Here is a tiny Chrome extension to bring Google+ Comments on any web page. Install it from Chrome Web Store, and click on its button on the toolbar.
Do-Not-Track (DNT) feature has finally landed in the latest Chromium build. Users of stable release channel should get this feature by the end of this year.
Mozilla has released a completely refreshed version of Firefox for Android platform. If you have a compatible Android device (ARMv7 & Android 2.2+), install it and give it a try – you will not be disappointed!
Opera 12 is loaded with lots of new features and improvements including one special feature: support for Do Not Track.
A small extension for Google Chrome, which brings support for Do Not Track, and hence enhances online privacy.
Mozilla has the goal to give users full right of their browsing experience. Mozilla is actually helping cloud computing by creating a faster, secured and open browser.
Chrome Web Store gives users opportunity to rate and comment on the hosted extensions, themes and apps. I am not sure if it is a bug or feature, but unfortunately the comments posted in Chrome Web Store (CWS) are displayed in a confusing order.
Chrome has surpassed Internet Explorer in India, and now it is the second most popular browser in the country.
According to a discussion on Reddit, a Chrome extension “Smooth Gestures” was found tracking user’s activities.