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Google's Web Lab (Beta) aims to tie together the physical and digital realms.
Google and Samsung have unveiled an upgraded Chromebook alongside a nettop-like Chromebox.
Google store opens in London to sell Chrome OS laptops.
Google Instant Page pre-loads top pages in your search results when it thinks you'll click on them.
Google has announced that its Chrome browser now has 160 million users worldwide.
Slow speed warnings to be issued for slow add-ons, and top apps to be benchmarked.
Firefox 4 downloads trounce those of Internet Explorer 9.
The next big overhaul of Mozilla's popular Firefox, launches on 22nd March.
The final beta of Firefox 4 promises over 7,000 bug fixes since the last beta release.
Claims IE9's test results are misleading, as the tests were made by Microsoft.
Browser sync service Xmarks is fighting to keep going, looking to its users for help.
The next edition of Ubuntu Linux could ship with Google's Chrome as its default browser, rather than Firefox.
The NX90JQ series notebook is a marvel of polished aluminium, but it's half a yard wide.
The Mozilla Foundation has released a public beta of Firefox 3.6.4, designed to minimise crashing.
Enterprising hackers have ported the Chromium browser - based around Google's Chrome - to Nokia's flagship N900 smartphone running Maemo Linux.
Google has ported a multiplayer-capable version of Quake 2 to browsers to show off HTML5.
Google has announced it is to officially drop support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 in its YouTube video streaming service from March this year.
Google Gears, the search giant's offline caching technology, is being redeveloped using the HTML 5 specification - potentially making it easier for third parties to implement.
Manufacturers are lining up to create netbooks running Google's operating systems, but the market is split as to which to support: Chrome or Android.
Google has announced that it is to pay security researchers $500 per bug found in the Chrome or Chromium codebase - rising to $1,337 if the bug is particularly vexing.
The Mozilla Foundation has officially released Firefox 3.6, and there are some impressive new features both in the front-end and under the hood.
Google's Chrome has officially become the third most popular browser in the world, beating Apple's rival Safari browser into fourth place in December 2009.
Google's Chrome web-browser has finally reached public beta status on Linux and Mac-based systems - offering an official alternative to the open-source Chromium fork.
A list of compatible hardware has been released for Chromium OS, the open-source version of Google's cloud-based Chrome OS.
Google's netbook-oriented operating system, Chrome OS, has enjoyed an official launch event - and while it won't be shipping until next year, the code is already available.
Google has taken the wraps off an augmented HTTP system which promises to halve the loading times of web pages - SPDY.
Rumours claim un-named Chinese manufacturers are set to launch netbooks based on the MIPS architecture and running Google's Chrome OS by the end of the month.
Google has launched a plugin for Internet Explorer - Chrome Frame - which allows IE to use the Chrome rendering engine, and Microsoft isn't happy.
Google recently announced it will enter the operating system market with Chrome OS, which will be based heavily around its Chrome browser. We look at what Google and the many commentators said, and put forward some ideas of of our own as to where we think the OS is heading.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has stated that his company is "confused" by Google's approach to the OS market, accusing the company of offering "two client operating systems."
The annoucement of a PC-based operating system by Google yesterday may lead to Eric Schmidt's departure from Apple's board of directors under competition law.
Google has just announced that it will be developing an operating system of it's own, scheduled for use on netbooks by 2010.
Western games are few and far between these days, so it's a welcome delight to see Call of Juarez get a prequel. The only question is whether or not Bound in Blood is any better than the first game - we take a look at Ubisoft's low-down, dirty, rotten cowboy shooter to find out.
Google's open source Chrome web browser has finally received true support for user-created extensions to modify the functionality and user interface.
Researchers at IFAM in Germany create a new thermal material for cooling silicon by adding diamond powder to copper.