Google rolls out “Ok Google” voice search feature for Chrome users

By on May 23, 2014 at 12:47 PM.

Google rolls out “Ok Google” voice search feature for Chrome users

Google has started rolling out a Chrome update that brings "OK Google" voice search across the desktop browser and in Chrome OS. The company has posted on Google+ that users must try out the voice search feature addition in Chrome browser and OS to enhance their experience. Google had introduced the feature in its Chrome Beta in February, and has finally now launched it for all the users. More →
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Google unveils next-generation Intel powered Chromebooks

By on May 7, 2014 at 1:01 PM.

Google unveils next-generation Intel powered Chromebooks

Another wave of laptop computers running on Google's Chrome operating system will be hitting stores this summer in the latest challenge to Microsoft's dominant Windows franchise. The latest line of Chromebooks unveiled today run on a new generation of Intel microprocessors. The machines will be shipped by major personal computer makers such as Lenovo Group, Acer, Dell, ASUS and Toshiba. They will sell for $300 to $400. More →
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Lenovo N20 and N20p Chromebooks launched

By on May 6, 2014 at 3:40 PM.

Lenovo N20 and N20p Chromebooks launched

The world's largest PC maker has taken the wraps off two new notebooks that ignore Microsoft in favor of Google's lightweight virus-free operating system, Google Chrome OS. Neither the N20 nor the N20p are going to be giving IBM's Watson supercomputer a run for its money any time soon in terms of speed or power. More →
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Apple put iOS users at risk by launching iOS 7.1.1 three weeks late

By on April 25, 2014 at 5:31 PM.

Apple put iOS users at risk by launching iOS 7.1.1 three weeks late

Apple reportedly left its  users at risk with a three-week delay in handling security threats. A former Apple security engineer Kristin Paget pointed out many vulnerabilities and criticized her former employer’s software patching that put the users’ security at risk. More →
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How to ensure you don’t see Game of Throne spoilers on the Internet

By on April 16, 2014 at 4:06 PM.

How to ensure you don’t see Game of Throne spoilers on the Internet

The popular TV series Game of Thrones is "trending" around the world. People love to watch it, people love to illegally download it, and people love to talk about it. So much so, that the slightest of a change in the plot doesn't let people contain their excitement, and hence they end up tweeting about it or sharing the "Breaking News" on Facebook. Now, while that might not worry those who have just watched the particular episode, but those mere souls who couldn't watch it get their excitement killed, thanks to the revealing stories shared on social media. While you cannot stop your friends from talking about those, you can always use Silencer. Unlike what you George R.R. Martin's fans would think, it's not an attachment on firearms that help reduce the noise, it's instead a plug-in for Google Chrome that will block specific posts on Facebook and Twitter, Wired reports. More →
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Popular web browsers face threat of mischievous attacks

By on February 16, 2014 at 11:20 AM.

Popular web browsers face threat of mischievous attacks

Multiple vulnerabilities have been detected in popular web browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox and cyber security sleuths have advised Internet users in the Indian cyberspace to guard against arbitrary activities on their systems. More →
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Google Chrome browser gets voice search and voice action support

By on November 28, 2013 at 4:24 PM.

Google Chrome browser gets voice search and voice action support

Google has now introduced a voice-based search on Chrome which will allow a user to not just search but also get directions, send messages, and perform other common tasks. The voice search can also be used to find information about the people in your Google Contacts list, such as their age, birthday, phone number or mailing address. This feature was recently introduced on Google Search for Android to support voice commands for sending text messages and mails through Google Now. More →
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Google Chrome update introduces stricter malware blocker and a factory-reset button

By on November 6, 2013 at 11:18 AM.

Google Chrome update introduces stricter malware blocker and a factory-reset button

Google has upped the security on its Chrome browser to protect against increasing malware on the Internet. Chrome, as you know, already warns you if it feels that the webpage you plan on visiting can harm your computer. Now it is bringing these warnings to the Downloads section, along with a factory-reset button, in case you end up being exposed to a malware. More →
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