Google testing search-friendly tabs in Chrome and Chrome OS

 

Google has been testing search-enabled tabs in Chrome since December, but you’ve had to run test versions of the browser to see those tabs in action. That changes today: the company is expanding its trials to include a small number of users running stable copies of Chrome and Chrome OS. If you’re part of that exclusive group and use Google as your default search engine, you’ll see a search box appear in every new tab. The page also supports other providers through a developer API. While Google doesn’t say if or when the new search feature will reach every Chrome user, it notes that previous tests have been “encouraging” — don’t be surprised if your tabs get the same treatment in the near future.

Mozilla launches Firefox 22

Mozilla has released a new version of its Firefox Web browser  that offers support for 3D gaming, video calls, and file sharing. With these integrations, developers will be better able to develop apps that run within the browser without requiring plugins or third-party software to be installed.

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Is it worth getting a chromebook?

The Google chromebook was launched a couple of years ago and with much din. Today, it is not heard that much of. But in the last week, a lot of my friends were contemplating replacing their notebooks with a chromebook. They wanted my advice. So I looked into the idea and here is what I came up with. Continue reading

Why I will never change from Android to Apple for my smart phone

I have always had and will always have an android based smart phone and tablet. Don’t get me wrong here! I do not hate Apple, I am not a genetic iHater! I have my own reasons for saying this and all of them are logical, some of them technical and a few of them personal. Read on if you want to know why

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