A day after Mozilla released the Firefox 47 Beta, Google has released their beta of the Chrome/Chromium 51 web-browser.
Google announced this week the participating student projects for this year's Summer of Code.
The exciting day has continued of open-source/Linux news with Google now releasing Chrome 50.
One month after publishing the first developer preview of the upcoming Android N, Google today announced Android N Developer Preview 2 with exciting changes.
Google developers have announced the beta release of the Chrome 50 web-browser.
With an effort led by John Stultz at Linaro, developers have managed to get a Google Nexus 7 tablet running on a mainline Linux kernel.
In a surprise move and while Android Marshmallow adoption isn't yet too great, the first developer preview release of Android N is now available.
While Firefox, WebKit, and other browsers / layout engines have supported APNG (Animated PNGs) for some time in hopes of finally unseating GIFs for being a modern animated image file format, it doesn't look like that will happen with Google's Chrome/Chromium being among the few still resisting support for that file format.
For fans of Google's Go programming language, version 1.6 was released today.
Google engineers have open-sourced today a new suite of libraries and tools relating to OpenGL called ION.
Google has released the Chrome 49 beta today for Android, Chrome OS, Linux, OS X, and Windows.
Google is planning to enable support for Brotli compression within the next release of the Chrome web-browser. Brotli offers much better compression rates over other alternatives.
Google announced today the stable release of their Chrome 48 web-browser for Linux, OS X, and Windows.
Up to now the LLVMpipe Gallium3D-based software rasterizer has been one of the GPU drivers to be black-listed by Google's Chrome/Chromium web-browser, but that may soon change.
It turns out that with Google's Pixel C Android tablet, they decided to use the open-source Nouveau DRM kernel driver by default for this ARM device powered by NVIDIA's Tegra X1 SoC.
Following this week's release of Chrome 47, Google has announced the beta release of Chrome 48.
Various kernel changes were mainlined in the Linux 4.4 development code for Google Chrome hardware.
Libvpx 1.5.0 was released yesterday as the newest version of Google's VP9 encoder/decoder.
Google posted a blog post a few minutes ago entitled "Chrome OS is here to stay" where they counter the rumors that ChromeOS would be folded into Android.
While there's been signals that Google is interested in merging Chrome OS into Android, there are reports coming out that Google has been making progress on that and the consolidated operating system to suit both Chrome OS and Android devices along with normal PCs will be available in 2017.
Google rolled out the Chrome 47 Beta web browser today for Android, Chrome OS, Linux, OS X, and Windows.
Google announced a number of new devices today plus improvements to their services like Google Photos along with confirming Android 6.0 Marshmallow is coming next week.
Google engineers managed to recently uncover a high profile TCP bug in the Linux kernel that has huge implications on network performance and efficiency.
If you've been curious how WebGL works in Chromium or other modern web browsers prior to hitting the graphics driver, here's a lengthy explanation.
Google has announced today Brotli, "a new compression algorithm for the Internet" that easily defeats other compression algorithms.
Landing within Google's open-source Chromium browser and Chrome is initial GTK3 support for theme integration.
Google released the Chrome 45 web-browser today and as expected it pauses "less important" Flash content by default, including ads.
For those that didn't hear yet, Google announced another hardware product today -- a WiFi router called the OnHub.
Google has begun committing open-source code to the libvpx repository for supporting their next-generation VP10 video format.
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