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BitTorrent has just announced the release of BitTorrent Surf, a sharing plugin that “brings BitTorrent to your browser.” Basically, BitTorrent Surf hopes to eliminate the need for a separate torrent client and make downloading easier.
In addition to making downloading content easier, BitTorrent is hoping that Surf will make discovering [...]Read More »
Like many iOS users, when I purchased my first iPhone, I got quite used to surfing the web with Apple’s built-in web browsing tool Safari. I was still gushing over how amazing the iPhone was and it really could do no wrong in my eyes, based on how much it [...]Read More »
In terms of global browser usage, Google Chrome surpassed Firefox in December 2011 and beat Internet Explorer 8 in January 2012 but still had less market share than the total Internet Explorer family combined. Now, according to StatCounter, Chrome commands one-third of the global browser market (33.81%), making it [...]Read More »
In a move which most of the critics of rapid update cycle call to be one of those rare moments when major changes that really affect users get incorporated in an upgrade, Google Chrome has added native support for communication services such as webcam and microphone in its latest version [...]Read More »
A number of MacBook Air users have been complaining about their MacBooks crashing unexpectedly while they were using their laptops. The reason behind the problem was confirmed officially with Google announcing that the crashing is being caused by Google Chrome. Google also said that an immediate fix for the problem [...]Read More »
Around every month or so, some browser analytics service counts up the number of people they saw using each browser and releases measurements of each one’s popularity. At Google I/O this year, Google did the same, counting up the number of “active” Chrome users and comparing them to the users [...]Read More »
Google I/O, day two: 310 million Chrome users, Chrome and Drive for iOS, better offline Google Docs, and more
For complete news of today’s events, visit the Google I/O 2012 page.
Today was the second day of Google’s annual developer’s conference Google I/O, and Google showed no signs of slowing down. While yesterday’s announcements were quite Android-centric, today’s show Google’s vision of the future of Cloud and web services. [...]Read More »
Today is the second day of Google I/O, the annual developer’s conference where Google announces new software and upgrades. Earlier this morning, Google announced that they would be releasing both Google Chrome and Google Drive for iOS later in the day. Let’s take a quick look at each of these [...]Read More »
With Google I/O 2012 scheduled to start on June 27th, the world is looking forward to see what BIG announcements Google is going to make. At the same time, Firefox had also announced that it’s also having something BIG ready for Firefox for Android. And now, on June 26th, Firefox [...]Read More »