Posts tagged Chrome
Google is the current arena’s Technology giant and this news is not new to anyone. The presence of Google can be felt around each one of us specially if we’re connected to the technology and the web in just about any manner. The ever famous search engine does loads for us even without us noticing. Google’s Games, Google Schemer, Google Scholar, Google Analytics, Google Books, Google Shopping are just a few of the facilities that are provided by the tech leader. Google Drive, Google Docs and Google Calendar should not be missed out of the list either. The endless means by which Google helps us all around enables it to earn spectacular revenues as well not to omit the ever famous and the most popular Google Chrome and its spectacular usability. Recent news is the release of a press release by the organization regarding its revenues earned in the last quarter of the year 2012.
After capturing many hearts and minds on iPhone, being downloaded 1 million times in just 1 day on Android, and spreading further excitement by unveiling the plans of landing over Facebook, PC and Window Phone 7, Rovio’s hottest game Angry Birds is now reachable at Chrome web store.
The title of the post doesn’t paint a good picture if you are a Microsoftie doesn’t it? But truth must be told even if it happens to be a bitter truth of Microsoft’s legenedary browser losing its grip on the competitive browser market. According to the stats generated by StatCounter’s research arm, Global Stats, Internet Explorer failed to take its browser market share above or equal to 50% and instead continued its down town journey from 49.87 (September) to 49.23.
Mac based users of Google Chrome would have come across the not so pleasant fact of Google Chrome supporting Google Instant for Windows users only. No need to feel left out anymore as we have come across a work around that will let you use the search as you type feature on your Mac powered machine. Steps follow after the jump.
A new month means some new and interesting stats to consume from StatCounter. The numbers for the month of September don’t paint a good picture if you are Microsoft or an IE fan for that matter. According to the stats shared by StatCounter, Internet Explorer’s market share has fallen below the 50 percent mark which is the first time in the otherwise dominant history of Internet Explorer.
According to a presentation shared by 1Up.com, Google is planning to launch its Chrome Web Store in October which will allow users to purchase web apps from their Chrome OS enabled device. The presentation also detailed the process that developers will follow to submit their apps to the Web Store.
Google’s knack of rolling out small updates for its browser continues as they have rolled out yet another update for the Google Chrome Dev build. This latest update takes the build number to 6.0.422.0. Even though the update brings one change – it is a major one as it brings the WebM/ VP8 standard, Google’s open source video format. By the way, with this build, Chrome has become the first browser to bring WebM support which isn’t surprising by any means.
Nokia N900 is never short of pleasant surprises when it comes to running other mobile operating system and even PC based operating systems for that matter. Up till now you would have seen Google’s browser, Chrome running on Windows and Mac machines. How about you see it running on N900? Demo video can be seen after the jump.
Google and Adobe have becomes partners as a result of which Google Chrome will now become pre-installed with Flash Player. This partnership comes with the Californians looking to improve the Flash Player experience for Chrome. Google Chrome developer channel will kick off things by integrating with the Flash player. The global roll-out of this functionality will take place as soon as possible.
It has been less than a month since Microsoft launched the ballot screen and already the Internet Explorer is taking a beating. According to the stats released by Statcounter, IE has experienced a decline in major European countries namely France, Italy and England. Is this the sign of beginning of the end for the Redmondian’s very own browser?