- News tagged "chrome"
Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
Google's new Brotli compression algorithm could help web pages load a lot faster, in addition to reducing data transfer fees and battery consumption for mobile users.
Thursday, 7 Jan 2016
This tilted aluminum box with chrome mirror finish and dual M.2 SSD drives in RAID 0 is described to be a trophy for tech connoisseurs. After coming face-to-face with it, we certainly don't deny it, even if it's a little over-the-top. Would you pay US$1,400 for it?
Thursday, 31 Dec 2015
A plugin from AVG designed to help protect users from online threats was found to have a security flaw that could expose users' data to hackers.
Monday, 21 Dec 2015
Does your favorite shopping site use SHA-1 certificates for securing information transmitted over the World Wide Web? Google claims that it’s unsafe, and their Chrome browser will not support sites with SHA-1 SSL certificates.
Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015
With The Force Awakens premiere already over and done with, it's inevitable for spoilers to pop up online. If you don't want the surprises in the new movie to be ruined, you might want to check out this new Chrome extension.
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
In its next release, the Google Chrome desktop browser will allow you to stop non-essential Flash content on web pages. Read on to uncover details about this nifty feature.
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
Imagine if Google Maps had a mod that lets you play Pac-Man on the roads. Imagine no more.
Thursday, 6 Nov 2014
Google Drive has just gotten a new feature, which allows you to launch files in Google Drive with your favorite desktop applications. This is pretty handy if you frequently use applications on your PC to work on files you have saved in Drive.
Friday, 7 Feb 2014
Dell has further partnered with Google to develop the Dell Chromebox for meetings, an integrated solution designed to help geographically dispersed teams conduct meetings from a large variety of devices, from nearly anywhere, and collaborate 'face-to-face' in a virtual environment.
Thursday, 23 Jan 2014
By exploiting bugs in Google Chrome, sites can activate your microphone and listen in on your conversations, turning the web browser into an espionage tool.