Category Archives: Google Chrome

TabCopy: un’estensione per Chrome per non perdere più nemmeno una tab del browser

Di norma, ho tante finestre aperte dei vari browser (Chrome e Firefox, principalmente) e ciascuna contiene numerose tab. Quando dico tante, intendo proprio tante. A parte usare già alcuni session manager (in particolare Tab Session Manager per Chrome, sono sempre … Continue reading

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TabCopy Chrome extension: never again lose (all) those tabs!

I keep a lot of browser tabs and windows opened at once. I mean a lot. Be it Firefox, Chrome (on both PC and Mac), I always have some one-to-two hundred browser tabs opened. I read too many things and … Continue reading

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A secret text adventure game is hidden into Google Chrome – and it’s compelling!

Fancy a nice old-style text-adventure game? Look no further than Google! It’s quite simple, all you need is Google Chrome (updated). Type in search box “Text adventure” then open the developer console with: CTRL-SHIFT-I if you’re a PC user, CMD-Option-I … Continue reading

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April Fool’s Day 2015: Google introduces #ChromeSelfie

Early today, Google Chrome users found this unusual new feature… Google introduces #ChromeSelfie to Chrome users: the ultimate social mood sharing tool! Have you ever read an article that made your jaw drop or seen a funny clip that made … Continue reading

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Nexus 7: Google’s 7″ tablet, available now from $199

Google just announced the brand new Nexus 7: an Android tablet which will face fierce competition from both Android-alikes and iOS-newcomers (iPad-mini?). Here are some features: powered by quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor (which integrates a 12-core GPU), 1 GB … Continue reading

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Browser war: IE7 will not show Facebook Timeline

Another episode in the Browsers war saga. ZDNet reports that Facebook may be phasing out support to Internet Explorer 7 for its latest Timeline. It’s not just that IE7 is aging, 5 years at least, it’s that the Timeline requires … Continue reading

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How much is worth Mozilla browsers loyalty to Google? $300 million per year!

Yes, the browser war is still on – more than ever. Google’s the default search engine for most of us, and it is for most Firefox users. Anyway, there’s no free meal in this world so, if you ever asked … Continue reading

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The very latest Google trick for Xmas time? “Let it snow” – literally!

Google tricks and pranks are well-known and sought-after. Now that is almost Christmas time and Santa is coming (to town), all we need is snowflakes falling! Fire up Google, type Let it snow and… snowflakes falling all around! After a … Continue reading

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Google Gravity: a JQuery great falling experience with Google – and your browser too!

MrDoob – a spanish guy that calls himself a “non-creative award-losing junior developer” has created a pretty good HTML5 + JQuery page that may look like Google’s home page but… Google Gravity is one project among several others that show … Continue reading

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Gmail’s new People widget: useful, smart and contextual information from your contacts.

Ok, I might be late! I just noticed today the Gmail’s brand-new People Widget and found it really useful! You can communicate with individual contacts easily through the people widget, or just use it to find basic information. Simply click … Continue reading

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