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Google Chrome 17 Alpha – Download Now

Google has released Google Chrome 17 alpha stable update with some new features including secure downloading, and faster page loading. Are there any changes or features worth checking out?

Official Chrome blog:

“When you start typing in the omnibox and the URL autocompletes to a site you’re very likely to visit, Chrome will prerender the page, so it will …

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by Google, Internet
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Official Google+ App for Chrome

Google has released official Google+ web app for Chrome, which gives Google+ addicts to catch up their Google+ stream instantly with a single click.

If you are a heavy user of Google’s Google+ social networking product you are probably keeping the site running in a tab all the time to never miss new messages. But even if you do, you …

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by Google, Mobile App & Software, Technology
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Google Chrome for Android – Download Now

Google launched a beta version of Chrome for Android smartphones and tablets Tuesday, delivering a mobile version of the popular desktop web browser after a very long wait. Indeed, both Android and Chrome launched more than three years ago, and users have demanded unification ever since.

 

Features:

  • Browse fast with accelerated page loading, scrolling, and zooming
  • Search and navigate

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Google Chrome 15 Download Now

Google rolled out stable Chrome 15 with some minor cosmetic changes including Chrome web store layout redesign and clean new tab page, which was before get opened blank but now it shows thumbnail grid of most visited websites by the user.

Thanks to a new, Maxthon like design, users can switch between the recently visited web pages and their favorite …

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Google Chrome 14 Beta Download Now

The next version of Google Chrome will bring the browser closer to a full operating system. Chrome 14 build 14.0.835.35 is released for Windows, Mac and Linux with some bug fixes, new features and performance improvements. It will add a “native client” that lets developers run their C or C++ programs right in the browser, using what Google calls “Pepper” …

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Download PHP GD Bar Chart Generator Script

PHP GD Barchart Generator – script built using PHP’s GD image library allows you to easily add simple charts in your web pages. It accepts a number of parameters in the <img>’s src and you can also set more global settings in the file itself, giving you full control over what data is displayed, in what colours, sizing, fonts and …

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Google Launches HTML5 Rocks Website for Web Developers

Google has followed suit and launched a website of its own to showcase the benefits that HTML5 have to offer. The site has been properly named HTML5ROCKS, and it offers interactive presentations, tutorials, demos, and other resources. There’s a section called ‘Playground,’ which allows users to play around and experiment with their own code. The website was introduced today …

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Google announced Google Adds VP8/WebM Support to Dev Channel of Chrome

Google announced today on its Google Chrome Releases blog the introduction of VP8/WebM support to the dev channel of the Chrome browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Back in May 19, when Google first introduced its VP8-based WebM video format, only the Firefox, Opera, and the not so popular Chromium build supported the format. It was a bit surprising that …

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Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 Losing Market Share Very Fast

Every buddy knows Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 is already dead. The browser is antiquated, old, and chock full of vulnerabilities. Individuals have moved on by either updating to a new version of Internet Explorer or adopting a new browser. According to a new report by web analytics company StatCounter, Internet Explorer 6 is now used by only 4.7% of …

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Opera Makes fun of Google Chrome Speed Test Video

A couple of weeks ago, Google released a Google Chrome Speed Test Video demonstrating the speed of its Chrome web browser. The video proved that rendering a web page in Chrome is faster than some random (though admittedly very quick) events, such as blasting a potato through a tube. And if you thought that’s quite silly, you’re not alone: Opera …

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