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The 64bit version of Chrome is faster, safer and more reliable

by Christine Kitsati Google finally announced the 64bit version of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8. We don't have any download links so far but there are two beta testing files to download if you are interested:  Canary and Dev editions. The 64bit version of Chrome is faster in navigation and multimedia content with results showing up to 25% improvement. It offers […] 8 June 2014 at 10:26 am
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Chrome 35 is available for download

by Christine Kitsati A few days ago Google Chrome 35 had been released for Windows, Mac and Linux, but its changes are addressed more to developers, especially those who create content for the Web and applications for mobile devices. So, the new version offers, among other things, more control to developers about the import via touch environment, new JavaScript […] 1 June 2014 at 08:35 pm
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How to speed up Chrome mobile

by dlife Let's say you surf the web using an Android device with Chrome browser installed on it. And the speed has... problems. You know what I mean, slow loading times, pages are so sloooow and things don't look that good. Before you uninstall Chrome have a look at the following how to trick and see what […] 22 May 2014 at 09:09 pm
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Build with Chrome. A cooperation of Google and Lego for creations on .... your browser

by Christine Kitsati A project which has been initiated as experiment by Google in 2012, now opens and is being advertised in public. The "Build with Chrome" allows you to create Lego constructions directly on to ... your browser. You can enter www.buildwithchrome.com and begin to experiment on your creations, like playing with real Lego! The site lets you share […] 5 February 2014 at 06:24 pm
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The advertising spot of Microsoft that makes fun of Chrome OS

by dlife Microsoft continues vigorously the attack against the competition through advertising spots, with Google as the main target of course. The last advertising is about Chrome OS and Chromebooks, the laptops with the operating system of its big opponent, by diminishing their specs before the eyes of the viewers when compared with the Windows computers. In […] 4 December 2013 at 08:36 pm
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Chrome 32 beta with 3 important new features

by Christine Kitsati Today's beta for Chrome 32 brings three new features, and we're sure you're gonna love them. One of these is for all of you that have a lot of open tabs and cannot find the origin of the annoying multimedia sound they listen when they visit some pages. From now on, the new Chrome will […] 13 November 2013 at 05:49 pm
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Chrome 29 is now available with several improvements!

by Christine Kitsati Well to anyone interested out there, Chrome v29 is now available for download offering improved address bar suggestions, the possibility to restore your profile, along with other apps and API extensions. The biggest change obviously is the "Omnibox Suggestions" with Google stating that all improvements rely on the web pages we visit so that we […] 24 August 2013 at 07:36 am
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How to: Make your webpages fart...

by niki lyberis Well yes, there are certain things you don't need, and you know it. But you'd like to have them just because you can. No reason why. That's why we're here: to let you know that there's a new Chrome extension available that makes every webpage you visit, well... fart, every time you scroll! At first […] 14 May 2013 at 01:48 pm
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Google introduces Blink, stops using WebKit rendering engine

by Nikos Papanikolopoulos In a move that will probably speed up the development of Chrome browser, Google announced that it is going to stop using the WebKit rendering engine in its Chrome web browser and will switch to Blink, which is a forked version of WebKit. Along with Google, Opera announced that it will also be contributing to […] 5 April 2013 at 11:32 am
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Google Chrome for Android gets an update

by Nikos Papanikolopoulos If you're users of Google's Chrome on your Android smartphone, then you'd better check your device for updates via Play Store. This new update offers some bug fixes, minor improvements and also adds password sync and auto fill functionality to your app. As you can understand the password sync and auto fill functionality make another step towards true cross platform […] 4 April 2013 at 05:14 pm