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GigaOm Chrome Show: The weekly podcast pivots to all things Chrome

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After receiving numerous questions on our weekly call-in podcast about GoogleChromebooks and the Chrome OS, it became clear that listeners were interested in all things Chrome. So in the words of Silicon Valley: we’re pivoting! Welcome to the inaugural GigaOm Chrome podcast, where we’ll discuss all things Chrome on a...
GigaOm Chrome Show: The weekly podcast pivots to all things Chrome

Blackberry Will Have a New Webkit-based Browser… Soon! http://bit.ly/9rnOHD from @gigaom

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Blackberry Will Have a New Webkit-based Browser… Soon! http://bit.ly/9rnOHD from @gigaom

Google: 'Um, we're not sure why that company who keeps trying to screw us can't use our maps'

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Google didn’t even wait for the ink to dry on this week’s FTC decision  for it to start messing with its nemesis, Microsoft.  Windows Phone 8 users, all 8 of them, reported that they weren’t able to access Google Maps via the built-in IE browser this week.  Initially Google said...
Google: 'Um, we're not sure why that company who keeps trying to screw us can't use our maps'

New WebKit builds offer scrolling relief for retina MacBook Pros

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Retina MacBook Pro owners who have been frustrated at slow Safari performance may find some relief in the recent WebKit nightly builds. The discovery was originally dug up by a MacRumors forum post and tested by AnandTech on Tuesday, showing a significant increase in frame rates when scrolling through certain sites,...
New WebKit builds offer scrolling relief for retina MacBook Pros

Microsoft Drop Trident from Internet Explorer

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Web developers often complain about the sedate progress of Microsoft’s popular browser and its Trident rendering engine. Internet Explorer 9.0 may offer features available in other browsers, but no release date has been scheduled and it’s widely anticipated to be early 2011. Many have called for the company to base...
Microsoft Drop Trident from Internet Explorer

Boot up: Facebook Home, Apple loses patent plea, Windows Phone failure, and more

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Plus Google explains why it's forking WebKit (plus: translation), the soaring price of Apple's new build, and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamFacebook Home >> FacebookYou may be seeing a lot more of this.Apple's slide-to-unlock patent invalidated in Germany (decision...
Boot up: Facebook Home, Apple loses patent plea, Windows Phone failure, and more
Opera with WebKit for Android hands-on preview
Are you there Apple? It's me, Kevin. Let's talk small iPads!

Did Apple Just Quietly End Development Of Safari For Windows?

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Safari 6 brings improved performance and many new features to OS X, including offline reading lists, a unified search field and support for Do Not Track. What seems to be completely gone from Apple’s site now, though, is any mention of the Windows version of Safari. Indeed, it looks like...
Did Apple Just Quietly End Development Of Safari For Windows?

Apple acquires HTML5 web app firm Particle

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Apple has bought web app firm Particle, a company that focuses on building HTML5 web applications and marketing projects, according to a report from CNET. The San Francisco-based company specializes in HTML5 and rendering engine Webkit. In the past it has worked Google, Motorola, Amazon, Yahoo, Sony and Apple. The...
Apple acquires HTML5 web app firm Particle

NthCode Wants To Bring The Internet To Everything Plugged Into Your TV

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When I first met Peter McDermott in Beijing last year, I had no idea what he did. A few days of stepping around town with him and his pack of expats later… I still had no idea. It was largely my fault; I was knee deep in helping Sarah...
NthCode Wants To Bring The Internet To Everything Plugged Into Your TV
A short translation from bull**** to English of the Google Chrome Blink developer FAQ
Apple appears to currently be passing on Safari 6.0 features for Windows PCs
Opera shows off new WebKit-based 'Ice' mobile browser
Opera cuts 90+ jobs to make room for WebKit

Google patches first major Chrome exploit

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Google sent word that it had already patched the Chrome exploit demonstrated in CanSecWest's Pwn2Own side contest, Pwnium. Linux, Mac, and Windows versions, along with the Chrome Frame plugin for Internet Explorer, should all be secure today. It's now known to have involved universal cross-site scripting and "bad history navigation,"...
Google patches first major Chrome exploit

