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May 11, 2012 by

Dell launches cloud printing app for Android

Dell has released an Android app that lets users print to network-connected Dell printers, giving the manufacturer a rival to similar cloud-based services from the likes of HP.The company announced the Dell Mobile Print app on Thursday, explaining that it can print directly from other productivity, email, browser, photo and PDF apps.

January 2, 2012 by

Chrome usage up again, IE slide continues

Google's Web browser continues to make gains reaching almost 20 percent share last month, closing in on rival Firefox and potentially Internet Explorer in the future, both of which took a tumble.

December 20, 2011 by

Mozilla, Google renew Firefox deal

Agreement sees Google remain as default search for Firefox browser, ending uncertainty over Mozilla's fate and revenue as other browsers eat into its market share.

November 4, 2011 by

YouTube and Chrome get Google+ integration

Google Plus is now plugged into YouTube and Chrome, continuing Google's quest to integrate all of its services with the new social network.Google engineering chief Vic Gundotra announced the moves on Thursday, saying a YouTube 'slider' had been integrated into Google+ streams, and two extensions for the social platform were available for the Chrome browser.

September 2, 2011 by

10 ways to secure your smartphone

With higher-end handsets increasingly targeted by thieves and cybercriminals due to the valuable data they house, security insiders share tips to help users protect their devices.

February 18, 2011 by

Future of search in personalization

Search development efforts becoming more social, relevant and contextual in new decade, moving beyond the desktop to personal mobile devices, say industry watchers and players.

January 21, 2011 by

Google: 100 percent uptime 'not attainable'

Removal of downtime clause for scheduled maintenance and revised downtime count part of company's efforts to give customers greater assurance, not a promise to deliver absolute uptime, says spokesperson.

November 7, 2010 by

Chrome is up in the air, in the clouds, literally

Google has teamed up with three major airlines to make Chrome and the Internet available free on flights through the holidays.On Monday, the web services giant's browser team said it has deals in place with AirTran, Delta and Virgin American to provide Gogo inflight Internet access at no cost to passengers from Nov.

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