Result for «Google Chrome» in articles
Online advertising has changed. The ads that get the most attention today are video advertisements followed by native ads. Video ads are commonplace on social networks like Facebook and Instagram, and native ads are pieces of paid content that act like part of a publication but are actually advertisements. »04/21/2017, Alex Choi
If you want to play the tech game in Russia, you have to abide by Russia law. Those laws are constantly changing, as Google has recently discovered. A recent complaint by Russian search engine, Yandex, has led to the decision (by the Russian government) to demand that Google open up »04/18/2017, David Lee
Sometimes you just want to book a class. Simply. Without filling out tons of forms or calling people to find out prices. Google is on that. Google has recently created Reserve With Google. This service allows you to search for something using Google and reserve a spot immediately. Sound »04/03/2017, Jim Lewis
LastPass is a popular password manager that retains and secures passwords. A lot of companies use LastPass instead of issuing employees numerous passwords for a variety of programs. Today, LastPass got some ‘not so great’ news from a Google researcher, Tavis Ormandy. Ormandy discovered a vulnerability within the program that »03/31/2017, Paul Meyer
From the designer behind Trello and FogBugz (Anil Dash) comes a new website that allows coders to build apps based on existing code. The site is called Glitch (originally Gomix). If you want to build out an app that’s original and you’re decent with coding, you may want to read »03/14/2017, Paul Meyer
Result for «Google Chrome» in reviews
Google has released its latest OS called (for now) Android O (the OS will eventually get a ‘sweet sounding’ name to go along with the rest of Google’s lineup). Android O introduces a few new features that Android users will probably like. A lot. But some of those features »03/23/2017, Steve Luck
If you’ve come within ten feet of a startup in the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Slack. The team tool is one of the most popular tools within the startup realm. It’s also used in office settings (why walk across the room when you can just send someone »03/10/2017, Steve Luck
The one thing that irritates me about the WiFi connection in my home is that it isn’t always reliable. If I wander into one room or another, the connection might drop. This irritation has led me to look into building a stronger WiFi connection, which has led me to a »03/06/2017, Alan Vega
Google is making some very useful upgrades to its email inbox app. The company is working with both Trello and GitHub to make getting updates from these two programs a lot simpler for users. Both of these changes are necessary and Google Inbox users will find these updates accommodating »08/09/2016, Erik Lim
If you write for a living (or just write for yourself), you know one thing to be very, very, true. It’s easy to become distracted. It’s especially easy to become distracted if you have various programs like Skype and Slack running. People want your attention all the time - and »05/31/2016, Erik Lim
Result for «Google Chrome» in products
Windows Internet Explorer 9 makes Web sites look and perform as if they were native to Microsoft Windows. Internet Explorer 9 lets you tap into the power of your whole PC so your Web sites shine.
Picasa can transfer, find, organize, edit, print, and share images, all with this easy-to-use product. Watch Picasa automatically organize all your pictures into elegant albums by date.
Google Chrome is using a client_id variable which is unique for every Chrome user. Chrome Privacy Protector is a FREE tool that developted by http://www.aqlsoft.com, it automatically deletes the unique Client ID before each run of Google Chrome.
Portable bookmark manager for browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome. The program can help to synchronize bookmarks between browsers and computers and store your favorite links on a USB disk.
Google Desktop, Google Toolbar, Chrome, Picasa and Earth: Almost every Google application sends information back home. GoogleClean prevents Google applications from sending unnecessary personal information.