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Chrome 25 and the voice activation

Not only is Chrome 26 Beta released, Chrome 25 is available now and among
some security hole fixes, there are some new additions available of which the
ability to control the Browser using your voice is one of the most spectacular
ones. Available for all major OSses, Chrome 25 can now be downloaded.

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February 22, 2013Netspark No Comments »
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Hooray… Chrome 24 is on the go! *sigh*

So Chrome goes into the 24th round now. While in earlier times, the minor
number has changed even it the list of improvements was long, it seems that
the trend tends to changing the major release instead. If you think, IE10 or
Opera 12 are now grampys in the browser world, you’re wrong!

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January 11, 2013Netspark No Comments »
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Google Chrome 20 released!

Chrome 20 has just been released but for those, expecting a big new release of
Google’s browser will be disappointed… probably. Because the usual numbering
of small releases (and I consider 23 bugfixes as such) is a minor number upgrade.
Such as Firefox being at 13.0.1 right now. But there’s good stuff, also inside.

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June 27, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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Firefox goes 9… and goes Tablet!

Okay, Mozilla Firefox is currently known to be the second Google Chrome
concerning release speed of major releases… While I have just posted that
Firefox 7 is released and 8 is currently in beta status, Mozilla seems to work
on the next version also. The new things? Tablet support! Sounds great!

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October 5, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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Google Chrome 13 with Pre-Rendering

Google is about to code the next major version of its famous browser. A new
feature of it’s website redering engine is “Pre-Rendering”. But what does it mean?
Google describes it as following:  “The browser keeps rendering pages in the
background as it thinks the user might view it as next browsing target”

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August 3, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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