Download Google Chrome 27 Final

By | May 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Download Google Chrome 27 FinalGoogle Now is here.

As we wait for Blink, Google has released the stable version of Google Chrome 27. What’s so great about it? Well, minus minor performance enhancements and 14 security fixes, you can expect various Omnibox prediction improvements as well as improved spell correction.

In addition to that, GC27 includes conversational search that was demonstrated in the I/O conference earlier this month. Simply visit www.google.com and click on the microphone icon. Don’t feel like doing that? Well, this is what it looks like:
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Opera 14 For Android Drops The Beta Tag

By | May 22, 2013 | 9 Comments

Opera 14 For Android Drops The Beta TagForget opera:config

This is it, guys. A reboot of the Opera web browser for Android is here and it has just dropped the Beta tag.

As we reported back in March, the new version of Opera dropped its own rendering engine in favor of the WebKit that is likely to be replaced with Google’s Blink in the coming future. As far as other changes go: a fresh UI, improved download manager, automatic text wrap and more.
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Xbox 360: Internet Explorer Is Free For The Month Of May

By | May 21, 2013 | 3 Comments

Xbox 360: Internet Explorer Is Free For The Month Of MayWhy would anyone pay it to use IE anyway?

Yes, Microsoft charges $60 a year to use Internet Explorer because it’s that good. The good news? Assuming it works, you will be able to watch today’s Xbox Reveal event right on your Xbox, no gold membership required.

What about everyone else? Just head over to the following page and enjoy the live stream experience, and in case you have a Windows Phone, Microsoft has just published a new app, allowing you to watch the event on your phone. Only 9 hours remain.

And here are a couple of (completely unrelated) Xbox .GIFs
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Google Removes 8.8 Million Lines Of WebKit Code From Blink

By | May 21, 2013 | 6 Comments

Google Removes 8.8 Million Lines Of WebKit Code From Blink  Cuts rendering time from 4 seconds to 32 ms as well.

If you were wondering with how much of a fragmentation Google has had to put up with before switching to Blink, then Alex Komoroske, Chrome’s Open Web Platform product manager, might give you an idea.

During Google’s I/O conference, Alex shared that the Blink team has already removed 8.8 million lines of code from the original WebKit source, which is quite impressive.
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Google I/O 2013: Q&A With The Blink Team (Video)

By | May 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you have missed a portion of the Google’s I/O conference, there is noting to worry about as the search giant has since uploaded a bunch of videos, from the opening keynote to Blink’s Q&A session that can be seen in the video above. What is it all about? Blink’s progress, web font rendering improvements on Windows and a million other different things that you might be curious about.

Download Firefox 22 Beta

By | May 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Download Firefox 22 BetaWith no 3rd party cookie blocking.

Well, it looks like Firefox 22 won’t be as exciting as it was promised to be. According to PCWorld, Mozilla has postponed the idea in order “to collect and analyze data on the effect of blocking some third-party cookies.” whatever that means.

However, there is still at least one thing that will get you going. OdinMonkey, Mozilla’s asm.js optimization module is a part of this Beta build and as you might know already, it’s awesome.
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Download Firefox 21 Final For Desktop & Android

By | May 17, 2013 | 15 Comments

Download Firefox 21 Final For Desktop & AndroidIt feels like there was a while since the last major release of Firefox. Well, today is the day when we reset the timer as this week Mozilla has released the final build of Firefox 21 for both PC and Android.

So what can you expect from it? The desktop release adds a support for multiple providers in Mozilla’s Social API, improves the user interface for Do Not Track option so people know what there are choosing and offers some minor improvements and bug fixes that can be seen in the changelog below.

Firefox 21 Final Changelog
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Microsoft Nags Google’s “Chrome Everywhere” Video

By | May 16, 2013 | 5 Comments

Microsoft Nags Google's "Chrome Everywhere" VideoAnd the drama continues…

Back in March, Google has published a “Chrome Everywhere” video, which, as you might have guessed from the title, celebrates the availability of Google’s Chrome web browser on a pretty much every platform and form factor.

Well, it looks like Microsoft has a different idea and this is what it looks like:
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HTML5 Awesome: Google Racer

By | May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

The web is so much better than it was just a few years ago (minus people that try to control it) and thanks to Google’s latest project, it went from great to awesome.
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Google Thanks Web Developers (Video)

By | May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Earlier this month, Microsoft has published a video to thank developers for their contributions all over the world. Now, it looks like Google too has decided to thank them with (in my opinion) a much better version.