If you’ve installed new apps to improve your browsing, you might start to see a lot of pop-ups.
How to make Google a video game.
And replaced it with “pesky whipper-snappers.” Finally.
No one took ownership of Google Reader internally because it wasn’t a top priority for Larry Page and his inner circle of lieutenants. And if you aren’t working on something that the boss cares about, then what’s the point?
The Omnibox is your friend.
It’s about a dead mom.
Jonas Lund has made a piece of software that syncs your browser with his in real time. It’s art! Terrifying art.
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Microsofts Internet Explorer may still hold dominant market share in the web browser arena, but it is quickly fading against strong competition from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
Sure, Apple and Google are at war, but that doesn’t mean they can’t help one another out from time to time. Especially with regard to WebKit, the rendering engine that both use in their Safari and Chrome web browsers. That’s exactly what happened yesterday with the latest stable build of Chrome.
Beautiful collection of clever little short videos promoting Google Chrome. Watch Video ›
After prematurely sending out a comic book introducing Google’s new open source web browser to a few bloggers, the search giant announced the launch of the beta version of Google Chrome, available today. Shortly after that little woopsie-daisy, Google went ahead and published the comic book for the masses in the interest of “information for everyone” anyways. So Googley of them! Read More ›