When we use Google's Chrome browser and, for some reason, it cannot connect to the Internet, a warning message appears along with a picture of a small dinosaur. If you are a regular user of Chrome, you have probably already seen it, but there is something you surely do not know: That dinosaur is also the protagonist of a secret game hidden in the browser!
Google presents a desktop sharing tool for ChromeGoogle is not reinventing the wheel with this tool that allows you to connect any two computers together using the Chrome browser. However, integrating this remote desktop functionality into a Google product might be welcomed by some users who do not trust other providers that already offer the service.
Google says Chrome will only be incorporated into laptops for the time being Google will keep its Chrome operating system oriented towards laptops and, according to a senior executive, there are no immediate plans for the new operating system to be available on tablets or to be released. Merge with your popular Android smartphone software.
Google Chrome gains ground over Internet Explorer Recent market share statistics bring good news and bad news for Microsoft. The company has seen its Internet Explorer browser lose more ground, apparently in favor of Google Desktop and Chrome, while its Windows 7 operating system has quickly gained market acceptance.