Chrome now disables Flash by default
Published in News


End of an error


Chrome 55, released earlier this week, now blocks all Adobe Flash content by default.

Chrome to be lighter on RAM
Published in Memory


Heavy shoppers might be able to multi-task

Heavy users of Chrome might actually be able to do something else on their high powered PCs and not find that their browser had eaten all their RAM with a side order of other systems resources.

Corsair announces new Dominator Platinum DDR4 Special Edition kits
Published in Memory


Limited Edition numbered kits in Chrome and Blackout finish

Corsair has announced its new Dominator Platinum Special Edition DDR4 memory kits that will be available in a limited edition and two versions, with mirror finish Chrome and brushed aluminum Blackout heatsinks. 

Google pushes out Chrome 52 for Android
Published in Mobiles


Two weeks after the PC version

Search engine outfit Google has finally got around to launching the Android verson of its latest Chrome browser.

Google bakes Cast into Chrome
Published in News


Video streaming made easy

Search engine outfit Google is baking its Cast software into Chrome to make it easier to beam media content to your TV.

Microsoft claims it has the Edge on Chrome
Published in Mobiles


Better on your battery


Software giant Microsoft claimed that its new Edge browser has succeeded in beating Google’s Chrome browser in key tests on battery use.

Chrome to kill Flash soon
Published in News


Google goes all Ming the Merciless


Google developers have announced a cunning plan to disable the playback of Flash content in Chrome by default and use HTML5 instead.

Chrome topples Microsoft as Browser King
Published in News


All roads lead to Chrome

Microsoft has been dethroned as the leader of the competitive web browser market by Google's Chrome.

Apple to blame for Nivdia cards storing p*rn
Published in Graphics


Apple's genius programming strikes again

Nvidia claims that the recent Chrome security bug which causes its cards to remember sites which should have been forgotten before freezing your screen is entirely the fault of programming geniuses at Apple.

Nvidia breaches the walls of Chrome
Published in Graphics

Remembers your p*rn

Nvidia fanboys can be safely assured that details of their visits to smut sites over the last two years have been lovingly recorded by their GPU.