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Google Chrome Blocks Local Extensions!

by Sagnik Roy on May 28, 2014

Google began wiping out local Chrome extensions and plug-ins with an aim of making it a faster and much more secure web browser. This means, as of today, only the extensions and plug-ins available in the Chrome web store can be installed. Google says they are doing this to protect users from malware. Easily accessible and downloadable plug-ins in random websites can easily mask malicious software. This policy change was initially announced in November 2013, which was to take effect with the release of Chrome 33 in January this year. Google has finally flipped this switch with the launch of Chrome 35 last week. [click to continue...]

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Music Bubble Extension For Chrome – A Music Lover’s Delight!

by Sagnik Roy on May 26, 2014

Chrome extensions are Google Chrome’s browser extensions that provide extra features and functionality to modify the browser according to the user’s requirements and preferences. One such Chrome extension, build exclusively for the music lovers is the Music Bubble. The extension with an awkward name, but remarkable utility allows users to control their musical proceedings anytime, without having to leave the current tab they are on.

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Chrome devices to be powered by Rockchip RK-3288?

by Sagnik Roy on May 26, 2014

Rockchip RK3288 powered Chrome OS devices might hit the market soon. In April this year, Rockchip, the Chinese chip maker company gave a demo show of Chromium OS running in their prototype board. And recently we have heard Google’s Francois Beaufort reporting that a new ARM development board featuring the same processor is functioning at the Chrome OS repository. This means, the Chrome OS is being checked on Rockchip processor and if things go well, we might see Chrome OS devices running on this chipset soon. [click to continue...]

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Google Announces Chrome version 36

by Sagnik Roy on May 23, 2014

Google is on a roll, and within two days of releasing a very stable Chrome version 35, the web giants have already announced the next update. Chrome 36 Beta for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems will update features for specifically developers, app builders and web builders. [click to continue...]

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‘OK Google’ Voice Search Control for Chrome OS

by Sagnik Roy on May 22, 2014

The web giant, Google has recently added a voice search command to launch searches in its Chrome OS. The latest update (version 35) introduces search capabilities for new tabs or Google search pages using the hot-word ‘OK Google’. This can turn out to be a very interesting and functional service for people to initiate searches while travelling, cooking or in general when people are lazy! [click to continue...]

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Google Chrome KryptoKit Faux Pas

by Sagnik Roy on May 21, 2014

This morning was greeted with an uproar worldwide surrounding KryptoKit (bitcoin wallet & encrypted messaging extension) being removed from Google Chrome Extension Store. There was quite a speculation as to what the main issue was as none of the developers could provide a concrete answer. KryptoKit, which has support of some of the most prominent members of the bitcoin community has been running successfully for the past six months and had been well-received by users – until today. [click to continue...]

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How To Stop Google Chrome From Sharing Data With Google

by Sagnik Roy on May 21, 2014

Google Chrome is undoubtedly one of the fastest browsers and has a horde of customizable features for users to make their browsing experience interesting and convenient. But in the process of doing so, Google Chrome is capable of and does send every kind of data entered by users back to Google. This is the main reason behind a faster working of the browser, but users should also be aware of the data being shared by Chrome or how to stop Chrome from doing that. [click to continue...]

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Google Chrome Updated (version 35) : Many new features and more developer control!

by Sagnik Roy on May 21, 2014

Google Chrome version 35 has been released today for Windows, Mac and Linux. This update does not seem to have much for the end users, but has a lot to cater to the needs of web builders and app developers. The latest release can be accessed from the browser’s built-in updater or can be manually downloaded from www.google.com/chrome. This update is also out for android devices. [click to continue...]

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Google Patent To Revive Lapdock Concept?

by Sagnik Roy on May 20, 2014

Google has reportedly filed a hardware patent that would enable users to insert their smart phone into their laptop, providing audio and data on-the-go services for the laptop. The idea echoes of Motorola’s lapdock designs featuring Atrix phones, but is yet completely different. According to sources, this phone-laptop docking would allow Instant messaging, Video conference and Voice over IP along with a number of various other communication applications.

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Google Extends Lifespan Of Chrome OS Devices By A Year!

by Sagnik Roy on May 19, 2014

Google has recently promised a software support on Chrome OS devices for at least 5 years after their release – which is an extra added year to what they had previously committed. “EOL [end-of-life] dates … will be at least a minimum of 5 years from launch of hardware” – commented Google, on an updated Chrome OS device support site. For example, the HP Chromebook was assured software support till November 2017. This has now been extended by one year and the same will get a support lasting up to November 2018. [click to continue...]

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