We’ve already seen that early builds of Google’s Chromium OS can be hacked onto existing machines, but those Chrome OS netbooks that the software giant has planned for next year have remained curiously elusive until now.
At last, Chrome Extensions have arrived! As the name suggests these will extend the functionality of your Chrome Browser in the same way Firefox extensions work.
I found some fantastic themes for your iGoogle page. These are all gaming themes, anything from Supermario to The Sims!
This is a great video which explains in the most simple terms, where one can get Chrome OS and how it should be installed.
Google Toolbar is an extension for Firefox and Internet Explorer. The features for the Firefox and IE Toolbars are slightly different, so this review will focus on Google Toolbar for Firefox. Google Toolbar for Firefox will work on both the Mac and PC versions of Firefox.
Google Gears is a Web browser extension that allows offline access to some online applications by downloading data to your hard drive. Google Gears is not restricted to making online tools work offline. It also allows for enhanced online functionality.
This is Google’s fancy new Chrome Browser advert. It seems like one thing that Google is never short of is creativity whether it be in their product development or more recently, it’s advertising techniques.
Google seems to be going all out this year. It seems like they have a lot more planned for their upcoming Chrome OS Operating system than once thought.
This week we heard the most fascinating news yet that Google may actually be partnering with a select number of companies to provide what the news media is calling a “Google Branded NetbooK”.
Google finally released their Chrome Browser for the MAC platform on the 8th of December (in beta form). It has been a long awaited move that will probably change how most people use their mac to browse the internet. The Chrome browser has already caused a huge stir on the PC scene where it has taken a huge chunk of the web browser market from the dreaded internet explorer.
On Monday Google released it’s new product “Google Goggles”; the new way to search on the web. Google has decided to reinvent how all search the internet; rather than the traditional text search or the newer sound search (as released on iPhone), Google aims to release the first ever image search.
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