How to download the latest Dev or Beta build of Chrome

Lets face it. Google Chrome is an excellent browser. A lot of work is still going on it though, to improve it and fix various issues, therefore the existence of Beta (monthly) and Dev (weekly) channels along with the Stable quarterly releases. One way to chose the channel or the type of build you want(…)

Google Chrome OS vs Windows vs OS X?

Google Chrome OS vs Windows vs OS X?

The Joy of Tech has a wonderful comic explaining how both Windows and OS X are reacting to the Google Chrome OS news, since Google is a big player entering the competition. Although I don’t think anyone should be scared until they see it in action – take Android as an example. It was hyped(…)

The cost of buying every iPhone App from the App Store is $144,326.06

The cost of buying every iPhone App from the App Store is $144,326.06

That’s right. Even though you can’t install all of them at once, that’s what it’ll cost you to buy all of them. Busted loop has done some calculations and found out the price of 55,732 apps ( as of July 7 ) to be $2.59 per app. It goes up to $3.34 if you just(…)

A dissection of the Google Chrome OS press release

Google Chrome OS has created a lot of hype since yesterday, even though it doesn’t seem to do anything new that current netbook operating systems can’t. If the leaked screenshots are real, and that’s an indication of what it’s going to be like, I see no differences in it than Moblin, Julicloud or any other(…)

Why the leaked Google Chrome OS screenshots seem fake

Why the leaked Google Chrome OS screenshots seem fake

Some guy claims to have taken pictures of an early developer Beta of Google Chrome OS. He works with some company who supplies parts for Acer laptops and got a chance to take the pictures because he was the last person to leave the room and had his mini cam with him. He also says(…)

Windows 7 Family Pack Anytime Upgrade prices leaked

Windows 7 Family Pack Anytime Upgrade prices leaked

Ed Bott has found out the prices for Windows 7 Family Pack upgrade which was just recently discovered by Kristan Kenney in the EULA of a recent Windows 7 build. Ed found some product listings on Expercom where it has been priced at $136.95. University IT Computer Sales also had the same product up on(…)

Can’t wait for Google Chrome OS? Try these alternatives

Google Chrome Operating System announcement has shaken up the entire blogosphere, even though what it aims to achieve with its OS is already being done by many currently available netbook operating systems with varying degrees of success. My opinion is you can’t win the operating system war on web applications alone, you need both client(…)

Google announces the Google Chrome Operating System

Google announces the Google Chrome Operating System

After years of speculation by different blogs and industry analysts, and the release of Android, Google has finally announced an x86 operating system called Google Chrome Operating System. Targeted to be available in the second half of 2010, Google Chrome OS will be an open source and light weight operating system targeted towards net books.(…)