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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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