Posts Tagged ‘Chrome’

Google Introduce Chromebox for meetings hardware and service offering

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 19:59 No Comments

Google is making another step towards the enterprise today with its announcement of “Chromebox for meetings,” an integrated and simple solution for getting businesses into video conferencing. At launch, Chromebox for meetings is simply a pre-configured set of hardware that all works together, along with support and a simple interface for Google Apps and Hangouts. A simpler and less expensive solution for video conferencing The hardware consists of a standard-issue ASUS Chromebox, a 1080p webcam (what looks to be from Logitech), a wireless speakerphone / microphone combo and a wireless remote. You’ll need to provide a display, but choosing what size you need on your own i

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Google Chrome most popular internet browser

Monday, May 21, 2012 18:34 No Comments

Google Chrome has overtaken Internet Explorer as the most used web browser  according to the latest reports. It’s the first time the browser, which was launched in 2008, has topped the charts for most popular browser though its rise to the top has been anticipated. The data, gathered from Statcounter, makes for further painful reading for Internet Explorer as Chrome’s popularity is down to more people switching from using IE, and Firefox, meaning the gulf between them is growing at a rapid rate. Microsoft, the company behind Internet Explorer is sure to come back fighting withrumours of IE 10 arriving later this year. Yet with Google Chrome itself evolving with a number of extensions

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Chrome 15 Becomes World’s Most Popular Browser

Thursday, December 22, 2011 19:02 No Comments

Google’s Chrome 15 browser is now the most popular browser build in the world. New data from StatCounter suggests that Chrome 15 recently reached a total global market share of 23.6% compared to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 market share of 23.5%. Internet Explorer still has the largest global market share if you combine all versions of the browser, however. While Chrome 15 may be more popular on a global scale, that’s still not the case here at home in the United States where it had an 18.1% market share as of December 5th, while Internet Explorer 8 had a 27% share. ”Looking at the daily stats, Chrome 14 and 15 have been overtaking IE8 at weekends since the beginning of October

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Google Chrome 10 Brings More Speed, Sandboxed Flash and Stable version.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 20:11 No Comments

Mountain View, California-based Google Inc. announced today on the Google Chrome Blog the introduction of the stable version of Google Chrome 10 — which is, as usual, said to be faster, safer, and better than previous versions. In addition, Google indicates that the browser has been equipped with a new settings interface that makes it easier to find specific settings. Google has also added a new search box to make it even easier to find settings — as results are displayed as one types. Also, individuals now have the ability to copy specific settings page links and paste them into the URL bar. This will make it much more convenient to help someone to get to a settings page while

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Chrome 8 Adds Google Instant to the URL Bar

Friday, October 15, 2010 0:14 1 Comment

Google’s Chrome development team has pushed a pre-release version of Chrome 8 into the dev channel for those that would like an early look at the next version of the Chrome web browser. While far from complete, Chrome 8 adds some welcome new features, including more hardware acceleration and the arrival Google’s new “Instant search” right inside the URL bar of Chrome. Chrome has several “channels” — the Canary and Developer channels are where you get the earliest pre-release versions of Chrome, the beta channel releases are a little more stable, and the regular channel (which the majority of Chrome users run) is where fully-baked code ships. There’s also a build called

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