“Along with thousands of random and unaffiliated pilot beta testers, the following corporate workers will be helping Google get a shine on the Chrome: reservation agents at American Airlines; the engineering, sales and marketing teams of Logitech; the sales team and store employees of Jason’s Deli; the hotel suites and call centers of Intercontinental Hotel Group; the production line employees at Kraft Foods; and every single employee of Virgin America — including the pilots.” Yes, I too hope that it is not while flying!
It seems like Google has reignited their Chrome Browser Ad campaign in the last few days. The search giant has began to push ads through it’s Adsense network so aggressively that it has become difficult to visit a website without seeing one.
According to StatCounter, a web tracking analytics company; Google’s Chrome OS has finally inched past Apple’s Safari while hitting 8.97% market share. On the other hand Microsoft’s Internet explorer still dominates the market at 52% market share followed by Mozilla’s Firefox at 28.5%.
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 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.
Rumours coming in are suggesting that Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 will be ditching Firefox as it’s browser of choice.For years now Ubuntu (a Linux based open source distro) has flaunted it’s seemingly happy illegitimate marriage to Mozilla’s Firefox.
Hexxeh has released his latest build of Chromium OS; this update aims to be an improvement from the previous ChromiumOS Cherry. Below are the new fetures and improvements as announced on Hexxeh’s Blog:
The major improvement in this new build of Chrome OS over the previous builds is that it supports most of the WiFi chipsets. This new build also has a slight improvement in speed and a new boot time splash screen.
I found some fantastic themes for your iGoogle page. These are all gaming themes, anything from Supermario to The Sims!
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.