Tagged: Google

Google Adds Tabs, Other Changes to GMail

Google has been busy lately updating its GMail product with some new features that could make it easier to use.  User reaction to these changes, however, has already been mixed and, for some, very...

Google to “Experiment” with Window Controls

Google continues to both refine and experiment with the interface… layout, controls, icons and etc… used in their flagship Chrome browser.  With a new version of this popular browser hitting the market every 6...

Mourning Google Reader’s Death? Get Feedly!

Like many, Google’s recent announcement that they would be discontinuing their Google Reader (GReader) application as of 7/1/13 did not make me very happy, at all!  They reasoned that RSS feeds had become somewhat...

New Browser Engines Everywhere

There were two major announcements this week concerning the development of new “browser engines”; the software at the heart of Web browsers responsible for “rendering” or displaying the actual content of Web pages.  Both...

Google+ Surpasses a Half Billion Users

In its short 18 months of existence, Google+ has endured a lot of criticism and a few growing pains along the way.  Once declared “dead” by many industry pundits, Google+ has rebounded spectacularly.  Now boasting...

Privacy-Protecting Add-On Disconnect

Lifehacker has a great article today on a security add-on for the Firefox, Chrome and Safari browsers that eliminates the “tracking” of your Web activities that sites like Twitter and Facebook do without your...

IE10 on Windows 7 benchmarked

About a month ago, Microsoft released a new version of their Internet Explorer browser, IE10, along with Windows 8.  Prior to today, you have to install or upgrade to Windows 8 to get this...

Finally… Google Does Application Scanning

Taking a page from the Apple playbook, Google has finally added the capability for its Android 4.2 platform to scan and vet applications that users can install on their Android devices.  What took you...