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Tap The Dinosaur is an addicting game, hidden within the Chrome Beta app

Google is bringing us another cool Easter egg which we call Tap the Dinosaur. This time around it is embedded within the Chrome beta Android and desktop apps. While you may have already heard about it in the past couple of months, we're sure that some have not. This game is Google's way to keep you entertained ...

‘Answers In Suggest’ flag answers your questions on the fly on Chrome

One of the coolest features that Chrome has but not everyone knows about is under the flags section. Everyone knows how to Google, right? You type in your question, click 'Enter' and you get your answer. How about getting that answer while you're typing it. This is a feature called 'Answers In suggest.' As ...

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Google Cloud Print now allows you to print to your Android device

Google Cloud Print, Google's solution to printing from their Chrome OS now has an option that allows you to print to your Android device. In order to send something to your Android device from Cloud Print, you will need to be running Android 4.0 and have Chrome for Android installed. Once installed and signed in, ...

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Chrome for Android app updated with 31 new languages, bookmarks and more

Google launched Chrome for Android back in February and it is currently still in beta. That didn't stop the search giant from pushing a brand new update to it adding 31 new languages and a bunch of user-requested features such as: You can now request the desktop version of a website, in case you would rather ...

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Chrome for Android Beta gets updated with bug fixes

Google has just released a new update for its Chrome for Android Beta application. It is now available at the Android Market Google Play store with the new software version 0.16.4301.233. This isn't a major update for the Chrome browser which means that it will just bring the usual bug fixes and "addresse issues ...

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Adobe: Sorry, no Flash Player in Chrome for Android

The Good news that the Android community received today was that Google Chrome was finally available on Android. This was great news because we have been asking for a Chrome browser on our phones and tablets for quite a while. With that good news came some bad news: Chrome for Android does not have any Adobe Flash ...

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Google launches Chrome for Android Beta

The wait for Google's popular Chrome browser to land on Android devices is finally over. Today, Google announced that Chrome for Android beta is now available in the Android Market for some to enjoy. I say some because the browser only works on devices running Google's latest OS, Android 4.0. Chrome for Android ...

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Google TV update for the Sony Blu-ray player now available

Yesterday, the Google TV Team announced that an update for all Sony Google TV devices would be available sometime this week to improve the speed of the Chrome browser, and also to enable 3D Blu-ray content playback. Less than a day after making the announcement, it looks like the update is finally available to ...

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Google Chrome browser will soon be available on Android

One of the biggest mysteries of Android is why the popular Chrome browser isn't available on Android and mobile phones? We still don't know the answer to that question, but we could soon see the popular desktop browser make its way to the Android platform. It looks like an Android-friendly version of Chrome is ...

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In case you missed it, the Chrome keynote video is now available

If you were at work, at school or just busy and you couldn't get to your PC or phone to watch the Chrome keynote at Google I/O this morning, the video has just been made available on YouTube. We also wanted to remind you about the release of the Angry Birds game on Chrome's Web Store today as well as the unveiling ...

Angry Birds available at the Chrome Web Store

Angry Birds for Chrome was announced today at Google I/O by Rovio Mobile during the Chrome OS keynote session. This Chrome version of Angry Birds will include the Mighty Eagle and other special levels which are only available on Chrome. Peter Vesterbacka, Rovio Mobile's CEO, mentioned that they found a way ...

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