Amiga Emulator Created in Chrome

Via TheRegister “The emulator code is based on the Open Source Universal Amiga Emulator which is about 400k lines of C code,” Stefansen says. He didn’t cook up the code out of altruism: Google offers “Native Client”,billed as “a sandbox for running compiled C and C++ code in the browser efficiently and securely.” Porting the…… Continue reading Amiga Emulator Created in Chrome

Google Software Removal Tool for Windows released

From ghacks.net While it is difficult to come by statistics to find out how many Internet users are affected by software that is manipulating browser settings or installing add-ons and other potentially unwanted tools in browsers, it is clear that this poses a threat to many users. These modifications can be divided into two different…… Continue reading Google Software Removal Tool for Windows released

ExtShield Notifies You If You’re Running an Adware Extension

  From Lifehacker, a reminder about how to check your Chrome Add-ons for Adware or Malware.  For more information on how this happens, read Many Browser Extensions Have Become Adware or Malware.  This week, Ars Technica and How-To Geek released some pretty startling news: a lot of browser extensions are either injecting ads into the…… Continue reading ExtShield Notifies You If You’re Running an Adware Extension

Newest Chrome Experiment

Bringing hobbits, dwarves and dragons to screens everywhere Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 You don’t need to be besties with a Wizard to share an adventure in Middle-earth—just point your favorite browser togoo.gl/TheHobbit on your laptop, phone or tablet to check out “Journey through Middle-earth,” the latest Chrome Experiment. Inspired by the upcoming motion picture…… Continue reading Newest Chrome Experiment