With Packaged Apps, Google is creating a new ecosystem for the developers around Chrome OS, similar to Google Play and App Store.
We missed posting latest news and updates throughout this month, but thankfully, we are back in action! Here are some important news related to browsers and web technologies published elsewhere.
According to the Adobe, this unscheduled release fixes two highly critical vulnerabilities (CVE-2013-0633 and CVE-2013-0634) being exploited in the wild, and potentially affecting users of Windows and Mac.
Enable Do-Not-Track (DNT HTTP Header) in popular browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera.
Google recently discovered fake digital certificates for the google.com domain name, which were issued by TurkTrust, a Turkish certificate authority. Google, Mozilla and other browser vendors have now blocked these certificates to save users from the possible man-in-the-middle attacks.
Let’s take a look on the top three trending products predicted for 2013: Chromebooks, FirefoxOS and Opera with Turbo for Android.
A very interesting feature coming soon to Google Chrome is the “Password Generation”, which would suggest strong passwords to the users on signup pages.
Chrome team is working on a new feature “Managed Users” which will enable creation of less-privileged user accounts.
HTTP Pipelining is not a new thing. It is there for long, but unfortunately it is disabled by default in all major browsers including Firefox and Chrome.