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PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 20, 2014
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... Former Giants Firefox has seen its popularity as a browser slide considerably in recent years with the emergence of Google Chrome as a competitor in 2008. Once the second-most popular browser after Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox now ranks behind both IE and Chrome for desktop machines, and sits in ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 14, 2014
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...of the distinctions between apps and content. Previous versions of Android offered ways to scroll through open apps to pick which goes to the foreground. Now, individual tabs in the Chrome browser and individual documents in Google Docs appear separately, so you can go straight to your content without having to go to that app first. Other app developers will ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 10, 2014
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...the key features of Firefox Developer Edition is Valence (previously known as Firefox Tools Adapter), which "brings Firefox developer tools to browsers on all the mobile platforms: Safari on iOS, Chrome on Android and, of course, Firefox OS," Camp said. Currently billed as an "experimental add-on," Valence is designed to help developers create and debug apps across multiple browsers and ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 9, 2014
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...that are compatible with Google Chromecast The Nexus Player didn't show up as a device on the Google Chromecast app on my Android smartphone, but load a Chromecastcompatible app such as WatchESPN on a tablet or smartphone (or the Chrome Internet browser) and it will be able to display on a big screen. Consumers ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 7, 2014
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...plan on using Inbox as my primary email app because it is better at searching through emails. Inbox is available on Apple and Android phones and Google's Chrome browser on traditional computers. The free app is technically by invite only, but it didn't take long to get mine at http://inbox.google.com. You need a Gmail account to use ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 6, 2014
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A new extension for Google's Chrome Web browser lets users open Google Drive files directly in programs on their computers. It's the latest among many attempts by the tech giant to interconnect locally installed programs ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 4, 2014
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...from recirculating back into the notebook. The HP Omen is lightweight (4.68 pounds) and thin (19.9mm), making it portable enough to take to gaming marathons. A custom chrome hinge works to raise the display above the hot exhaust air. All the ports are on the back of the PC, making more room for the mouse and accessories. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 3, 2014
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...begin watching a movie on TV and then finish watching it on a tablet while lying in bed. Sundar Pichai, Google's senior vice president for Android, Chrome and Apps, noted in a blog post last month that Google has "always introduced Nexus devices alongside our platform releases. Rather than creating software in the abstract, we work ...
PUBLISHED: OCTOBER 31, 2014
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...departure comes at a volatile time at Google. Last week Google CEO Larry Page transferred leadership of several core Google product areas to Sundar Pichai, who was responsible for Android, Chrome and Google Apps. Pichai took over Android operations in place of Rubin. The shift is raising questions about why Rubin would leave the company so soon ...
PUBLISHED: OCTOBER 30, 2014
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...information -- therefore, making Chrome easier to use makes that information more plentiful and accessible. The new extension is currently only available for the desktop version of Chrome There's no word so far about plans to migrate it to Chrome for Android. ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Using Internet-connected devices without strong passwords is inherently risky, as illustrated by reports that a Russian Web site is showing live footage from thousands of people's webcams.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
The U.S. Department of Energy has chosen IBM, Nvidia and Mellanox to help it build supercomputers that are many times faster than the most advanced computing systems available today.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
Not everyone loves smartphone encryption. But can it be fatal? A Justice Department official reportedly warned Apple executives that strong encryption could lead to a kidnapped child's death.

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