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New Tab Page for Chrome Comes with Search Bar Front and Center

by S.Roy on September 25, 2013

Google has announced that it is bringing out a New Tab page, featuring a search bar front and centre, for the Chrome browser. Users would also be able to access current Google Doodles without having to navigate to the Google home page first.

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Google Planning to Drop Most Browser Plugins in 2014

by S.Roy on September 24, 2013

While some saw it, most could not foresee it probably. So it would come as a general shock as Google announces withdrawing support for almost all browser plug-ins (not extensions). The execution begins with the dropping of the popular Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI) plug-in in the Chrome browser.

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Snapspeed Integration in Google Chrome Shows Glimpse of Futuristic Web Technology

by S.Roy on September 23, 2013

The snapspeed integration in Google Chrome is likely to help the browser continue to develop as a platform with its own apps. The tools work offline although users can access them with the aid of the browser.

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Latest Chrome OS Version to Come With New System Sounds

by S.Roy on September 21, 2013

The dev version of Chrome OS has been added with new system sounds. This means users of the latest Chrome OS version would hear specific jingles during system actions, such as starting up, shutting down, locking or unlocking their computers.

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Google Explores New Ways to Help Advertisers Track Users

by S.Roy on September 20, 2013

With the use of third party cookies soon to face extinction, Google is trying to find new ways to help advertisers track users of its fast-growing browser – Google Chrome.

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New Haswell Chromebooks Promise Day-Long Battery Life of Yore

by S.Roy on September 19, 2013

The new Chromebook Pixel notebooks, powered by Haswell chips (4th generation of Intel processors), promise all-day long battery life – undoubtedly a piece of good news for long time Chromebook users.

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Google Chromecast Gets a Rival in Sony Bravia Smart Stick

by S.Roy on September 18, 2013

Since the launch of Google Chromecast in July, it was expected that Sony would push a similar device. And the Bravia Smart Stick dongle, powered by Android, has made the guesses come true.

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Google Rubbishes Reports Suggesting Pixel Chromebooks Will Not Be Repeated

by S.Roy on September 17, 2013

Some recent reports suggested that Google is not likely to repeat its Chromebook Pixel laptops, indicating that the device would not get a refresh with new Intel chips. Fortunately for Pixel fans, the reports have proved to be unconfirmed and possibility for revamped touchscreen Chromebooks still exists.

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Chrome Makes Data Compression Feature Available to Select iOS Users

by S.Roy on September 16, 2013

Select iOS users are now being offered data compression feature in the Chrome browser. In iOS devices, the feature allows Google apps integration and saves bandwidth by use of proxy servers of Google. However, Chrome Beta is not available to iOS users, as of now.

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Touchscreen Drag and Drop Support Added to Chrome OS Beta

by S.Roy on September 14, 2013

Chrome OS continues to get more and more touchscreen features. Google has recently updated the Chrome OS beta channel and powered it with touch-enabled drag and drop as well as text-selection capabilities.

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