Items Tagged with google chrome
#231 / 2011-04-25 12:00:00 / 7:02 min.
In the last episode, we reviewed the Motorola Atrix. A powerful smartphone with a bit of a difference. Now, we take a look at the Webtop accessories that set the Atrix apart. The Lapdock is a small, thin and light laptop-style dock for the Atrix that unlocks full-screen Android on the Lapdock's 11.5-inch screen (with pixel doubling, natch). It's also got a full Firefox web browser, a media interface and... well, that's it. It's a super cool concept and the hardware feels super solid and is nice and light, but there's just too much working against to justify the over $300 price tag. At $60, the HD Multimedia Dock is a more compelling offering, allowing you to easily get your media displaying on your HDTV in full high-def.
#119 / 2011-03-01 17:00:00 / 2:49 min.
Cheryl Poirier picks her top ten Mac downloads of 2010 from among the numerous products she looked at in a full calendar year's worth of shows. She finishes the countdown with numbers one through five of the best Mac software of 2010.
#887 / 2011-02-28 09:30:00 / 1:29 min.
In this tutorial we'll show you a way you can
export your friends' contact informationout of Facebook to either a .csv file or to Gmail. This process involves using a
Google Chrome Extensioncalled
Facebook Friend Exporterbut can be a handy way of fetching your friends' info and putting it into one
#74 / 2010-12-23 12:00:00 / 4:48 min.
Your netbook is lean and mean. It's designed to be light and compact, perfect for keeping you connected when you're on the go. So, today we'll look at five must-have applications that deserve a place on every netbook. Apps like Rocketdock, Skype and Dropbox.
#245 / 2010-10-25 17:00:00 / 20:03 min.
Andy and Sean get their hands on IE9, the new beta web browser from Microsoft. Is it any good? What's new in it? And can the Lab Rats get through a whole demo without the beta software crashing? Tune in to find out!
#62 / 2010-09-23 18:16:02 / 3:50 min.
Making the switch to Linux, even part-time, can feel like a bit of a shock to the system. Doc helps to ease the transition by rounding up his 10 favorite Linux apps that are free for the download. This week, we look at one through five and in next week's show, Doc rounds it out with numbers six through 10.
#731 / 2010-06-04 09:30:00 / 1:38 min.
#45 / 2010-05-27 12:00:00 / 4:24 min.
So many of us do a large part of our
shopping online. We look for deals, we look for things we need to buy and we look for things we might like to buy when we have enough money. So here to help you are a five cool extensions for Google Chrome to help you with your shopping needs.
#698 / 2010-05-12 09:31:00 / 1:38 min.
It's always nice to know when you have new email waiting. If you use Gmail and browse with Google Chrome, we've got a treat for you! With a simple
extension for Chromeyou can not only know when you have new Gmail, but also
manage your emailby deleting, archiving and more!
#688 / 2010-05-05 09:31:00 / 1:56 min.
#657 / 2010-04-14 09:30:00 / 1:24 min.
Extensions add a lot of functionality to Google Chrome. Now and then, however, you may install one that you don't use or have one installed that you don't like. Here's
how to remove an extension from Google Chrome.
#655 / 2010-04-13 09:30:00 / 2:23 min.
When Google Chrome was first released, it was a little blah; not that colorful, not very exciting, and no support for add-ons or extensions. All that is in the past and now there are lots of
extensions for Chrome. Here's how to add one!
#38 / 2010-04-08 12:00:00 / 3:42 min.
You'd be forgiven for not knowing about
extensions in available for Google Chrome. However, if you gave the browser a miss for being too bare bones, time to look again. Chrome supports a range of
Chrome themesPerhaps more important, it has support for
Chrome extensionsthat give the browser more functionality. Doc picks
top 10 extensions for Chromeand finishes off his
top 10 Google Chrome extensions listwith parts six to 10.
#37 / 2010-04-01 12:00:00 / 3:26 min.
You'd be forgiven for not knowing about the
extensions available for Google Chrome. However, if you gave the browser a miss for being too bare bones, time to look again. Chrome supports a range of
Chrome themes.Perhaps more important, it has support for
Chrome extensionsthat give the browser more functionality. Doc picks
top 10 extensions for Chromeand shares them over the next two weeks.
