The busy beehive at Google has paused the distribution of its seminal Open Source Android (version 3.0) meant exclusively for the new generation of tablets. Called Honeycomb, the Android (3.0) saw fans going gaga over the high capability when it moves to new tablets and eventually to Smartphones as well.
Chrome 11 beta is loading with a handful of amazing features. In this post we will review them briefly! Chrome has introduced support for the HTML 5 speech input API. What does that mean? Developers can now develop web applications that have the ability to transcribe your voice into text! That is you can simply […]
Google chrome has a new flatter and for me a less attractive logo. Google has significanlty improved its web-broswer since its first release in 2008. In a statement they say the change in logo depicts the enhancements coming to the relatively new browser.”Chrome has improved significantly since it was first released in 2008. We’re working […]
Google after a lot of deliberation decided to offer a single standard for web media format converting its newly acquired VP8 as a royalty-free licensing policy. This will ensure that there is a free and open standard for HTML 5 Web Video. However, the licensing handler for VP8 Video codec H.264, MPEG LA, is pulling […]
Chrome takes up 10 % of worldwide browser share by end of January 2011. The chrome extension gallery features over hundreds of extensions that facilitate the chrome users by extending the browser’s functionality. You might have already installed and enjoyed extensions such as Google Mail Checker, IE Tab, StumbleUpon, Blog This!,Diggo Bookmark, Fitter Flicker, Orkut […]
After previously open-sourcing the VP8 video codec and coming up with a new container format (WebM), Google set its sights on making a new image format. Google has now publicly announced and released the initial code to the WebP image format. The goal of WebP is to better compress images than PNG and JPEG files […]