It’s almost two weeks after the announcement of the ‘Google Web Store’ and already the Chromium App development channel is full of activity.
There has been much talk of possible Chrome OS tablets and Netbooks. It seems that in our “post-Ipad” excitement we, the blog-sphere have been focusing on what I believe to be the wrong angle.
Like any operating system, no matter how secure, fast and delightful; the average user will not embrace it unless it comes with some delightfully tasty goodies. The launch of Iphone OS and more-so the Ipad are a testament to this.
Chrome 5 has finally left beta testing stage and has been released for the public as a stable release by Google. As reported in our previous story on Chrome 5; this is an awesome browser. Arguably Google Chrome has finally left Firefox users with no reason to drop it and join in with the Google crowd.
Yesterday I was trawling through some of my favourite tech blogs as is my usual practice. In my years of reading tech news; it’s quite normal for me to find ridiculous articles. Ones that are meant to catch the reader’s eye rather than convey sense and logic. Well…yesterday I found such an article on Gigaom which did exactly that. In my …
Rumours are rife once more regarding Acer’s perceived intentions of releasing a Chrome OS powered device soon.
Yesterday I promised that we would add the Google I/O keynote about Google’s Web Store as soon as they published it. As you can see there’s quite a lot to watch but I believe it’s really worth it; the keynote really shows the Google Web Store in it’s true glory.
After many months of rumours and news leaks Google has finally officially launched their much awaited Google TV platform. Indeed this was all announced this morning at the Google I/O event in California
Yesterday during the first day of the I/O event, Google announced that it’s Chrome brower has hit the 70 million user mark. This is a sharp incnrease from barely a year ago when they annonced their 30 milliom users milestone.
Google announced today at it’s I/O event in California that they are now making preparations for a Chrome OS App store. This store will be accessible not only from their upcoming operating system (Chrome OS) but also through the Chrome browser.
We all know about Chromium OS “Flow” from Hexxeh and some of us have probably played around with it in the past. Well Hexxeh’s planning on a new release candidate for his Chromium OS builds code named “Concorde”.
Many people have been wondering as to how far development on Chrome OS has gone thus far. Afterall there hasn’t been much coverage of it in the media lately.