Google is integrating ever so slowly into every operating system.
Opera releases their full browser on Google Play, featuring Discover Mode, Full Screen Support and Off-Road Mode.
Chromium web browser Perk offers points rewards for browsing; exchangeable for a variety of goods and services.
Programmers will now be able to bring their C and C++ compiled apps to ARM-based devices thanks to the new Native Client SDK.
Google's Chrome browser for Android now has a better sandbox feature to keep malicious websites contained within its borders.
Chrome 22 introduces Packaged Apps which allows developers to create HTML5 apps that can be installed in the system like any other software.
Mobile layouts for some websites can be pretty atrocious. Thankfully, Chrome for Android will allow you to view the full site at the click of a button.
In a rather unexpected move, Mozilla has broken out of its shell and said that it will not follow Google's hypocritical WebM strategy anymore, but shift its attention to H.265 video, especially on mobile devices.
Google and a number of other ad networks have been accused of tracking users web browsing by using a loophole to circumvent Safari's default security settings.
Predicting browser market shares like a careless stroll on thin ice, but the current trend in market share gains and losses of the big three invite predictions. A prediction I am rather confident to make.
Google already offers users several options to help ensure the security of their Gmail account. However, never one to rest on its laurels, the company is testing out another secure log-in option that uses QR codes.
Spoon.net runs applications in isolated sandboxes, allowing apps like browsers and games to run side-by-side without conflicts, dependencies, or modifications to the host desktop.
Google is quietly dropping support for some cryptographic functions that are not considered secure anymore.
It has been predicted to happen for some time. Chrome has surpassed Firefox in market share, at least according to one Internet analysis firm.