …Read More »
If you are looking to experiment with some of the more hidden features of Google’s Chrome browser, chrome://flags is going to be your best friend.
This page, along with all of its options, should be available on any operating system …Read More »
Just our Google overlords reminding us what is what, nothing to see here.Read More »
Google is hosting an event on July 24th for Android and Chrome. What do you think they will announce?
When Google I/O came and went without even a hint of Android 4.3, people were understandably disappointed — but all that could be changing next week. Google has sent out invites for press to an event with the senior vice …Read More »
[Web] Create a sticky notes board inside your browser with ‘Scribble – Stickies on Steroids’ [Chrome]
A lot of people use sticky notes to note down important things such as to-do lists, project deadlines, mobile numbers, email addresses and a whole lot more. The problem with sticky notes is that they make your desk messy but …Read More »
The tew tab feature in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera looks simple and neat; when you want to open a new tab, a new tab page opens allowing you to visit whatever website desired. The problem is that it lacks in …Read More »
When visiting a page on Microsoft’s website about Windows 8 downgrading rights, a “false” message appears.Read More »