Archive for the ‘Google Chrome’ Category

The Next Step of google in Cloud Computing: Chrome Web Store

Thursday, May 27, 2010 4:28 No Comments

Google just kicked it up a notch announcing the Chrome Web Store. The wildly popular app store concept is finally being applied to today’s powerful web apps, closing the gap between native desktop and web apps even further. The Chrome Web Store is a marketplace that will make it easy for people to find and […]

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Watch Out For Google Wave – Collaboration + Communication Tool

Wednesday, June 17, 2009 17:49 2 Comments

Announced at Google I/O conference, Google Wave will be released later this year. In just couple of days hundreds of reviews have been written about Google Wave and it seems like it will be a massive success. As web developers we need to prepare ourselves for what’s heading our way. Google Wave is a real […]

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All Google Widgets In One Place: Google Web Elements

Tuesday, June 2, 2009 8:41 No Comments

Google Web Elements is a fresh website where you can find all Google widgets in one place & easily add any of them to your websites. The website simply offers a similar customization interface for each widget and generates the JavaScript code for embedding them. It currently presents 8 widgets: Calendar (for sharing your Google […]

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Firefox Watch Out! Chrome Gets Extension

Thursday, May 14, 2009 11:57 No Comments

Google’s Chrome has been in existence for quite some time now. While the browser was quick to move out of beta, you might be interested to know that Chrome has three release channels targeted at different segments. The stable release of the browser (currently at V 1.0.154.65), a beta release version and the Developer Preview […]

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Chrome extensions draw near, but advanced HTML 5 features recede

Thursday, May 14, 2009 11:46 2 Comments

A new developer version of Chrome takes some significant strides to adding the top-requested feature–the ability to accommodate extensions that customize what Google’s browser can do–but programmers also pushed back support for a collection of significant advanced Web features. Google Chrome 2.0.180.0 emerged Tuesday night for people willing to try the developer preview version. The […]

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Google fakes out Hotmail for Chrome support

Friday, January 30, 2009 11:52 No Comments

Google has added a patch to its latest beta and stable versions of Chrome to make the browser work better with Microsoft’s Hotmail site. With the patch, Chrome tells Microsoft’s site it’s actually Apple’s Safari browser, sidestepping a compatibility issue that had caused problems using the site. “While the Hotmail team works on a proper […]

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