The latest dev release of Chrome 15 just brought a brand new “New Tab” for Google Chrome. You can see it in the screenshot above.
Google has made multiple interfaces for Most visited, Apps and Bookmarks screens. You can access them all from the bottom of the page, along with a drop-down list of “Recently closed” pages.
After some Katy Perry love for Chromebooks, here is another theme I found that you can run on your Chrome OS.
Central Wave is a free, simple theme for the Chrome OS Chromebooks. It was specially designed to run on the Chrome OS netbooks by the only school-operated radio station in Forsyth County.
Google recently announced the all new, updated Chrome OS and Chromebooks which would just run Chrome OS on them. Basically, it is just the Google Chrome browser running on a netbook/notebook.
You can download Chrome themes for free from the Chrome Web Store, but there are some themes tailored specially for the Chrome OS on Chromebooks.
Google I/O 2011 is going to kick off in less than 2 hours now and we all looking up for all possibilities to catch the event live from the comfort of our home, office etc. Live video stream will be available for Google I/O 2011 live event.
According to Google, this year, I/O 2011 will be their largest Google I/O event and Google has made sure everyone can catch the keynote, exciting announcements from anywhere around the world.
Google I/O 2011 event is today, and is just 2 hours away from starting. Most of you won’t be attending the Google I/O 2011 this year as the tickets for the event were sold out in just 59 minutes. Google made sure, that everyone, everywhere gets to watch live video streaming of Google I/O 2011 from the comfort of their home, office etc.
Google Chrome 11 has got a new logo in the latest development build. Now it’s not known if Google will actually push the new logo till the Chrome 11 stable release or not.
The new Chrome 11 logo is much more simple and is flat as compared to the previous Chrome logo.
I just wrote on how to get the old Facebook photo viewer back, but that was not a permanent solution to fix it. You would have to do it every time you open a new photo album.
Like I mentioned, it wouldn’t take long for a developer to come out with an add-on or script for Greasemonkey that fixes this – permanently for now. A little Googling helped me find the perfect, permanent solution.
Chrome introduced the Chrome Webstore and Apps support for Google Chrome yesterday at the Google Chrome OS event in San Francisco.
Installing apps in Google Chrome hardly takes 5 seconds, and same is the case when uninstalling apps you don’t want in your Chrome browser.
Chrome OS just got announced along with the Chrome netbook that does nothing but the pure web experience right inside of the Chrome browser.
The Chrome OS event is live right now and going through the Q&A session.