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Google has given then $14,000 in rewards for discovering critical and high-risk vulnerabilities affecting its Chrome web browser.
It was much rumored that Google were going to be releasing a Chrome OS netbook in the coming weeks, and then a rumored announcement date of December 7th was thrown out to […]
Google recently paid two $1,337 bounties for work that lets Chrome avoid critical security problems by sidestepping vulnerabilities in Windows and the widely used glibc software library.
A phishing site tries to elicit personal information from a victim, usually this done by tricking the visitor to the site into believing that the page they’ve landed on is legitimate.
Word on the web, courtesy of the downloadsquad is that Google and Verizon are teaming up to launch a tablet device, built by HTC to launch on November 26th. Apparently […]
Built-in Flash was only previously available in the developer and beta releases of the swift WebKit-based browser. So the release to the Stable channel means the integrated plug-in is now available in its mainstream version.
The origin of the problem, if you didn’t already know it, was that Google is no longer complying with China’s demand for censorship of the search engine. For Google it is human rights vs market share; at least for now. But China is not sitting still on this as evidenced by this mornings little foray, which they may or not have been responsible for.
Looks like Google is going to become (or at least try to become) everything that Apple is in an open source sort of way. After making the mobile OS that […]
2009 was a great year for technophiles. Android OS got me excited about wireless phones, which I’ve always had a strange aversion to. The eBook reader is evolving into something […]
The preview of Google’s upcoming browser based OS named Chrome has created considerable buzz in the tech circles. It is being touted by Google as the next generation OS and […]
After many months of anxious waiting and speculation Google revealed the preview edition of its upcoming Cloud based OS named Chrome. It has created considerable buzz in the industry and […]
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