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Have you ever spent hours filling out a form online only to accidentally hit the backspace key causing your web browser to go back a page and completely ruin all of the work you've ever done? Yeah me too. Fortunately, Google is mulling over the idea of removing this function in Chrome.
The era of HTML5 is coming quicker than we thought as Google has quietly announced a new proposal entitled "HTML5 by Default" for Chrome.
Google is increasingly making the Internet a safer place by warning users of potential problematic pages, whether they're considered unsafe, or whether they're known phishing websites. Now, Google is taking another step to ensure its users stay safe online, by warning them of deceptive download links.
In December, rumoured surfaced suggesting that WhatsApp might be landing on the web, and as of yesterday that rumour became a reality, if you happen to use both Google Chrome and the WhatsApp app on Android.
If for some reason you're not quite happy with Chrome OS on your Chromebook, you can now finally install a different operating system if you so wished, like Linux for example, thanks to Google adding Debugging Features for Chrome OS devices in Developer mode.
A few months ago I wrote a piece about why Chromebooks are better than everything else. Obviously not literally everything, Chromebooks aren't as good...
Google Now has been an integral part of Android since it's launch a few years back, offering contextually informative cards for its users based...
Chromebooks have been given a pretty bright spotlight over the past few months as they become increasingly popular, but what about the other Chrome OS powered device, the Chromebox? Well it looks like ASUS hasn't forgotten as they've just revealed a new Chromebox that's set to launch in March.
Good news for those who have a terrible Internet connection or travel a lot. The Chrome Browser is getting offline support for some of it's apps!
You could say the Chromecast has been well received over the past few months it's become available. This cheap $35 dongle for your TV allows you to stream Netflix, Youtube, Chrome, and various other supported apps giving you the chance to stream high definition content from any device in the house. One of the main features was made more accessible with the Allcast app allowing you to stream almost anything to the Chromecast but now that's all over since the latest update.
Since getting my Nexus 4 complete with Jelly Bean, the Google Now feature has constantly baffled me. Cards appear at random, I'll always know the weather, unless it decides to replace the weather card with local attractions. No matter how much I read up on it, I just can't seem to get to grips with the location based smart search app..
Berlin based 6Wunderkinder continue to take Wunderlist, their to-do list product, a step further with the release of ‘Add to Wunderlist’. The arrival of this exciting new features means that Wunderlist becomes even more than just a to-do list application. It’s small additions like this that really allow Wunderlist to stand out from the rest.