Yep – your favourite fast light browser is now on Ipad and Iphone. It is great to have a mainstream alternative to Safari when using Apple devices. So far I have found it fast and reliable – just head to the Apple store and download – you will be up and running in seconds.
Quite literally – the “infinite digital bookcase” which Google are using to showcase Google books uses a spinning carousel (familiar to students and shoppers of a certain age) to show books held in an infite 3d Helix which you spin to select books to look at. You need to be using Google Chrome as your […]
The latest incarnation of the Google Chrome browser is fast – really fast and it brings some joy back to browsing again. Get it here and see for yourself what this free browser for XP, Vista and Windows 7 has to offer. To me its simplicity and speed (and reliability) have a a lot to […]
Another About: option for Chrome I’d heard about was about:internets. Allegedly this shows an Easter Egg from the development team. However I suspect its either over subscribed or disabled because trying this today gives a blank screen and best of all – a tab entitled “The Tubes are Clogged!” Which strikes a chord since I […]
Chrome had a hectic first day – especially with reports of exploits. However there are more goodies and interesting features to play with in this speed demon. Lets look at the about: features – that you get when you type about: and one of the flags into the address bar. Among the “about” features: • […]
Well without too much fanfare the new open source browser from Google has burst on the scene. First impressions – it breathes some life back into browsing and at a rate of knots. Its good to feel that surfing can still be fun and fast again. Its obvious that Google have borrowed from the other […]