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 →
0 

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 →
0 

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 →
0 

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 →
0 

Chrome browser updated to version 29, brings improvements to Omnibox

By on August 21, 2013 at 12:44 PM.

Chrome browser updated to version 29, brings improvements to Omnibox

Google has rolled out a small yet useful update on Chrome browser for Mac, Android and PC. This update basically features an improved Omnibox suggestions and interface, along with some new APIs to Chrome. More →
0 

Google Chrome APIs can now access one’s iTunes library: Report

By on June 12, 2013 at 11:55 AM.

Google Chrome APIs can now access one’s iTunes library: Report

Developers can make Google Chrome apps access a user’s multimedia content like music, videos and images off the computer using mediaGalleries APIs. Now, Google is believed to be extending this support of media content to iTunes libraries, Gigaom reports. More →
0 

Google updates Chrome on Android and iOS devices, adds new features and improves security

By on March 5, 2013 at 11:07 AM.

Google updates Chrome on Android and iOS devices, adds new features and improves security

We reported yesterday about Google allegedly working on releasing Opera’s Turbo-type feature for its Chrome on Android to help speed up Internet browsing. Today, Google has introduced this feature on the Android version of the browser and also updated the iOS version by adding new features and security improvements. More →
1 

New Google Chrome Beta brings voice commands to the table

By on January 15, 2013 at 2:22 PM.

New Google Chrome Beta brings voice commands to the table

Google has released the beta build of Chrome 25, which adds voice commands to the web browser, which will allow users to use voice to browser through the web, including web apps. Users can test this feature here. More →
0