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Google Chrome 5
Google introduced Chrome bookmark sync for the last year, which allows you to store your bookmarks in Chrome cloud and access them from any computer running Chrome. The latest beta version of Chrome expands the synchronization capabilities of the browser to include synchronization for visual themes, home page and startup parameters, the parameters of Web content, and language.
To begin synchronizing expanded beta of Chrome, click the key icon at the far right corner of your browser and select “Set Up Sync. Just log into your Google account through the pop-up window that appears, Chrome and save all your settings to your Google Docs account.
Chrome Incognito Mode allows you to surf the web without saving your browsing or search history and blocks cookies from the website. Incognito mode but also prevents any of your extensions to run Chrome in Incognito window. Chrome beta 5 now allows you to use your extensions in incognito mode, but you’ll have to reactivate them.
The programming standard for Web pages may not be officially ready yet, but this has not prevented Google from implementing some of its exciting new features. Google Chrome Beta 5 introduces file drag and drop capabilities, location-based (as functions of Google MyLocation), and caching of offline application (Google Gears replacement). The new beta version of Chrome has also taken Web, making it easier and faster for web based applications to communicate with their host servers.
Just open Chrome beta 5 and start watching online videos from YouTube, Hulu, and Megavideo. Google says Chrome will integrate with Flash safer for users, and all updates will be delivered via Flash Player function automatic update of Chrome.
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Google I/O 2009 – Google’s HTML 5 Work: What’s Next? Matthew Papakipos Learn about new features in HTML 5 that enhance and enrich the web experience. Learn about new features in HTML 5, how they’ll be supported in Chrome, and our latest plans for new functionality. The web browser is quickly evolving into a rich platform with access to all the capabilities that your computer has to offer. This talk will help you understand what is possible and how to write applications that use the latest APIs. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html
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At Google IO 19/05/10, it is revealed that soon the general public will be able to access rich 3D content in modern browsers with HTML5. Here we see Unity Technologies’ 3D Lego Star Wars – The Quest for R2-D2, first easily purchased from the upcoming webstore, and then running seamlessly in Chrome on top of Google’s open source Native Client.
Brian Kennish, a developer advocate for Google Chrome presents how to build an extension for Google Chrome. To learn more visit code.google.com/chrome/extensions.
As HTML5 evolves, so does the power and flexibility of web apps as they start to rival many of the features that were once only available to nat… More >>
Google declares Chrome stable for Mac, Linux
It took a year, but the long-awaited stable version of Chrome for Mac and Linux comes as Google upgrades the stable branch of the browser to version 5, which includes several HTML5-based features.
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