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Tag: Chrome

Selfsurfing Lets You Watch a Guy Browse the Web: The Exact Opposite of Private Browsing

Selfsurfing Lets You Watch a Guy Browse the Web: The Exact Opposite of Private Browsing
Online privacy is a constant issue nowadays, and with good reason. Lots of companies and organizations are raring to gather and analyze the data we produce for profit or knowledge. But Jonas Lund doesn’t seem to care about that.

Xi3 ChromiumPC Runs Chrome OS in a Tiny Box

Xi3 ChromiumPC Runs Chrome OS in a Tiny Box
From some reason, I like small desktop computers, not that I have one, but I find the concept useful and want to have them everywhere so that I can slave them into some kind of personal mini-botnet.

Google Chromebooks for $20/Month: Revolutionary, or Just Financing?

Google Chromebooks for $20/Month: Revolutionary, or Just Financing?
Google just announced something that’s been rumored for a few weeks. They’re going to be releasing a paid subscription model for their Chromebooks, which are laptop computers from Samsung and Acer loaded with the Chrome OS.

Google Chrome to Kill the URL Bar?

Google Chrome to Kill the URL Bar?
Well, not really, but it looks like our overlords at Google are thinking about eliminating it in at least one browsing mode in their Chrome browser. The thinking behind this is to shave some pixels off the height of the non-browsing parts of the browser.

Google Destroys Its Own Chrome Notebooks – to Prove a Point

Google Destroys Its Own Chrome Notebooks – to Prove a Point
So if you’ve been paying attention at all to the news this week, Google revealed their first Chrome-based notebook computer. It’s the first mainstream PC to shy away from local application and document storage – moving as much as possible into the cloud.

Web Browsers Illustrated

Web Browsers Illustrated
Caldwell Tanner is a cartoonist for College Humor and he made this great little cartoon comparing the different browsers to their equivalent modes of transportation… I found this hilarious, especially when I saw what he chose to represent Firefox.

Xcm Cyberchrome Case Gives Your PS3 Slim a Silvery Sheen

Xcm Cyberchrome Case Gives Your PS3 Slim a Silvery Sheen
It was only a matter of time before people got bored with the plain old black plastic shell on the exterior of the Sony PS3 Slim. I knew we could count on the guys over at XCM to come up with a sexy exterior upgrade for the PS3’s  dull stock black case.

LG Serie 1 Retro Classic Tv: Everything Old is New Again

LG Serie 1 Retro Classic Tv: Everything Old is New Again
So now that you’ve bought that brand new 60-inch 3D capable 1-inch thick LED/LCD television for your living room, what’s next? Looks like the guys at LG are going back to the future with their latest TV.

Incase Chrome Slider iPhone Cases Almost Double as Flash

Incase Chrome Slider iPhone Cases Almost Double as Flash
While the beamer case has a built-in flash, Incase’s Chrome Slider Cases are just plain flashy and will definitely pimp out your phone, no batteries needed. So shiny! I wonder if they’ll get smudged by fingerprints and stuff.

Google Chrome Os Download, Almost Exactly the Same as the Browser

Google Chrome Os Download, Almost Exactly the Same as the Browser
Curious and/or impatient techies! An early developer build of Google (Google’s?) Chrome OS – which was just formally announced – has been unleashed on the Internet for those who want to take an early early early peek at what I like to call the BrOSer.

Hand Grenade Xmas Ornaments: O Holy Hand Grenade

Hand Grenade Xmas Ornaments: O Holy Hand Grenade
I know, I know. Halloween isn’t even here yet and I’m talking about Christmas already. But when I saw these new ornaments over on Suck UK‘s site today, I had to mention them.

Download a Very Early Build of Google’S Chrome Browser for Intel Macs

Download a Very Early Build of Google’S Chrome Browser for Intel Macs
A blogger/developer has compiled a very very early build of Google’s browser, Chrome that runs on a Mac. I tested it myself a couple of days ago and it’s fast alright. It’s so fast that it left most of a browser’s functions at Google’s labs: plug-ins don’t work so it can’t play Flash videos.

Dear Edi Lamp Revamps Edison’S Classic Lightbulb

Dear Edi Lamp Revamps Edison’S Classic Lightbulb
This modern, minimal lighting fixture from designer David Abad takes queues from a traditional incandescent lightbulb, but the resemblance is only skin deep. Created for Spain’s DAB Light Works, the bulb-shaped Dear Edi (a nod to Thomas Edison) lamp is actually made from metal, not glass.

Chrome Joypad is a Shiny Fingerprint Magnet

Chrome Joypad is a Shiny Fingerprint Magnet
I don’t care how much I have to buff my oily prints off of this chrome joypad. I want one. I can’t believe in all of the years that game controllers have been made that nobody has thought to make one before.

Give Your PS3 a Chrome Facelift

Give Your PS3 a Chrome Facelift
Looking for an easy way to give your Playstation 3 a cool new look? This add-on cover plate lets you put a shiny new face on your gloss black PS3. XCM’s Smart Face Plate snaps onto the top of your PS3, giving it a new facade without major surgery.

Xbox 360 Chrome Case Adds Hdmi

Xbox 360 Chrome Case Adds Hdmi
A while back, I showed you guys a cool metallic shell for the Xbox 360, but as is the issue with many of these replacement shells, there’s no way to use it with the newer 360 Premium or Elite models which have an HDMI port.