by Manuj - Wednesday, September 01, 2010
Google Chrome now monitoring site uptime status? This is something new. Rudefox has reported that Google Chrome showed him a message informing that the site.
by MG Siegler - Wednesday, September 01, 2010
You hit a site; it's down. You immediately reload; it's still down. You start to freak out. How the hell are they down again!? Is anyone in charge over there?! WTF?! But quite often, it's just you. And you look like an ass for your rant ...
CNET (blog) - Wednesday, September 01, 2010
If you don't want to use google chrome, then use Safari. Anyways, this music video is really incredible. Crazy, and unique stuff like this rocks. by ...
Arcade Fire and Google Chrome team up for an emotional cross promotion - CultureMap
Arcade Fire teams with Google for interactive video - SoundSpike
Arcade Fire, Google Create First HTML5-Powered Music Video - PC Magazine
Arcade Fire Teams Up With Google - Robot Celeb (blog)
Google and Arcade Fire Present HTML5 Video Clip - Popsop.com (blog)
The Neatest Thing You'll See Today: An HTML5 Music Video - Wall Street Journal (blog)
FierceCIO - Wednesday, September 01, 2010
Of course, Chrome's sandboxed rendering model means that implementing any form of hardware acceleration in Google is a tad more difficult compared to ...
Google Chrome Looks To the Future, And The Past - Moovin On Up (blog)
Chrome 7 Shows Off Hardware Acceleration, 'Tabpose' - Webmonkey (blog)
Turn On Hardware Graphics Acceleration in Chrome 7 - Lifehacker
IE9, Chrome 7.0 and Firefox 4.0 Hardware Acceleration Evolution - Softpedia
Two more tablet-friendly features on their way to Google Chrome - Downloadsquad (blog)
Google Confirms Chrome 7 GPU Acceleration - ConceivablyTech (blog)