Monday, September 27

Google Chrome

Android Army, Chrome, Features, Google Chrome, navegador web

Google Chrome: What it was like when it was launched 13 years ago | Digital Trends Spanish

On September 2, 2008, Google launched a product that sought to give a twist or a refresh to the way the internet was viewed until then: Google Chrome, for Windows XP. The first version of the Google Chrome browser was very simple and minimalist. But in addition, it was launched in beta format and was announced to the world through a web comic, in which it was assured that the web pages of 2008 and had evolved to web applications. Considering the above, it seemed like a good idea for Google to start with a totally scratch browser. And under that approach they built Google Chrome, which was based on open source elements and already used by what would be its competitors, such as the browser technology called WebKit, developed by Apple. Because it is a media product - bad or bad, it was a...
Entretenimiento, Google, Google Chrome, Juegos Olimpicos de Tokio 2020, Videojuegos

Chrome’s dinosaur game is updated for the JJ. OO. | Digital Trends Spanish

The classic Google Chrome dinosaur game has been dressed in a special way for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. And now, instead of just dodging obstacles such as cacti or birds, these are transformed into elements similar to those of some competing disciplines . But this Olympian version of Chrome's dinosaur must be activated in a special way. And to do this, the first thing to do is enter the game by typing "chrome: // dino" in the browser, as is always the case. It should be noted - the advice is never too much - that this game can only be accessed through the Google Chrome browser, either in its version for mobile phones or desktop. Once inside the game, in the first seconds a torch will appear next to the rest of the obstacles. The important thing is not to avoid the torch, but to l...
Android, Code, Google Chrome, iPad, iPhone, QR Codes, Scan, Software & Apps (Reference), Tech How To, Tech Insider, Tech Reference

How to create a QR code in 2 different ways to direct people to a website, document, or other media

You can create a QR code using a QR generator or by selecting the "Share" option in the Google Chrome mobile app. QR codes have a variety of uses, for both personal and professional means. QR codes can direct people to a specific website, or an uploaded image or document. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. QR codes — or "Quick Response" codes — are square-shaped barcodes that can be scanned by mobile devices. They are used for a variety of applications, from pulling up a restaurant menu to directing people to a podcast. QR codes can also be used in wedding invitations to direct guests to the wedding website, w...
Cine en casa, Entretenimiento, Extensión Chrome, Google Chrome, Netflix, netflix party, Scener, Teleparty

How to use Teleparty: watch the best series and movies with your friends | Digital Trends Spanish

We all love a movie night with your family or friends - popping popcorn, snuggling up on a couch, and starting to laugh, yell, or get excited. Although it is an experience that allows you to create bonds like no other, sometimes you cannot be with your loved ones. Fortunately, Teleparty - formerly called Netflix Party - allows you to have a movie night even if you are apart. Here we are going to tell you how to use Teleparty. Teleparty was a Google Chrome browser extension that allowed a group of friends to simultaneously stream Netflix content and chat at the same time. Today, it also works with Disney Plus, Hulu, and HBO (not HBO Max). So if you want to catch up with Stranger things before the new season starts on Netflix or watch a marathon of WandaVision or from The Falcon and ...
Computación, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, navigator, Noticias

Microsoft gives Internet Explorer death date | Digital Trends Spanish

August 17, 2021 will be the last day the now legendary Internet Explorer (IE) browser will operate. Microsoft announced this Monday, August 17 - a year in advance - the date on which it will put an end to one of the most famous actors in the history of the network. The same one that beat Netscape Navigator and the one that was the most used browser in the world before the emergence of Google Chrome. As of that date, IE will no longer be compatible with many of Microsoft's own services, including Outlook, OneDrive or Office 365. In fact, IE is no longer pre-installed on current versions of Windows. Now Microsoft works with Edge, the evolution of Internet Explorer that has some improvements over its predecessor. “While we know this change will be difficult for some cust...
Android, Android Army, Chrome 85, etiqueta, Fast Page, Google Chrome, Noticias, Páginas rápidas

Chrome will reward fast mobile sites with a tag | Digital Trends Spanish

A new update and incentive for mobile website developers is what Google will do with Chrome in its Android ecosystem. This is because from now on and from the Chrome 85 Beta version, the pages that load faster will have a special label that identifies this feature. "NYou are pleased to announce that Chrome will begin highlighting high-quality user experiences on the web, starting with tagging quick links via the link context menu in Chrome for Android ... tagging is based on signals from the metrics of Core Web Vitals that quantify key aspects of the user experience, as experienced by real-world Chrome users. Core Web Vitals metrics measure dimensions of web usability, such as load time, responsiveness, and stability of content as it loads, and define thresholds for th...
Arduino, Computación, Dinosaurio Google, Google Chrome, Noticias, Videojuegos

Google’s dinosaur can be played with your body | Digital Trends Spanish

Ryan Chan is an Arduino user and has posted on the site Hackster a practical guide to be able to play the classic Google dinosaur with the movement of your body. This popular game is shown when the browser crashes and causes an error on a page, and the main objective is to jump over obstacles. So Chan created this way that you connect the Arduino to a series of body-tailored cables, so that when you squat or jump, the dinosaur does the same on screen. “It does this with a force sensing resistor and a stretch sensor (a conductive rubber cable) to detect jumps and squats and uses an Arduino MKR board as it is compatible with the keyboard library (other boards that can be used as a keyboard are Leonardo, Esplora, Zero, Due and the MKR family) ”, explains the user. Ryan Ch...