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Google will still be Mozilla's search engine for the next three years
Google will still be Mozilla’s default search engine for the next three years. Google has been one of the primary source of income for Mozilla, generating $121.1 Million in revenue for 2010.Read the rest of the article »
More Users Now Use Google Chrome than Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome is now trailing behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, which is still the world’s most used browser. For the past few years, Chrome, has maintained its number three spot, when it comes to browser usage compared to Firefox that has steadily maintained its second spot, well, except for this month.Read the rest of the article »
Google has launched an experimental version of its “Chrome Canary” browser for Mac OS X, giving Mac users earlier access to advanced features.
The Canary version of Google’s popular browser was only available for Windows since late last year, while only the Stable, Beta, and Dev release channels were available for Mac. But unlike the mentioned Chrome versions, Canary is at the “cutting edge” of the Chrome development process and is likely to get much more updates than the earlier Chrome editions.
However, as it offers users much earlier access to more advanced features, the browser’s stability is also at risk. Fortunately, the users can run your Stable, Dev or Beta version of Chrome at the same time as the Canary build.
Google Chrome Canary is available for free, for Intel Macs running OS X 10.5 or later versions.View Article Source »
If you're not convinced on switching from your current browser to Internet Explorer 9, then maybe the Microsoft browser's energy efficiency stats can change your mind. That's if you believe them.
Stretching its marketing muscle further, Microsoft continues on its mission to win your web browsing hearts by releasing a new table showing data on a category that never really crossed our minds: Energy efficiency. And in case you haven’t suspected the obvious, Internet Explorer 9 wins this round. But it’d be a surprise if it didn’t, considering that Microsoft is the one setting the parameters of the test.
Hit the break to see the table!Read the rest of the article »
The Chrome icon on your OS is now on 2D. This is not some glitch, it's for real. Google has downgraded the Chrome icon from 3D to 2D.
Make way guys, Google Chrome has a new icon, more simple and defined. Ready?
Today, Internet titan Google has announced that they are indeed changing their Chrome icon into a new one.Read the rest of the article »
Microsoft fights back with a better, faster, and easier to use Internet Explorer 9. Download the program today!
And so the Internet Explorer web-browser rises from the ashes as it makes a sweet comeback with the Internet Explorer 9 which is now available for download at www.beautyoftheweb.com. Those who were dreaded by the awful browser we buried 100-feet under called the Internet Explorer 8 will be pleased to know that the Internet Explorer 9 is faster and easier to use. Some say it could even rival the Google Chrome.Read the rest of the article »
There's no job too small or too large for the Google Chrome as it plans to eliminate another element in the grand scheme we call a web browser: the URL bar.
Google Chrome seems to be on its way to destroy the URL Bar. Yes, that bar where you type in the web address of the site you want to go to. Is it possible? To Google, ANYTHING is. But there’s still the question as to why they want to do it.
“Less is more,” that seems to be the trend these days in everything we do and also in web browsers as it allows the world to glide through the web with speed and ease. The Google Chrome surprisingly trails behind the Internet Explorer 9 in terms of application and viewable web. But Google is right on the case as they’re currently studying ways of making web surfing a much simpler experience, and they’ve got their eyes in killing the URL bar in their “compact navigation” model.Read the rest of the article »
This isn't new. We've seen photos of the Chrome OS on Apple's iPad. But the man behind these wouldn't make himself known. To transmit the message, here's the video you need to see.
Days ago, there was a news circuating about Google’s Chrome OS on an iPad. Seriously, an iPad. We know that, it can never happen. Because Apple and Google are in the midst of their clash. But we can never say that the people behind them thanked Photoshop. With jailbreaks and hidden new found glory, it might just be for real.
Meanwhile, the genius behind the photos is here for more proofs. Here posting an unbelievably brief video clip of the device in action. You cannot blame us if we don’t believe this because there is somehow the credibility. But here, see for yourself.
Google Chrome answers the question, is it “Down For Everyone Or Just Me"?
Open a site, it indicates an HTTP 404 error. Reload the page, but everything is still down. Think about it, is it my computer who has the problem or the site or the browser I’m currently tied to?
We freak out, what’s going on? Twitter doesn’t do you any updates, so with Facebook and you form an angry face. Sometimes its just you or your net is down. It seems that Chrome can now save you from the headache not to mention the embarrassment.
Internet addicts are very much familiar with sites that lets you know if you are the problem or the site itself. It was made by a Twitter employee and was sold earlier 2010. Go to their site, enter the URL and see if there are people crying out loud like you are doing because the site was troubled or its just you and your insane Internet connection. Chrome wouldn’t want to be left out. So as the Rudefox blog pointed out today, they are making the almost the same sight.
While trying hard to load Chatroutlette today (like the rest of us) to see that if it is down, the author received a note that browser rather typical: “Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to chatroulette.com.” But what’s interesting is that below that, it reads “Other users are also experiencing difficulties connecting to this site, so you may have to wait a few minutes.“
Interesting inoovation, isn’t?View Article Source »
So we have seen these great web apps and what we can do with HTML5. Now, it's to make way for the newest online marketplace made by Google. Calling the attention of all developers and app creators, we now have Chrome Web Store -- and it's cheaper than Apple's App Store.
Google’s Chrome Web Store is one step closer to reality as they launch their first developer preview. Google’s marketplace for web apps first appeared at the company’s I/O conference last May. It is designed to be the main venue for buying and selling HTML5-based web applications. It will have a similar approach to Apple’s iPhone App Store, only Google will take a five percent processing fee from every transaction.
Though the Web Store will not be open to the public until October, the company is making sure that its marketplace will be filled with quality apps on its release day. Hence, today, developers can now access the developer’s preview via Google Code Labs. The preview is a platform for creating, uploading, testing and selling web apps, that can come in either hosted or packaged form. The hosted apps run on a webpage, while the packaged ones are downloaded by the users. The search giant is looking forward to attracting programmers and application creators to their platform. Why not? With Google’s massive distribution channels, app store interface and small transaction fees, it’s a win-win situation!View Article Source »
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