Opera’s desktop team today announced three release channels for the upcoming ‘Chromium Powered’ Opera browser for desktop platforms. Opera will release three separate builds: Stable, Next and Developer.
Users can add web pages in their stash queue by clicking on the heart icon in the address bar. On stashing a web page, Opera takes screenshot of the visible area and adds it to the stash queue.
Google has decided to kill popular Chrome app Scratchpad, and asking users to migrate to the recently launched Google Keep.
With Packaged Apps, Google is creating a new ecosystem for the developers around Chrome OS, similar to Google Play and App Store.
The latest Canary build of Google Chrome has officially got Google’s recently announced Blink rendering engine.
Google has announced a new browser rendering engine based on WebKit. This rendering engine, named Blink, would power future version of Chromium, Chrome, ChromeOS and Opera.
Chrome for Android has updated to the version # 26 with many important features including Autofill and Password Sync.