Google Renews Contract With Mozilla Firefox

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
 
After quite some time of being in some sort of limbo, the Google –Mozilla partnership is still alive and well. Google has recently renewed its online search partnership deal with Mozilla Firefox. This was recently announced by Mozilla and said that the new deal is good for another three years in which Google will still be the default search engine for the Firefox browser. Although the details of the three-year d
 

Google Chrome Closing In On Firefox

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
 
Google is certainly the company that merely rests on its laurels after it has achieved so many things. It is still trying to establish a bigger presence in whatever industry sector it tries to get into. Although its lead on online search may be quite daunting at present, the same can’t yet be said for its other products, notably that of the Google Chrome browser. But it is certainly getting there, even if it
 

Google Preparing Chrome OS Tablet Version?

Friday, April 8th, 2011
 
Google has been taking its focus into other things other than just online search. It has spread into providing the Android OS to smartphones and tablets which has since captured an incredible market share that it may someday take advantage in further improving its bottom line. And Google may still be on the way of trying to develop other technologies right up in the same alley. There are reports spreading that Goo
 

Google To Remove H.264 Support In Chrome

Monday, January 17th, 2011
 
Google has recently announced in its blog that it may be a couple of months away from removing H.264 video codec support on its Chrome browser. H.264 is a very popular video codec that has somehow been an established standard when viewing video streaming on websites. With Google removing its support for the video codec, opinions vary depending on where a person stands. For others, the news the Google may be removi