With the steadily rising popularity of Chrome, the long expected overtake of Internet Explorer by Google Chrome has finally happened last week, according to the data from StatCounter. These statistics also show the slight downfall of Mozilla Firefox, once the second most popular browser in the world.
These statistics are only according to one source, but there is no doubt that Chrome is rapidly gaining market share.
Do you frequently browse long webpages? Whether it’s an encyclopedia article, blog post, or essay, long web pages can be difficult to scroll through, particularly if you’re looking for a specific section.
Some sites, like Wikipedia, provide a table of contents to easily navigate to different sections, but most websites don’t. Furthermore, the table of contents only shows up at the beginning so returning to it requires more scrolling.
Here is an extension for Google Chrome and Firefox to help navigate long web pages.
Do you frequently listen to music using services like YouTube, Google Music, or Pandora? If so, wouldn’t it be great to be able to control the music playback from these sites without actually having to switch to its tab?
Here is an extension for Google Chrome users.
After numerous rumors and leaks, Google has officially launched Google Drive, the successor to Google Docs. It is a direct competitor to Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive, offering 5 GB of free storage to all users.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to use Google Maps on your NES (Nintendo Entertainment System)?
Thanks to the work of a bunch of Google engineers, you now can. According to a new blog post from the Google Maps team, Google is planning to release a new NES catridge which contains an 8-bit version of Google Maps, complete with a dial up connection to connect to the internet.
Ever come across a YouTube video that you want to watch or listen to over and over? Whether its a catchy song or a hilarious clip, everyone has come across a video that they want to press Replay over and over.
Here are 3 different methods to infinitely loop YouTube videos.
Do you need to hide your current Google Chrome tab in a hurry without closing it? Are you on Facebook when you’re not supposed to be?
With a simple extension called Disguised Tabs, you can now hide and disguise your tab with one easy keyboard shortcut.