Category: Google Chrome

Google To Halt The Netscape Plug-in API Support

By | September 25, 2013 | 1 Comment

Google To Halt The Netscape Plug-in API SupportPlugin-less web browsers is the future.

Introduced in late 90s with Netscape Navigator 2.0, Netscape Plug-in API (NPAPI) has transformed web browsers in ways that were hard to imagine. More than 20 years later, it looks like NPAPI now does more harm than good, which is why Google has recently announced it plans to get rid of the old dog.

According to Google Chrome security engineer, Justin Schuh, “NPAPI’s 90s-era architecture has become a leading cause of hangs, crashes, security incidents, and code complexity.” and it’s hard to argue with him.
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Apple’s iCloud Now Supports Chrome & Firefox Bookmarks

By | September 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Apple’s iCloud Now Supports Chrome & Firefox Bookmarks

Windows users rejoice.

If you’ve been using Apple’s iCloud service on Windows but found a lack of Firefox and Chrome bookmarks support disappointing then good news because this is exactly what the recent update includes.

Yes, you can finally sync all major browser bookmarks (Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome) on your PC’s.

What We? Web Browsers (Picture)!

By | September 19, 2013 | 4 Comments

Some good old IE6 bashing.

What We? Browsers

Google Chrome For iOS Updated

By | September 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Google Chrome For iOS UpdatedVersion 29.0.1547.11.

After numerous Chrome updates for Android, here comes one for your iPhone and iPad. Thankfully, it isn’t just some minor update and actually includes some useful features.

When you searching for something, click on one of the links and hit back, the results page will now appear instantly. In addition to that, you can now ask follow up questions using voice search, for example: if you ask Google “Who is the president of the United States?” you can say “Who is his wife?” next and it will know what you meant.
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ASUS & Toshiba Chromebooks Coming Soon

By | September 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

ASUS & Toshiba Chromebooks Coming Soon

In addition to HP’s and Acer’s Chromebooks, Intel has also announced models from ASUS and Toshiba.

While specs or pricing are yet to be revealed, it was revealed that ASUS is working on a lightweight PC for those that want some screen flexibility.
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HP Chromebook 14 Announced

By | September 12, 2013 | 1 Comment

HP Chromebook 14 Announced

$299 meets beautiful colors.

If Acer’s 11.6 inch package is too small for you daily needs then HP’s 14 incher could very well solve your dilemma.
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Acer Announces New Chromebook With Haswell Processor

By | September 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Acer Announces New Chromebook With Haswell Processor

Brace yourselves for a new wave of Chromebooks.

Thanks to a fresh line up of Intel Haswelll processors, OEMs have announced a bunch of new Windows and Chrome OS laptops.
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Google Reveals A Next Generation Of Chrome Apps

By | September 6, 2013 | 4 Comments

Google Reveals A Next Generation Of Chrome AppsCalls it “a new breed”.

It looks like Google has been cooking something special for its 5th birthday and no, it’s not a cake. Turns out, the search giant has been working on a next generation of Chrome apps that are set to rival those of Windows and Mac.

Not only will they work offline but those apps behave like any native app on other operating systems, meaning that they can access pretty much any part of your computer hardware, including storage, ports and Bluetooth connection.
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August, 2013 Desktop Market Share: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera – Up; Google Chrome – Down

By | September 4, 2013 | 4 Comments


Another month and another gain for Internet Explorer, up by 0.99 point, from 56.61% to 57.60%.
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August, 2013 Mobile Market Share: Android Browser, Google Chrome – Up; Safari, Opera Mini, BlackBerry – Down

By | September 3, 2013 | 0 Comments


It’s autumn already as we take a look at what have had happened at the last month of summer.

Starting with Safari, Apple’s web browser saw a pretty big dip, down from 58.75% to 55.46% (3.29 points decrease).
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