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.
The wait is about to over. Google Now is coming soon to Chrome and iOS platforms.
Acer has launched an upgraded version of its popular C7 Chromebook. The new C710-2055 model has 4GB RAM and 6-cell battery.
Opera Software today announced to adopt WebKit rendering engine used in Apple’s Safari, Google Chrome and several other leading mobile and desktop browsers.
Adobe today released Flash Player 11.6 for Windows and Mac platforms. The Flash Player 11.6, codenamed ‘Folsom’, contains several bug fixes and performance improvements.
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.
Starting with Firefox 21, Firefox would prompt users to fix various possible issues affecting the startup time of Firefox.
We don’t have any idea if the Chromebook Pixel is a real project of Google, but Beaufort guesses that this Chromebook may be the next ChromeOS device from Google.
Download the latest version of offline installer of Google Drive Windows Application, and use the same file to install on multiple computers easily.