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How To Change Language In Google Chrome

Google Chrome has come a long way since its initial release in 2008. Back then the most popular browser was Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. Today, Chrome holds a 66% worldwide usage of browsers for the desktop platform while holding a commanding 56% share on all platforms combined. If you own an Android smartphone then chances are

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Google refutes rumors of Chrome OS and Android merging

There was talk recently that #Google would be looking to merge #Android and #ChromeOS by 2017. Having heard this report countless times on the internet over the weekend, Google has now uploaded a lengthy post explaining their stance on the matter. The company has categorically mentioned that Chrome OS will remain to function independently for

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HP releases new Chromebook 14 for $249.99

Google’s #Chromebook started off as a niche product but has since been available more freely. Multiple manufacturers have partnered with Google to launch Chromebooks since then and we’ve seen a variety of devices fitting a wide range of market segments. HP has now released a new budget Chromebook for the markets called the Chromebook 14, carrying

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Google officially shutting down Chrome Notification Center

#Google #Chrome Notification Center is quite a handy tool which lets users keep a tab on notifications from extensions and other tools that they have installed on their browser. The Mountain View giant has now announced that this feature will be shut down soon, citing lack of interest among existing customers. As of now, Google

New Chrome extension fills blank browser tabs with art

Folks at the Google Art Project have introduced a new Chrome extension which fills unused browser tabs with artwork. Users can pick from a variety of art, ranging from historic moments (photographs), world wonders etc. After installing this extension, you will notice an artwork every time a new tab is opened. You can find a

Google Stopping Updates For Chrome On Ice Cream Sandwich At v42

Google originally released Chrome for Android on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) way back in February 2012. Now, with Ice Cream Sandwich’s marketshare at 5.9%, Google will no longer provide Android updates to that version of the platform. Google gave this reason as to why there will no longer be updates: “In the last year, we’ve

Google Switching Web Engines To Get Faster Browsing In Chrome

Starting in a few weeks, Google will be switching web rendering engines from SPDY to HTTP/2. With this switch, Google says that this will result in faster web browsing. For those unfamiliar with these protocols, they are for networking on the Internet. The current protocol for HTTP browsing is HTTP 1.1. Google was the primary developer

Google Chromecast Chrome Extension now available to Download

Most of you guys don’t have the Chromecast dongle yet, but the Chrome extension is now available for download through the Chrome web store. As mentioned in the extension description, the extension will allow you to cast your Chrome browser through the Chromecast dongle. Of course, this extension is free, and the dongle will cost

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Google unveils Chromecast, the second shot in TV

Chromecast is the new way for users to connect their phone, tablet or laptop to the TV simply. Google revealed the 2-inch dongle, when plugged into the TVs HDMI port, it connects to the home WiFi and from there users can “cast” programs on YouTube, Netflix, Google Play Movies and music from Google Play Music