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PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 18, 2014
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...has made their device much more sluggish. "I wish I had never upgraded to 5.0 Lollipop," reader gypsysolnm wrote. "This is the worst upgrade ever. Facebook, Chrome Gmail, my gallery and several other apps don't work properly. They close or just crash. My tablet is almost unusable." Reader JR concurred. "With Lollipop upgrade, ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 8, 2014
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...Microsoft fees. Other updates include beta support on Google's cloud-based Compute Engine for users of Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter Edition, and free availability of the Chrome RDP app from Fusion Labs. In today's blog post, Google Product Manager Martin Buhr said the company would also be adding support "soon" for Windows Server 2012 and 2012 ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 2, 2014
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...and out. Key among the exterior cues is a massive flat grille that spans nearly the entire width of the car's nose. It's highlighted by six horizontal chrome bars and Audi's four-rings logo prominently displayed in the middle. Thin trapezoidal headlights squint out from either side of it. The coupe's roofline descends slowly toward ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 1, 2014
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...pharmaceutical drugs to be distributed through its marketing network. Yet it is far and away the leader in online search and owns other widely used services such as Android and Chrome "Until a company does something that personally impacts the consumer, this kind of bad behavior will only influence the decisions of customers for whom these are ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 26, 2014
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...a few unknowns that could impact the overall tablet market, according to IDC. Those are: how the industry reacts to Windows 10; Google’s moves in this space with Android and Chrome OS; and Apple's rumored product line expansion. Even in the face of these unknowns, consumers are likely to hold onto tablets longer than smartphones, IDC said. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 21, 2014
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...with this latest release. A post on MacRumors, for example, noted that the new update appeared to cause crashes of the most recent version of Google's Chrome browser, adding that the issue seemed "related to the trackpad" and did not arise when an external mouse was used. Users with Retina iMacs were also reported to be ...
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 ...
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