Google gives people a look at the Mac/Linux Chrome

Missing a lot of the main necessary features like Flash and printing capabilities, Google have released few days ago a developer version of the quickly raising browser for the Mac & Linux. Aside from the missing features and incompatibility with all sites though, CNET sees it as fast with few glitches.

O3D Real Time Browser 3D Rendering

It’s not sci-fi, it’s not just talk. Google did release the O3D API to bring the power of 3D Accelerated graphics to the web through Javascript to all major browsers, namely Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, and it works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can see below a sample real time demonstration of what […]

First look at Google Chrome for Mac

With the deadline of end of June for Mac and Linux releases of Google Chrome, the first screenshot of Google Chrome on Mac has been published, and it may not be what you expected. Nevertheless, explaining the difficulty Google faces in porting the code and getting it to run, this is still a step in […]