Microsoft Continues To Bash Chromebooks

By | December 6, 2013 | 2 Comments

Another day, another video.
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Download Opera 19 Next

By | December 5, 2013 | 5 Comments

Download Opera 19 NextBuild 19.0.1326.9.

Now here’s something for all the enthusiastic Opera users out there. Norwegian browser maker has just published the “Next” build of Opera 19, which gives a glimpse on what to expect from the final version.

So what’s new and different? First in the list is “Bookmarks Bar”, followed by custom themes but most importantly, guys at Opera have added a couple of neat features that will be appreciated by the power users:
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Google Plans To Port Chrome Apps To iOS & Android

By | December 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Google Plans To Port Chrome Apps To iOS & AndroidHere come the hybrid apps.

It looks like Microsoft and Apple are not the only ones that think about the unification. According to the latest report, Google is working on a toolkit, which will help developers to create Chrome apps for their own Android platform as well as iOS.

The main difference between Android and Chrome apps is that later are built for the web by default and Google is using Apache Cordova (a core of PhoneGap) to accomplish their goals.
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November, 2013 Desktop Market Share: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari – Up; Firefox, Opera – Down

By | December 3, 2013 | 3 Comments


Still being the king of the hill, Internet Explorer managed to increase its market share again, from 58.22% to 58.36% (0.14 point jump).
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November, 2013 Mobile Market Share: Android Browser, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer – Up; Safari, Opera Mini – Down

By | December 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Another month, another report.

Starting with Safari, Apple’s web browser has seen a small dip in its numbers, from 55.88% to 55.61% (0.27 point decrease).
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Download UC Browser 3.2 For Windows Phone

By | November 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Download UC Browser 3.2 For Windows PhoneWith background downloads and more.

While we wait for the Internet Explorer 11 or Opera, here’s a noteworthy update for all you UC Browser users out there, which, by the way, is currently the most popular web browser in the Windows Phone marketplace.

First in the new features list is ability to download files in the background that will also be resumed in case of connection error or other interruptions.
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Chrome And Opera Optimize For Asm.js

By | November 28, 2013 | 6 Comments

Some time ago, Mozilla has revealed asm.js, a subset of JavaScript that offers tremendous performance improvements, resulting in ability to run heavy goodies like Unreal Engine 3 right in your web browser.

Now, it looks like Chrome 31 and Opera 18 are joining the fun as they too can now run Epic Games created tech demo called Epic Citadel. Who’s next, IE or Safari?

Microsoft Attacks Chromebooks With Its Latest Scroogled Ad

By | November 27, 2013 | 6 Comments

Microsoft Attacks Chromebooks With Its Latest Scroogled AdYou just got Scroogled.

Either Microsoft has too much cash or they feel threatened by the (possibly) rising Chromebook demand. In its latest video, the software giant goes to show you how Google is using your data to make cash, why these laptops are bricks and why it’s not worth anything.

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$299 Touchscreen Chromebook Is Here

By | November 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

$299 Touchscreen Chromebook Is HereIt looks like Google’s Pixel won’t be the only Chromebook that has a touchscreen. Today, Acer has announced C720P, an 11.6 inch laptop running on Celeron 2955U CPU, 32 GB SSD and 2GB RAM.

However, unlike Chrome Pixel, it won’t cost you a fortune. In fact, it’s only $299 and with a reported battery life of 7.5 hours.

So when is it coming? As soon as early December, which is next week!
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Google To Pay $17 Million For Privacy Violations

By | November 22, 2013 | 3 Comments

Google To Pay $17 Million For Privacy ViolationsJust a drop in the sea.

Back in 2012, Google was caught tracking Safari users through a loophole, which caused some stir in the community. Now, it looks like the search giant’s actions were not left unpunished.

According to the recent report, Google will have to pay $17 million to settle, which is less than a pocketchange for the company. While they did not admit doing anything wrong, search giant’s spokesman said that they have “taken steps to remove the ad cookies, which collected no personal information, from Apple’s browsers.”
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