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Firefox for Android updated, bringing WebRTC and NFC sharing

Firefox has updated the Android version of their mobile browser today, bringing a host of welcome changes. On the heels of the Chrome update for Android, Firefox has made similar ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 18, 2013

Chrome for Android updated, bringing WebRTC to everyone

Chrome for Android was updated yesterday, bringing one very important feature to the forefront. While the desktop version of Chrome received Omnibox improvements and a quick reset for ...
by Nate SwannerAugust 21, 20132

Google developing parental controls for Chrome

The latest development version of Chrome shows that Google is planning to introduce ‘supervised accounts’ to its web browser, which should help parents and teachers control how children ...
by Robert TriggsAugust 20, 20132

Google bringing “Chromoting” to Android, eventually

A note spotted in the code for the open source Chromium browser notes that "the beginnings of a Chromoting Android app" are in place. It just doesn't work yet.
by Kristofer WoukJuly 19, 20139

Opera browser goes Chromium for its newest version

Site compatibility is paramount for a browser, and Opera had struggled in that arena. Chrome is wildly popular, stable, and built on an open source platform.
by Nate SwannerJuly 2, 20136

Is Google Now finally coming to Chrome soon?

Evidence suggests that Google is preparing to launch a new update involving Google Now, which could be added to Chrome on the desktop very soon.
by David GonzalesJune 27, 2013

Is a Chrome dongle in the works? We’re doubtful.

The ability to broadcast Chrome onto any TV, or monitor with an HDMI port, has a lot of use-case scenarios which would make sense. At their rumored $35 price point, it’s an easy buy for ...
by Nate SwannerJune 9, 20131

Study shows Android users spend larger percentage of time browsing than their iOS counterparts

The most interesting statistic is that iOS users spend 12% of their time visiting websites, while Android users devote 16% on the same task. How much time do you spend visiting websites ...
by Nate SwannerMay 29, 201328

New Chrome experiment ‘Roll It’ is out!

One of the hidden gems at I/O this year, Roll It was another Chrome experiment, geared at bridging the gap between mobile and desktop. Have you tried it yet?
by Nate SwannerMay 28, 20133

Chrome Beta for Android updated to v28, includes Google Translate, other features

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to version 28 with built-in Google Translate integration and other features. Read on for more details!
by Chris SmithMay 24, 20132
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