HP Touchpad User Now Can Dual Boot webOS and Android

Good news for HP TouchPad owners who intend to try out Android applications and services without having to remove their webOS. HP Touchpad user now can dual boot webOS and Android. Only takes 3 easy steps to enjoy the Android on the HP TouchPad. After nearly three months of this ... Read More
HP Touchpad User Now Can Dual Boot webOS and Android

Google Chrome Web Store

The Google Chrome Web Store is an open marketplace for Web applications which is owned by Google. Like Apple’s iOS App Store and Google’s Android Market, this Google Chrome Web Store lets developers put their apps in a place where users and buyers are likely to be looking for them. ... Read More
Google Chrome Web Store

Google Chrome Offline Standalone Installer

Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google that uses the WebKit layout engine and application framework. It was first released as a beta version for Microsoft Windows on 2 September 2008, and the public stable release was on 11 December 2008. The name is derived from the graphical ... Read More
Google Chrome Offline Standalone Installer

Google Chrome View & Delete Cookies

Like any web browser, Google Chrome stored cookies related to websites you visit. Cookies can be a serious privacy problem if you do not want to share their web surfing habits. Cookies are used to collect information about you from web sites as you surf the Internet. Fortunately, you can ... Read More
Google Chrome View & Delete Cookies

Restore Google Chrome Default Settings Without Reinstalling

Have you ever made a misconfiguration on your Google Chrome web browser and you do not know how to restore that settings? Indeed, by reinstalling Chrome will restore its settings, but before doing that you should try doing this, restore Google Chrome default settings without reinstalling it. This how to ... Read More
Restore Google Chrome Default Settings Without Reinstalling

Google Launches Voice Recognition in Chrome

Google continues to inject innovation in the browser Chrome. One of them is interesting, voice recognition feature that is present in these browsers. It was said by Google, Chrome 11 is equipped with support for HTML input speech API. Google claims with this feature, developers can provide web applications that ... Read More
Google Launches Voice Recognition in Chrome

Google Chrome Build Research Center in Taiwan

Google has set up a software development center in Taipei. This research center aims to facilitate Google is working with Chrome-based laptop makers in Asia. “This research center will play an important role in supporting the laptop makers, as well as a Google effort to reach more companies behind the ... Read More
Google Chrome Build Research Center in Taiwan

Hardware Acceleration in Google Chrome 10+

Google Chrome has allowed you to render web pages using your GPU in the past few versions, however the location continues to change (and depends on which version of Chrome you are running). The image below shows the settings for the stable Chrome channel by typing about:flags into your Chrome ... Read More
Hardware Acceleration in Google Chrome 10+

Google Announced Chromebooks a Notebook With Google’s Chrome OS

A few days ago Google had announced their “Chromebooks” – notebook computers running Google’s Chrome OS. They will be available in June. There are two models right now. Samsung has one with a 12.1″ screen, 8.5 hours of continuous usage, a mini-VGA port and a weight of 3.26 lbs. Samsung’s ... Read More
Google Announced Chromebooks a Notebook With Google’s Chrome OS

HP Announced To Stop Making Tablet And Smartphone Based WebOS

Hewlett Packard (HP) announced it would stop making the tablet and smartphone operating system based WebOS. TouchPad tablet production was stopped, although has not been long outstanding. WebOS and especially the TouchPad is seen as a victim of the popularity of Android and especially iPad tablet. HP bought WebOS with ... Read More
HP Announced To Stop Making Tablet And Smartphone Based WebOS