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2013: the year Google positions Chromebooks as proper Windows rivals
With several major announcements so far this year, Google is positioning its Chrome OS and Chromebook line of laptops to become Windows true rivals.
Google unveils new MacBook Air-esque Chromebook
Google has unveiled a new MacBook Air-esque Chromebook “for folks living entirely in the cloud” that will be available to purchase later this week for $249.
Google Chrome turns 4, here’s our favourite moments
While Google may have turned 14 today, its hugely popular browser, Google Chrome, has just turned four. In its first four years Chrome has risen to number one spot, edging a narrow lead over the once dominant Internet Explorer.
Firefox 15 has arrived, but where’s its Omnibox?
Firefox 15 has arrived with a number of welcome improvements but it’s still missing one key element of the modern day internet browser – a unified address bar and search box.
Google expands Voice Search availability to 100 million new users
Google has added 13 new languages to Voice Search on Android bringing faster searching to potentially 100 million new users.
Google Chrome reigns supreme for second consecutive month
Google Chrome has managed to retain its position of prevalence over Internet Explorer for a second consecutive month according to data from web analytics firm StatCounter.
Google announces offline viewing and editing in Google Docs
Google Docs has just announced its much-awaited offline feature, enabling Google Chrome users to view and edit documents and to view spreadsheets without an internet connection.
Hands on: Chrome OS gets a desktop and windows
Chrome OS, Google’s open-source operating system developed solely for the purpose of running web applications, has gotten its first major interface redesign since public launch in June of last year.
Google Chrome’s path to domination may come sooner than expected
Google Chrome is continuing its path towards browser domination and is expected to overtake Internet Explorer as the world’s most-used browser worldwide as earlier as May this year.
Google Chrome browser arrives on Android
Google Chrome, the massively popular web browser has arrived on Android, bringing with it seamless sign-in and syncing across devices.
Microsoft say good riddance as IE6 falls below 1% in the United States
Microsoft is today celebrating the further demise of Internet Explorer 6 as it officially falls below 1% market share in the United States for the first time. The US now joins other leading nations Austria, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway where support for the defunct browser had already dropped below this milestone.
Chrome set to overtake Firefox globally before end of November
Google Chrome is poised to become the world’s second most popular web browser by the end of November as it overtakes the current seed Mozilla Firefox, suggests trends data.
Google Chrome gets Instant Pages
Google Instant Pages has been rolled out to users of Chrome 13 stable, a feature that was previously only available in Chrome beta. Instant Pages enables certain web pages to be loaded almost instantly by preloading Google Search results that are mostly likely to be clicked.