Tag Archive: Chrome

Apr 07 2014

Google Chrome Is The King Of Internet Browsers

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Google Chrome has done very well for itself in a short period of time. Chrome is a modern browser that was built on existing technologies with the concept of streamlining and improving web browsing, performance, but at the same time having the highest level of security. Chrome has been able to do this fairly easily. …

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Dec 21 2012

You should try voice recognition – for free with Google’s Chrome

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If you haven’t tried speech recognition yet, you should really try to take a chance and go with it. The most common speech recognition software is dragon naturally speaking, but with tools like speech recognition from Google, after offering their services through a Chrome web browser.  Everyone can have access to speech recognition. Testing it …

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Dec 12 2012

Learn New Words With Google And Voice-Recognition

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Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re reading an article and the article that you’re reading has this fancy word in it; a word you never seen before and don’t exactly know the definition? Some people might know better to go to a website that has an online dictionary and to look …

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Aug 30 2012

To Block or not to Block: The Case Against and For Adblock

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There are relatively few single-sided issue in this world. No matter how convinced you are of how right your particular conviction is, it won’t take long to found someone believes equally and oppositely. But there’s one area that we all seem to agree on: Everybody hates adverts. And in the vast hate pyramid of adverts …

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Jul 13 2012

Adobe Flash crashes Dragon NaturallySpeaking

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I recently ran into a situation with Internet Explorer and Firefox, on how it uses Adobe Flash. Apparently, Adobe Flash has created a conflict between it and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11. Leave it to Adobe to create such a conflict from something so stupid as flash and interrupting the ability to do voice-recognition. I found the …

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Feb 09 2012

Internet Explorer continues glorious usage decline

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The days of Internet Explorer are slowly coming to an end, and any influence Internet Explorer might have had over the market place, or over the Internet, are damn near over. Seeing how Microsoft is able to maintain what grasp they have with the corporate world and their integration with the operating system, I don’t …

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Jan 04 2012

Google’s Chrome Continues To Blaze A Trail

I remember when I wrote an article about the very progressive climb of Chrome; how version 28 was coming in just 2 years. I continue to be impressed with the level of performance of Chrome and how well, it’s done in such a short time. And we still have time to see if v28 of …

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Oct 06 2011

Adobe releases a 64 bit version of Flash- as Flash is going out…

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I was checking out the blog for Adobe and… oh, wha-la! I saw this… http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/2011/10/adobe-flash-player-11-air-11-available-later-today.html I was looking at this and thinking; oh, good. Just as Adobe Flash is about to go the way of the dodo bird. With everything moving in the direction of HTML5, it makes perfect sense for Adobe to keep pushing …

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Oct 05 2011

Hanging out with Google+ Hangouts

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As a lot of users have, I’ve been messing around with Google+ and all the little features it offers, and I have to say I really like the Google+ Hangouts, but it’s not without some issues, but being able to easily and quickly do a video chat with someone is awesome. Even having chats with …

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Sep 15 2011

So, Google’s Chrome is going to sole supporter of Adobe Flash?

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When Apple announced that it wasn’t going to support Adobe flash with its mobile devices, the world was stunned. How could something so popular not support Adobe flash? Then, it was a bold move… in another bold move, Microsoft has announced that Internet Explorer 10 will not allow any plug-ins— at all. This means Adobe …

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