Blink: A rendering engine for the Chromium project

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WebKit is a lightweight yet powerful rendering engine that emerged out of KHTML in 2001. Its flexibility, performance and thoughtful design made it the obvious choice for Chromium's rendering engine back when we started. Thanks to the hard work by all in the community, WebKit has thrived and kept pace...
Blink: A rendering engine for the Chromium project

Apple reportedly acquires HTML5 consulting company Particle

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Apple is believed to have snatched up Particle, a creative consultancy specializing in HTML5 and design, according to CNet. Though the publication was unable to discover the financial details of the deal, it appears to have been a talent acquisition. San Francisco-based Particle offers HTML5, Webkit and design UI/UX services...
Apple reportedly acquires HTML5 consulting company Particle
Google Chrome update lets you share tabs across devices

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Apple's "WebKit" is now a Registered Trademark in the US

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On March 7, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office approved and published Apple's latest registered trademark for "WebKit" under registration number 4,296,939. Apple open-sourced WebKit in 2005 and is now the foundation for browsers found in Amazon's Kindle, RIM's new Z10, Google's Android and will be ......
Apple's "WebKit" is now a Registered Trademark in the US

Apple and Mozilla Copy Chrome’s Crash Behavior

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Providing more proof that Google’s evil plan to take over the world is coming along nicely, both Apple (WebKit2) and Mozilla (Firefox Lorentz) are making modifications to their web browsers that mimic something Google’s Chrome already does. One of the reasons that Chrome is different and arguably more efficient than...
Apple and Mozilla Copy Chrome’s Crash Behavior

Google Chrome/OS to use new rendering engine 'Blink' based of predecessor Webkit

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In a surprise announcement made at the Chromium Blog today, Google has announced that Chrome OS, Chrome, and Opera, will be using a new rendering engine titled ‘Blink’. Blink is based of the current rendering engine WebKit. Google states the change as “not an easy decision” , but due to the ‘slow down of innovation’,...
Google Chrome/OS to use new rendering engine 'Blink' based of predecessor Webkit

Mozilla borrows from WebKit to build fast new JS engine

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Mozilla's high-performance TraceMonkey JavaScript engine, which was first introduced in 2008, has lost a lot of its luster as competing browser vendors have stepped up their game to deliver superior performance. Firefox now lags behind Safari, Chrome, and Opera in common JavaScript benchmarks. In an effort to bring Firefox...
Mozilla borrows from WebKit to build fast new JS engine

Opera confirms it will follow Google and ditch WebKit for Blink, as part of its commitment to Chromium

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Google on Wednesday made a huge announcement to fork WebKit and build a new rendering called Blink. Opera, which only recently decided to replace its own Presto rendering engine for WebKit, has confirmed with TNW that it will be following suit. “When we announced the move away from Presto, we...
Opera confirms it will follow Google and ditch WebKit for Blink, as part of its commitment to Chromium

OLPC delivers big OS update with text-to-speech, DisplayLink and WebKit

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While most of its energy is focused on the XO-4 Touch, the One Laptop Per Child project is swinging into full gear for software, too. The project team has just posted an OS 12.1.0 update that sweetens the Sugar for at least present-day XO units. As of this latest...
OLPC delivers big OS update with text-to-speech, DisplayLink and WebKit

10 Best Android apps this week

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Sky Sports, Pinterest, Dolphin, RealPlayer, Echoer and moreThis weekly Apps Rush post will usually be published on a Friday, but due to a personal holiday, last week's has slipped to Monday.A separate iOS-focused post will be published later in the day, with both concentrating on non-game apps. New games for...
10 Best Android apps this week

Google teases hackers with $2 million in prizes, announces Pwnium 2 exploit competition

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The folks in Mountain View are starting to make a habit of getting hacked -- intentionally, that is. Earlier this year, Google hosted an event at the CanSecWest security conference called Pwnium, a competition that challenged aspiring hackers to poke holes in its Chrome browser. El Goog apparently learned...
Google teases hackers with $2 million in prizes, announces Pwnium 2 exploit competition
Opera announces 'gradual transition' to WebKit for desktop and mobile browsers
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