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Google Chrome 25 comes with security improvements and voice commands

Google has released version 25 of its popular Chrome browser, the update being available for Windows, OS X and Linux.

Posted on: 25 Feb 2013 06:51 by A. Brown

Outlook.com is officially stepped out of Beta

Remember the Outlook.com? In a time when most of us have forgotten that there Outlook.com exists as a preview version, Microsoft announced the final release.

Posted on: 20 Feb 2013 05:17 by A. Brown

Firefox 19 in the final version is ready for download

Mozilla released Firefox 19 - the final version and it is ready to download. New edition of Firefox introduces native support for viewing PDF documents and improve the performance level of smoothness and stability.

Posted on: 19 Feb 2013 05:55 by A. Brown

Nexus terminals receives update to Android 4.2.2

This week Google began to deploy the update to Android 4.2.2 on smartphones or tablets, the Nexus range. Essentially corrective, it makes no visible change.

Posted on: 15 Feb 2013 04:12 by A. Brown

Apple decided to drops prices up to $ 300 for its MacBooks

In addition to discounts, Apple\'s laptops receive also more powerful processors.

Posted on: 14 Feb 2013 06:51 by A. Brown

Opera announced Presto replacement: WebKit - the future rendering engine

About a month ago, Opera Software announced that it will launch a new browser for Android and iOS platforms, based on WebKit rendering engine instead of the old Presto. Most of us assumed that iOS restrictions led to this choice. Well, it was not true.

Posted on: 13 Feb 2013 08:34 by A. Brown

iWatch, the new gadget from Apple that is about to be launched, continues the "i" series

Apple could launch soon \"iWatch\", a new portable gadget, according to several U.S. publications.

Posted on: 12 Feb 2013 01:06 by A. Brown

Google and Mozilla in a demonstration to prove the importance of WebRTC: no more extensions or plug-ins in video communications

Google Chrome browser implemented in the latest Beta version WebRTC support for standard communication; Mozilla also has also taken a step in this direction, implementing preliminary support for it in the version 18 of Firefox browser.

Posted on: 05 Feb 2013 07:52 by A. Brown

Are you a good hacker? Google rewards you $ 1 million for hacking Chrome

Google invites hackers in the world to race in a competition with prizes of $ 1 million in total, to find vulnerabilities in their browser.

Posted on: 04 Feb 2013 07:10 by A. Brown

Firefox will be much secure due to the ambition of Mozilla to block plugins by default

Mozilla has implemented in the version 17 of the Firefox browser a new option called security Click to Play, this meant having to block automatic execution of old plugins and manually confirm it. Company will not stop here, however, announcing that it wil

Posted on: 01 Feb 2013 07:53 by A. Brown