Tag Archive: linux

Chrome 34 Beta Brings Unprefixed Web Audio, Hands-Free Voice Search, and Responsive Images

Chrome 34

Google has finally announced the launch of Chrome 34 beta on Mac, Linux, and Windows. This leading-edge version brings a lot of enhancements, including support for responsive images and hands-free Google Voice Search. The latest hands-free Google Voice Search is the most interesting feature in the update. Simply open a fresh tab or go to Google.com via Chrome and then say ‘Ok Google’ and start your search using your voice commands. This specific feature is being unleashed eventually to US…
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Viber Updates Desktop and BlackBerry Apps; Adds Support for Linux

Viber

The free instant messaging and VoIP service, Viber has launched an update to its Desktop and BlackBerry apps alongside bringing support for Linux-powered computers. Now Viber is available for Linux users too, accompanying Windows and Mac desktop users. With this, the service is available on all the major platforms. Now let’s have a look at what’s new in the Desktop versions: The update brings a Viber Sticker Market which lets users to purchase and send their buddies stickers. Support for…
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Firefox 26 Beta is Released On Android and Desktop

Firefox 26 Beta

Following the launch of Firefox 25, Mozilla has unleashed a new version of the browser, Firefox 26 beta for desktop and Android users. Though it’s a beta iteration, the browser brings plenty of new features, changes and performance enhancements. The new desktop version, which is available for Mac, Linux, and Windows, brings ‘Click to Play’ upgrade, related to all versions of all the plugins, excluding the newly launched Flash. Now the browser can automatically load any plugin requested by a…
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Mozilla Firefox 25 is Out for Android and Desktop Users

Firefox 25

Mozilla has finally revealed Firefox 25 for Android, Mac, Windows and Linux users. The latest version brings a load of new features and improvements to enhance your browsing experience. The latest web version was made available on the FTP servers last night. Now, the browser has been launched on the Firefox.com and all the existing users can download the update automatically. Whereas the Android version is downloadable via Play Store. The major addition in the update is the Web Audio API….
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Chrome 30 Beta is Out for Android and Desktop

Chrome 30

Google has rolled out the latest Chrome 30 beta for Desktop and Android users! This latest version brings a longer list of new features to satiate Chrome users. Chrome 30 makes it much easier to search by image. You can now long-press or right-click on an image, and then search it through your default search engine. It’s that simple! All the gestures are now implemented in the toolbar available at the top: you can swipe to the right/left to switch…
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Google Releases Chrome 29 On Android and Desktop

Chrome 29

Google has just revealed a new version of its Chrome browser for Android, which includes the support for Web Audio and WebRTC among other enhancements. Web Audio is a top-notch JavaScript API for processing and blending audio. Especially, the API lets Web developers to work on ‘efficient quality’ audio generation apps as well as latest game audio engines. Whereas the WebRTC supports real-time conversation within the browser without a need to instal any additional plugins. It features 3 elements: PeerConnection,…
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Primate Labs Launches Geekbench 3 On Multiple Platforms

Geekbench 3

Primate Labs has revealed the third generation of the most widely-known benchmarking software, Geekbench 3 on multiple platforms.   Geekbench 3 brings a slew of new benchmark tests. The company expresses that these tests are aimed at modeling the real-world processor-intensive tasks. The tests focus on a ton of  domains, like signal processing, encryption, and physics simulation. The company has imported over a dozen of tests from the former version and completely re-written them so that they are now more…
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Google Releases Chrome 29 Beta on Android and Other Platforms

Chrome 29

A week ago, Google had revealed the stable version of the Chrome 28. Now, the company has introduced Chrome 29 in the beta format. This is available on multiple platforms like Android, Windows, Linux and Mac. The company says that the desktop version has got enhanced omnibox suggestions functionality. Now, depending upon the novelty of the websites visited, you will receive more relevant suggestions. In this release, most of the changes were introduced to the Android version, which includes support…
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