Temporarily Remove Any Element from a Webpage with Your Browser

There are parts of a webpage which you do not want to really use. For example when you see a Facebook public post or profile, it also shows a login box, which you might not be interested in. We can do this with Dynamite Extension for Chrome browser or Nuke Everything Add-on for Firefox. For […]

Google brings Chrome OS’s app launcher to Chromium

While Chromebooks haven’t been successful in attracting mainstream users, Google hasn’t stopped pushing updates to both – Chrome OS, as well as the hardware. With the Aura update, there’s a new App drawer feature added to the OS. Interestingly, Google is looking to port the same feature to Chrome on Windows. The App drawer lets […]

Get Real-Time Tweets with Google Search Results

When Google Realtime was launched, it would show a lot of results from Twitter. It showed Twitter’s awesome dominance on almost all events which were important to be followed in realtime. Then things between Google and Twitter went sour and Google had no longer access to all data from Twitter. I use Chrome and HashPlug […]

Google’s Chrome Browser turns 4 years old

Google’s Chrome browser has turned four years old. After about 20 odd version updates and countless new features, it is considered the fastest and most preferred browser for many. It is difficult to believe that it took only 4 years fro Chrome to go from zero to overtake Internet Explorer as the most used browser. […]

Set specific websites to automatically open in Chrome’s Incognito Mode

Chrome users have a useful feature on the browser called Incognito Mode. It basically disallows information on the webpages you visit from being stored on the browser. It also deletes all new cookies after the incognito mode is closed. This is useful for looking up websites without the need to clear caches all the time. […]

[Browser Wars] Every 1 in 3 Browser is a Chrome

The battle of the browsers is getting less fascinating in recent times and that is because Chrome seems to be simply unstoppable. Google Chrome overtook Internet Explorer to become the most used browser a couple of months ago, pushing out Internet Explorer to second place for the first time ever.  Lately even Microsoft has accepted […]