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Two Researchers have discovered a way to download videos from Netflix and Amazon Prime that are being played in Google Chrome web browser. Here are the details.

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Google has revealed plans for its Chrome web browser that will hammer yet another nail into the coffin that has been engineered to be the final resting place of Adobe’s Flash technology. The behemoth company, and developer and publisher of the Chrome web browser, has announced plans to phase out support for Adobe’s Flash Player. The announcement means that Google hopes to disable support for Flash content on all websites by the end of the current calendar year, though it will have a caveat built into the browser in the form of a white-list exemption rule for the world’s top ten domains still using Flash. This whitelist will expire after one year.

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Here’s how you can send self-destructing email messages in Gmail using a third-party Chrome extension called Dmail.

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Here’s how to run Android apps in Chrome browser on Windows and Mac OS X. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found here.

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In an effort to expand its dominance in the desktop Web browser market, Google is experimenting with a number of under-the-hood changes that dramatically improve the zooming experience currently offered in its Chrome browser. The current publicly available build of Google Chrome for Mac already offers a less than polished pinch-to-zoom type functionality, which ultimately gets the necessary job done but suffers from the fact that it only allows noticeably jerky 10% incremental zooms. Google’s latest build of Chrome Canary for Mac takes things to the next level by introducing a polished Apple Safari-esque zooming experience.

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If you happen to be an OS X user, and happen to love Google’s Chrome Web browser, then the latest Chrome 39 release will definitely be of interest to you.

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The benefit of having a notebook computer definitely speaks for itself, but those benefits invariably come under the guise of accepting that you have a very finite amount of battery life that could be depleted at any moment. According to a new report, if battery life is of extreme importance for you on your portable machine, then it could be beneficial to switch from Google Chrome to an alternative browser to avoid Chrome’s power-consuming habits.

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Being able to search via Google.com using the power of your voice is nothing new at this point, but actually initiating the whole process required clicking on the voice search icon in a search box. It’s no great hardship in the grand scheme of things, granted, but things can always be better. That’s why Google announced earlier this year that it would be bringing its hands-free activation of Google Search to Chrome.

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Google’s Chrome browser is one of the most popular in the business, and despite not having been around for as long as the likes of Mozilla’s Firefox or Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the continual updates from the GOOG’s famously dogmatic development team have made it hard to resist for many Web users. Today, Chrome for Windows has been given an update, bringing forth the improved pop-up notification interface as first previewed in the beta. At this point, only the Windows version sees the updated version, but the search giant has noted that the corresponding Mac iteration is imminent.

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The Google Now personal assistant has taken the world, particularly the Android world, by storm. Despite having been around for less than a year following its official Jelly Bean 4.1 rollout, many users of Google’s flagship operating system already rely upon its powerful feature set, and with functionality increasing all the time, it makes sense that Google Now could also be beneficial to desktop users. Developer Chris Emanuel certainly seems to think so, and as such, has developed a Chrome extension which essentially brings up a Google Now-like page to the company’s legendary browser whenever a new tab is opened.

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Google is on a roll at I/O, with the second day of proceedings again bringing in a number of notable announcements and releases that will certainly please iOS users. Day two of the event is well underway with delegates and attending developers being informed that Google’s Chrome browser has been released for iPhone and iPad and is now available for download immediately.

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The opening keynote of Google I/O 2012 has come to an end, with lots of hardware and software based announcements in tow, Google has really managed to impress the crowd with their new offerings.

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