With the advancement of web technologies, it is not surprising that the web and web applications are increasingly playing an important part of our experience on the computer. In the coming week, Google is releasing its first Chromebooks - netbooks which are based completely on a cloud OS and in which the traditional desktop has been replaced by the web browser. ...
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In a post to the Google Docs blog, Venkat Panchapakesan, vice president of engineering at Google, says that the company will be culling the list of browsers Google Apps will support come Aug. 1. On the chopping block: Firefox 3.5, Safari 3, Internet Explorer 7, and all earlier versions of those browsers.
Google Apps to Cut Off Support to Older BrowsersWhile the elimination of support for Firefox 3.5 and earlier and Safari 3 and earlier won't affect many users, the latest figures ...
Google has aired its first primetime UK TV advert to promote its Chrome browser, using the prime advertising slot offered during the UEFA Champions League Final.
Surely profiting from a giant TV audience and some Lionel Messi brilliance, the â€˜Dear Hollieâ€™ ad is a reworking of the US' 'Dear Sophieâ€™ marketing campaign. It captures real-life footage of a father tracking his daughterâ€™s development from birth onwards, by using Gmail, You Tube and Google Maps to map milestones in her life. The American ...
Mozilla on Friday flipped what's to become its Firefox 6 browser over to the Aurora channel where it's now available for download and testing. The Aurora channel is where Mozilla offers up early builds with the "newest innovations" before they make the jump to beta, and then eventually released as a final build.
This early version of Firefox 6 introduces a Data ...
Is your graphics card driver an Internet attack vector?
Apparently so, as Context, a British security consultancy, released a security bulletin this week warning that the Web Graphics Library (WebGL) is vulnerable to denial of service (DoS) attacks and cross-domain image theft.
WebGL is a specification that allows Web browsers to use OpenGL--a 3-D, hardware-accelerated graphics API--with HTML5. WebGL is built into Firefox 4 and Chrome, and included with--but not enabled by default--in Safari. Many people see WebGL as a potential open ...