Archives Tag: Google Chrome

Google Chrome vs. Internet Explorer 8

So I’ve been writing a lot about how Internet Explorer 8 is making Microsoft look worse and worse, saying that they need to spend more time on actually making a better product. Let’s go head to head and see how they line up. Right-click options? IE8 looks a lot like Chrome, with a few other […]

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Microsoft Struggling to Stay Alive

Microsoft is simply acting in desparation now to keep Internet Explorer alive. Chrome? Pfft, forget Chrome! Microsoft thinks that Chrome is “tarnished … so get rid of it or get lost”! Here is Microsoft’s latest marketing push for Internet Explorer.

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Everything Microsoft is Doing Wrong

Google Chrome was launched with some minor success just nine months ago, in September 2008. Initially, it was only available for Windows users. Disappointing for Mac and Linux users? Sure. End of the world? No. Google Chrome for Mac is now available, but still fairly buggy. When Firefox was announced, was Microsoft scared that they […]

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Google Chrome for Mac and Linux

Google Chrome finally released a version for Mac and Linux. http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel Scroll down to For Mac or For Linux, and bam! Here is what it looks like.

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Google Pushes More Money to Chrome

Google is pushing full force to get Chrome adopted by the world. In a recent blog post, Google talks about how they are now running Google Chrome ads through their television advertising network on AdWords. So why is Google trying to push Chrome so far? It’s two-sided, in my opinion. Google obviously wants part of […]

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Chrome for Mac Latest Updates

Here are some of the latest updates for Google Chrome for Mac. Week of Mar 29 – Apr 4 Middle-click, command-click, and “open link in new tab” should now all correctly open a new tab without tab bar wonkiness. Starting to work on getting code coverage numbers Added a bit of hysteresis to start dragging […]

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Chrome Next Steps: Extension API

Chrome is an amazing browser and I’m very thankful that Google released it. It has helped set the standard much higher for browsers and for what is to come in future releases of all browsers. The primary component about Chrome that I love is how fast the JavaScript engine is. It’s amazingly fast. But one […]

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Google Chrome Extensions

Google’s Chrome browser is still prepping for extensions. It really should have launched with extensions in the first place, along with a Mac and Linux version, but hey, life isn’t perfect and neither is Google. Here are some excerpts about how to use extensions within Chrome. Create a folder somewhere on your computer to contain […]

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Flock is a Joke.

Flock is a browser that tried to take off. They tried to do something that no one else was doing, nor should they be doing. Flock has tried time and time again to gain market share in the social networking space. Flock is built on Firefox, or at least it was. TechCrunch reports that Flock […]

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Google Chrome vs. Apple Safari [Beta4]

Google Chrome was launched in September of 2008. To date, Google Chrome is still not yet available for OS X or Linux version of the browser. Google continues to tell everyone “we are working on it,” yet still offers no product for these two operating systems. Apple wanted to take advantage of Google’s sluggish OS […]

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