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Chrome for Android is finally out of beta, and includes some major performance enhancements along with reduced RAM usage.

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Chrome is Blocking extesnions and apps with a message saying Extensions, apps and user scripts can only be added from the Chrome Web Store.

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Google is introducing a new feature called Event Pages that will allow developers to create Chrome extensions that will automatically be unloaded when not in use.

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Android took a major UX leap with design ideas from Matias Duarte and it showed in Honeycomb. Now, with the entire Enyo team and Matias Duarte under its belt, Android might just rock the mobile segment.

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According to the latest figures from StatCounter, for the first time ever, Google Chrome has become one of the most popular Web browsers worldwide, surpassing Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. Chrome has taken an overall lead with 32.76 percent share, while IE has drastically dipped to 31.94 percent.

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I don’t hate Flash like Steve Jobs, but it does slow the browsing experience at times and can get annoying. There are several extensions and tools which allow you to block Flash in browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox but most of the times Flash blocking extensions are heavy on memory usage and can slow down the browser. This is why I prefer to use a lightweight and versatile extension called FlashBlock for Google Chrome, which does the job very well without using up lot of memory.

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Macquarie Equities Research released a report stating that Google’s Chrome browser might be coming to iOS device. The report does not state when it might arrive on the Apple’s app store, however, the report states that it could be as soon as Q2 of 2012 and if it doesn’t land on the app store by Q2, it is definitely landing by the end of this year.

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Set Google Chrome Canary as the default browser on your Windows and Mac. Find a registry hack to set Chrome Canary as your default browser.

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Windows 8 fails to offer third-party app developers a level playing field by allowing only Microsoft applications to access many of the restricted APIs. However, is this sufficient cause for an antitrust investigation?

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The latest beta of Chrome features an “Other devices” option in the “New Tab” page that provides access to open tabs from any system (desktop as well as mobile).

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Mozilla releases the next version of their popular web browser, Mozilla Firefox 11

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Microsoft has created a new application class to accommodate third party web browsers, which would have had a tough time working solely with the restrictive WinRT API. Mozilla and Google are two browser developers that have already confirmed working on a Metro edition.

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After remaining undefeated for four consecutive years, Google Chrome was finally taken down this year by hackers at Pwn2Own and Pwnium. Zero-day vulnerabilities present in Chrome were used to bypass the browser’s sandbox.

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Google Chrome already runs Adobe Flash in a sandbox, and the Pepper API will allow it to go cross-platform with its plugin support. Moreover, the Pepper API will provide Flash for both x86 and x64 installations, although Adobe killed Flash for x64 Linux desktops back in June 2010.

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Smooth Scrolling comes to Google Chrome. Google Chrome now has a feature which allows users to Scroll Smoothly on webpages.

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