Tag Archives: Chrome

Honda Navi To Be Introduced In Adventure And Chrome Edition

Honda announced just today, which is the beginning of the new year, that it will be introducing two editions of the Navi soon – the Chrome and Adventure Edition. It was at the beginning of 2016 that Honda wished us a ‘Happy Navi Year’ and it was the beginning of what was to become the most loved bike in India. ... Read More »

Google Won’t Build an Ad-Blocker Into Chrome, Wants to Fix Ads Instead

  At the Chrome Dev Summit 2016, where it was revealed that the popular Web browser now has 2 billion active users, Google also shared its stand on ad-blocking, and it should come as no surprise. Google’s primary revenue source is ads, and its approach is to fix what’s wrong with ads instead of putting them off the table entirely ... Read More »

Microsoft Office Apps for Android Will Be Officially Supported on Chrome OS

Google’s fast-growing Chrome OS recently got the ability to run Android apps, adding a huge breadth of apps to the platform. However, apparently there were some Chromebooks that were not compatible with Microsoft Office apps for Android. Now, Microsoft has clarified that these are teething issues and every Chromebook will soon be able to run Office apps for Android without ... Read More »

Chrome 54 Uses Microsoft Optimisation for Faster Startup, Load Times on Windows

  Google is ramping up its efforts to make its widely used Chrome browser faster. With this mind, Google has announced the integration of Microsoft’s Profile Guided Optimisation to make Chrome up to 15 percent faster on Windows. This new integration realises which functions on Chrome are used most often, and which aren’t. PGO then gives more leverage to the ... Read More »

Evernote receives Google force Integration on Chrome and Android

The provider has now added a small Google power icon along its other editing equipment. at the same time as making a note, you possibly can without difficulty insert a Google drive document with out leaving Evernote, by using just clicking onto the icon. interestingly, any modifications to documents in Google power will dynamically sync and replace in Evernote as ... Read More »

Chrome 50 Released for Windows, OS X, Linux; Retires Legacy Platform Support

Google has released Chrome 50 for Windows, OS X, and Linux. The update brings several improvements, as well as bug and security fixes, apart from new features. An update for Android and Chrome OS is also expected to roll out soon. As announced back in November, Google has retired support for older operating systems, namely – Windows XP, Windows Vista, ... Read More »

Chrome 49 for Android and iOS Brings Revamped Bookmark Interface, More

In addition to Android N Developer Preview, Google has started rolling out the stable version of Chrome v49 to Android and iOS as well. The update as usual brings new features. The search giant last week released Chrome 49 for OS X, Windows, and Linux. On Android, the Google Chrome 49.0.2623.91 improves background sync with the Background Sync API. The ... Read More »

Chrome Update Ensures Attackers Won’t Be Able to Hide Malicious Extensions

A recent change made to Google Chrome has many users anxious. Many people aren’t able to piece together why Chrome is showing them icons for all of their installed extensions. For those who are looking for an answer as well, fret not, it is just a security measure from Google. Originally planned last year, Google last week flipped the switch ... Read More »

Google Chrome 49 Brings Smoother Scrolling and More to Desktop

Google on Wednesday started rolling out the stable version of Chrome 49 on OS X, Windows, and Linux. The new browser version includes several bug fixes along with number of developer APIs and new user-facing features. One of the key new features of the Chrome 49 is smooth scrolling functionality. Users would now experience a smoother mouse scroll while browsing ... Read More »

Chrome for Android Gets Support for Google’s Eddystone Beacon Platform

Google wants the entire world and everything in it to be connected and share useful information with each other. The Mountain View-based company announced Eddystone last year, a cross-platform, open source standard to facilitate communication between Bluetooth LE-enabled inanimate objects – or the physical Web, as Google likes to call it – and your phone. The company has taken the ... Read More »