Tech bosses gathered at Sydney's Rockpool restaurant to discuss the challenges they face when retiring old technology. The luncheon was supported by Google.
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Tech bosses gathered at Melbourne's Eureka 89 restaurant to discuss the challenges they face when retiring old technology. The luncheon was supported by Google.
A look at some of the coolest bits of Chrome experimentation out there, in honor of Google’s 1000th Chrome experiment being published this week.
Chromebooks, the stripped down "laptops" running Google's web-focused Chrome OS, have almost no presence in the market, after two years. But a new report from Forrester Research says these "post-PC" devices could fill a niche, or more than one, in the enterprise.
The Chrome hacker known as "Pinkie Pie" helped reveal a serious flaw in the browser's media handler that was patched last week with the release of Chrome 23. That update also fixed a file path handling problem, which was discovered by Google's in-house researchers.
Some of these add-ons for Google's browser will boost productivity and some are just plain fun.
Since Google's Chrome Web browser launched last September, it has garnered a small market share (roughly one percent, depending on the study you read). Chrome has embraced a lot of principles that has made the Mozilla Firefox browser so popular: It's fast and open to web developers to improve it.
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