Google Chrome 64-bit Beta For Windows Arrived

Google Chrome 64-bit Beta For Windows Arrived

The speed of browser development these days means you’re never more than a month or two from the next “major” release. But if you can’t wait that long, and you’re happy to sacrifice some stability and security in return for getting an early glance at new features, then Beta versions can quench that thirst. And lately, Google has announced Chrome 64-bit Beta Channel for Windows.

By On August 2, 2014 Respond
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Google Prepares A Chrome Plug-In For Email Encryption

Google Prepares A Chrome Plug-In For Email Encryption

Although email is one of the most popular modes of communication on the web, email encryption isn’t very prevalent. Google now hopes to change that by preparing a Chrome plug-in that can enable end-to-end email encryption.

By On June 5, 2014 Respond
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Google Considers Hiding URLs In Chrome Browser

Google Considers Hiding URLs In Chrome Browser

URLs typically tend to be long and winding, beset with countless slashes and other characters. Google is now considering replacing the URLs in Chrome browser with top-level domains only. This means that rather than viewing specific URLs, you’ll see the main domain of a given site.

By On May 6, 2014 Respond
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‘Google Now’ Finally Comes To Desktop Chrome Browser

‘Google Now’ Finally Comes To Desktop Chrome Browser

Few days ago, we heard from one of our reliable sources that Google will soon launch its amazing predictive search tool Google Now to desktop (for Windows and Mac) Chrome browser. And finally, Google has launched Google Now for desktop Chrome browser.

By On March 26, 2014 Respond
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Google Will Block Unofficial Chrome Extensions On Windows From Version 33

Google Will Block Unofficial Chrome Extensions On Windows From Version 33

Google is aiming to limit the use of unofficial extensions on Chrome. The search giant has announced that from now onward, it will be blocking local Chrome extensions on Windows, starting from version 33 of the browser.

By On February 14, 2014 Respond
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Google Announces $999 Videoconferencing ‘Chromebox For Meetings’

Google Announces $999 Videoconferencing ‘Chromebox For Meetings’

Google is steadily building a Chrome ecosystem in the PC arena. The company has now unveiled a Chromebox, equipped with everything needed for video conferences and meant for organizational meetings.

By On February 7, 2014 Respond
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IE Browser Market Share Declines To Below Ten Percentage

IE Browser Market Share Declines To Below Ten Percentage

For long, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer enjoyed the leading position in the browser market, being among the oldest in the arena. But with the new and stuff competition, IE has been losing market share. Now, the browser has declined to single-digit market share.

By On January 31, 2014 Respond
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Sites Can Use Chrome Exploit To Listen To Users Without Permission

Sites Can Use Chrome Exploit To Listen To Users Without Permission

Google has been incorporating more and more speech recognition and media playback features in its Chrome browser. But now an exploit has been discovered which can allow a malicious site to continue listening to your audio even after you have closed the site.

By On January 23, 2014 Respond
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Chrome Remote Desktop App Will Soon Come To iOS And Android Devices

Chrome Remote Desktop App Will Soon Come To iOS And Android Devices

Chrome’s desktop manifestation has been very helpful for professionals in that it lets them keep track of multiple computers using a single Google ID. Now, the same feature may is expected to arrive on iOS and Android devices soon.

By On January 19, 2014 Respond
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Music-Discovery Service ExFM Gives Up, Shutting Down In January

Music-Discovery Service ExFM Gives Up, Shutting Down In January

ExFM started out as a Chrome extension for music discovery nearly four years ago. While the company grew initially, it has floundered for a while and has now announced that it will be shutting down the service by January 15.

By On December 23, 2013 Respond
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Google Removes 300ms Tap Delay From Chrome Beta 32 For Mobile

Google Removes 300ms Tap Delay From Chrome Beta 32 For Mobile

On touchscreen handsets, browsers often come with a slight delay in processing a touch input. This is to confirm whether you are single-clicking or double-clicking on the screen. Google has now removed this tap delay from Chrome Beta 32.

By On December 17, 2013 Respond
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IE Market Share Increases Thanks To IE11, Firefox Loses Ground

IE Market Share Increases Thanks To IE11, Firefox Loses Ground

Although Internet Explorer (IE) is currently the most used desktop browser, it was losing ground until a while ago. Between October and November though, IE11 gained market share, bumping up IE’s overall use.

By On December 2, 2013 Respond
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Google Brings Voice Commands To Chromebooks

Google Brings Voice Commands To Chromebooks

Google has recently focused on enabling voice-based search and other functionality on mobile devices. Now, the company is apparently preparing a similar funtionality for Chromebooks. The latest Chrome OS developer release comes with the ability to make a few rudimentary voice commands.

By On November 22, 2013 Respond
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‘Pinkie Pie’ Hacks Into Chrome For Nexus 4 And Samsung Galaxy S4

‘Pinkie Pie’ Hacks Into Chrome For Nexus 4 And Samsung Galaxy S4

A number of companies keep holding hackathons so that they can find vulnerabilities in popularly used software and hardware. Recently, in such a hacking contest, a hacker by the nick of ‘Pinkie Pie’ was able to hack into Chrome browser for Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4.

By On November 15, 2013 Respond
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Google Chrome 32 Beta Arrives With Indicators For Audio Tabs, Webcam Use And TV Casting

Google Chrome 32 Beta Arrives With Indicators For Audio Tabs, Webcam Use And TV Casting

It has often happened to many of us that right in the middle of some intensive online work, one of the countless Chrome tabs suddenly goes audio and we have a really hard time trying to find it. Google has finally resolved the issue by pushing out indicators for audio, web-cam using and TV-casting tabs in Chrome 32 Beta.

By On November 12, 2013 Respond
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