Tag Archives: Google Chrome
I hate it, you hate it, we all hate it. It’s those annoying little advertisements that pop up at the most inconvenient time and seemingly knows more about you than you know about yourself. “Backpain?” The ad inquires. “Well…I guess I might’ve had a little back pain yesterday,” you think, “which is why I did a Google search and found out that…hey…wait a minute…are you stalking me?!” It’s intrusive to say the very least. I, for one, have never knowingly volunteered my “personal” (excuse my naivety but I do consider my searches personal) information up to any third party for the sole purpose of being sold to. I’m just not that type of girl. I’m much more of the “if I want you, I’ll find you” type in terms of my consumer approach. It seems that I have this in common with many internet browsers hence why, following pressure by the FTC, Google Chrome, along with Mozilla (Firefox) are trying to rectify the issue.
Google hosted the largest developer event of the year, Google I/O on May 19-20, 2010. Two days of intensive technical topics featured Google Chrome, WebM, APIs, GWT, Android, open web technology and many others.
As times change, technology changes and the world is introduced to new ideas. The World Wide Web is no better evidence that change and turn of events are constant and part of our experience every day. Many web developers are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to bring interactivity to the web. With new [...]
The release of Google Chrome for the Mac signifies that the browser is in demand and making some strides. While most have been skeptical, I have been happily using Chrome on my PC for some time now. The browser is easy to use, efficient, and well-designed. In prior posts, I have mentioned that the only [...]
This blog post is an outcry of some sorts to Google. It’s about my mixed feelings regarding Google Chrome. I think Google Chrome is a great browser once you really start using it. At first glance, it seemed a bit bizarre compared to other browsers as far as appearance but the more I used it, [...]