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Google finally released Google chrome 9 stable, 2 weeks later than it’s promised release-date. We have summarized top 5 must-try features in the new chrome!
Google Chrome extensions are a good way to get more features and functionality to your browser, for this week i chosed a collection of 10 extensions that i hope will be useful for you.
Did you ever try Google search for Linux? Google offers a good search tool targeted for Linux users. See screenshot bellow
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 … Continue reading
As you likely heard on any number of news sites, Oracle has filed suit against Google, claiming that Android infringes some of its Java-related copyrights and patents. Too little information is available about the copyright infringement claim to say much … Continue reading
Finally Google voice and video chat is available for Linux, so If you’ve been wanting to use voice and video chat on Linux , then we have good news for you: it’s now available! Visit gmail.com/videochat to download the plugin and get … Continue reading
The new beta version of Google chrome is available, this release is now 35% faster than the previous one, it include support for several HTML5 features, such as geo-location and drag-and-drop; synchronization of browser settings to effectively “clone” Chrome on … Continue reading
Google’s venture into real-time search just got a lot more serious, with a new Twitter timeline feature. Like Twitter’s own search, Google’s Twitter timeline can tell you what people are saying about your search term right now. Google’s done one … Continue reading
Yesterday Rick Spencer from Canonical announced in a developer mailing List that Google search will be the default search for firefox in the next final release of ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx . Note that Some months ago canonical changed the … Continue reading
To help out the adoption of WebGL, the Khronos-backed API originally started by Mozilla that seeks to let web developers tap into modern graphics processors via the web-browser natively, has caused Google to get into the graphics driver game.