#61 / 2010-01-15 13:30:00 / 1:01 min.
There was much excitement when Google released Chrome for Mac, even though it was many months behind the PC version. Recently the PC version also got support for extensions. Google has now released a version of Chrome for Mac that also has full support for extensions.
#25 / 2009-12-31 12:00:00 / 4:06 min.
Michael Callahan, AKA Doctor File Finder runs down his
top ten apps and services for 2010. He's been doing this for a long time, having evaluated over a quarter of a million pieces of software! When Doctor File Finder picks his list of
best software of 2009, it pays to listen up. The man knows of whence he speaks.
#59 / 2009-12-09 11:30:06 / 1:15 min.
#57 / 2009-12-08 16:23:00 / 1:02 min.
Google Chrome for the PC has been out for quite some time, but Mac users have been waiting patiently. The wait is over! Google Chrome for Mac Beta has been released and it's looking good!
#43 / 2009-08-06 10:30:00 / 1:12 min.
When Google launched its
Chrome browserone thing everyone could agree on was that it was plain. No flair, not much color, just blah. But no more! Google recently announced the launch of
themes for Google Chrome. You can install the one you want or change themes every day, should the mood strike. However for the time being, you'll have to
get the beta version of Google Chrometo partake in themes.
#9 / 2009-07-17 12:00:00 / 2:59 min.
When reading through a wall of text online, wouldn't it be nice if you could
highlight certain important passages on a web siteto come back to later? Wouldn't it be nicer still if you could save those highlighted passages for later reference? While the promise of the
paperless officeseems like a pipe dream, these handy
web highlightersbring it one step closer.
#306 / 2009-07-14 09:30:00 / 2:22 min.
There may be times when most of us would like to visit Web sites and
erase all traces from your computer. Perhaps you're shopping for a gift for your spouse and you don't want them to see what sites you visited while looking for a gift. Whatever the reason, there's a way to
browse privately in Google Chrome.
#5 / 2009-07-02 12:00:00 / 3:56 min.
In this week's
The Sweet Stuff: Software, Doc Callahan wages his own
browser warand takes a look at
five free Web browsers. Sometimes the lowly
Web browseris taken for granted, but for most of us, the the browser is the program we interact with most on our computers.
#169 / 2009-04-27 17:00:00 / 24:31 min.
Andy and Sean take a look at the newest version of the major web browsers, including IE8, Firefox 3, Opera 10, Safari 4, and the first version of Google Chrome.
#24 / 2009-04-07 17:00:00 / 2:25 min.
Cheryl Poirier takes a look at Google's long-awaited entry into the "browser wars," Google Chrome. It's the newest browser on the block and does away with the user interface flair in favor of speed, simplicity and security.
Heck, Google probably already knows where you live, why not let it know your browsing habits too? We kid, sharing browsing data with Google is, of course, optional.
#14 / 2009-03-18 10:15:00 / 1:07 min.
Google recently released its new beta version of its Chrome browser. This version, while still a work in progress, offers some new features and improvements over the current Chrome release. How about autofill for forms, auto scrolling and full page zoom? Another new feature allows you to compare different Web pages side-by-side, right within the Chrome window. This new 0beta is also faster than previous versions and once it reaches final release, promises to be more stable too.
#11 / 2009-03-13 09:00:00 / 19:22 min.
Chrome web browseris a light, lean and altogether smart piece of software. Far from a me-too browser though,
Google Chrometakes a fundamentally different approach to some aspects of the web. From creating application shortcuts to web software services like Google Docs and Gmail to allowing for a private browsing session in
Incognito mode, we'll show you what's up in this 10-part tutorial series.
iPhone photo-sharing app Instagram was recently the big buzz when Facebook bought it for one billion dollars.
Blogger for Android is a great app for those who use the Blogger service to blog and want to be able to make posts on the go.
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500
On this week's show, BlackBerry figures if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. More Nexus Prime shenanigans and freemium games by the numbers. Also, Kate Abraham brings us her review of Aquapets for Android.
This Week: Part two - Five more great iPhone productivity apps for iPhone rounding out the top 10