3-D Acceleration Web Standard on the way

With the blessing and support of leading tech companies like Adobe, AMD, Apple, Google, IBM and Intel, the Khronos Group will take the lead developing an open, royalty-free standard for the presentation of accelerated online 3-D Graphics. The Khronos Group is hoping to find ways to expose the OpenGL and OpenGL ES 2.0 using the […]

Better Gmail for Chrome

(via CNET) It’s starting now. Some real, even if hacked, extensions. The famous Better Gmail extension for Firefox that adds rich features to Gmail such as message highlighting and attachment icons has been ported to Chrome and can be downloaded from here. The installation requires you to have Google Chrome Channel Changer first, and then […]

Did you know Javascript could do that?

Chrome Experiments is a library of cool and complex javascript experiments that were made by people from all around the world, combined to show and test the browser capabilities, mainly Chrome in this case, but you can compare it to the other browsers. Here is one example that worked on my Firefox on Mac, but […]

Google Chrome - Last Browser Standing

One day into the Pwn2Own hacking competition, and all 3 major browsers (IE, Firefox and Safari) have fallen down, leaving Google Chrome, with predicted 2% market share), standing on its own. Interesting notes are that Opera was not part of the competition, and the first one falling was, you bet, Safari! Later, the winning hacker […]

Google Chrome Hello World Extension

Finally, with the recent developer release of Google Chrome, or the Google Chrome 2.0 Beta (That was fast graduation don’t you think?), you can hack your way through with some wrapper extensions just to get the flavor. You can read a quick brief about it on Google Operating System blog, or you can go straight […]

10 ways to customize Google Chrome

One of the main downsides of Chrome compared to Firefox is the lack of extensions feature and ability to do customization. TechRadar is giving however 10 ways you can customize and improve Google Chrome to your likings, including a link to how you can customize or make your own Google Chrome theme. I didn’t know […]

Not enough browsers? How about a GreenBrowser?

Last time I read about a new browser I was like “Ohh God, not another browser!”. It was called Chrome and one day after it’s release it became my default one. Not that I’m at all enthusiastic about this now, but history has taught lessons. GreenBrowser is not something that takes the path of simplicity, […]