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The Chrome Experiments site is packed with WebGL goodies like this one that came across my radar again today and it is too much fun not to share. This past summer Google Australia announced the release of the Build with Chrome online tool. Build with Chrome lets you explore and build a new world of LEGO… Read More


I installed Chrome over the weekend.  It seems ok enough although a bit slow.  However, I found that I had to remember to use it.  So I decided to really commit to it and set it as my default browser, through jailbreak of course.  First off its not fast despite what they say. In fact,… Read More


I guess this is not a surprise. Facebook is blocking people from using Mansour’s Chrome tool for exporting contact info from Facebook. The latest from Mansour is that he is going to try and find a work around. CRITICAL UPDATE: Facebook is trying so hard to not allow you to export your friends. They started… Read More


At Google HQ in Mountain View, California right now attending WebGL Camp #3. WebGL Camp is a full day affair of WebGL demos, presentations, and code. A nice write up by fellow attendee Ates Gursimsek. See the videos when available at the WebGL Camp Youtube Channel .… Read More


April 28th was the first WebGL Meetup here in the Bay area with a great mix of industry titans to garage developers. Managed by the Khronos group, WebGL is a web-based graphics library that extends the capability of the JavaScript programming language to allow it to generate interactive 3D graphics within any compatible web browser… Read More


Today Google announced several new features to their stable build of the Chrome browser including: Chrome Web Store is an online marketplace where you can discover thousands of apps, extensions, and themes for Google Chrome. It is open only to Chrome users in the United States. Chrome Instant will begin loading web pages that you… Read More


We pick up in the war after the CrunchPad came and went, various ‘tablets’ from other manufactures have taken up position on the field.  Apples iPad is the first heavy into battle, and with great surprise, not to much effect.  The general reception to the iPad has been even at best.  Now comes Googles tablet,… Read More


I have been seeing a lot of press (mostly those not or on the edge of the computer industry) talking about how Google’s Chrome browser is going to try and take massive marketshare away from Internet Explorer. Ehh. Doubt it.  Given that IE still has a current market share of over 75% and heck even… Read More


Especially heavy ajax sites like google mail and yahoo mail.  These two site fly!!  which is great because I’m on web mail all the time.  I’ve also noticed that all JS calls execute much faster, including some timer processes. For example, if you have a timed dynamically resizing window, it will execute faster.  I also… Read More