Chrome 13. the latest release of Google's web browser has 'instant pages' built in. When doing a google search, chrome will start loading the first few pages, so if you click on one, it will open instantly. Just another reason to use chrome. There is one issue though, could you be penalized for loading content that you didn't actually open, and maybe get put on an FBI watch list unnecessarily? I'm not sure but I know I will still be using chrome.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
One of google's self driving cars recently crashed. You may think that this is a setback to the production and legalization of these vehicles, but in fact, the car was in manual mode and a person was driving it when it crashed. I have two thoughts, the first is that this is hilarious, and the second is that Google likely did this on purpose as a publicity stunt. Do you agree? Post in the comments below.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Sunday, July 31, 2011
In my opinion, IE is not a browser, it is just a convenient way to download firefox or chrome.
I was excited to find this study because it proves what I always believed.
Although it has some surprising results. Opera makes sense, but IE with chrome frame? That confuses me. Also, firefox users scored the lowest besides IE.