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It was a busy Tuesday for Google as they announced increases to payouts for finding bugs in their software, as well as an experimental audio muting function in their Chrome browser. The company had previously paid from $500 all the way up to $5,000 but as bugs have become more challenging to find – the […]

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Safari review

Safari review | The latest version of Apple's Safari adds extensive support for RSS,enabling users to keep up to date with their favourite news sourceswithout visiting a ton of websites. But these facilities have not beenback-ported to versions... Reviews | TechRadar

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Now you can WhatsApp from your web browser

Messaging service WhatsApp is now available to use via Google Chrome by scanning a QR code in what the company hopes will be "simply an extension of your phone". Your phone needs to be connected to the internet at all times and the latest version needs to be installed.

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Google IO 2012: Chromebooks, Chromebox available at Best Buy stores in the US today

Google IO 2012: Chromebooks, Chromebox available at Best Buy stores in the US today | Google's SVP of Chrome and Apps announced today that the Chromebook with the latest version of Chrome OS will be available at Best Buy. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Google unleashes its 64-bit Chrome browser for Windows

Google unleashes its 64-bit Chrome browser for Windows | The upgraded version of Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8 is now available, out of beta. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Google announces new and improved Chrome 3.0

Google announces new and improved Chrome 3.0 | Google has announced the arrival of the latest version of its web browser – dubbed Chrome 3.0. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Google launches Picasa 3 beta

Google launches Picasa 3 beta | Google has had a cracking week. Not only is it about to celebrate its first ten years in business, the company has announced its new Chrome web browser to much surprise and acclaim and, now, also announces the latest version of its photo sharing and manipulation package, Picasa. Buying advice from the leading technology site

The Chrome team has pushed the latest version of Google’s popular web browser, Chrome 51, to the public channel. While it may not come with the same level of fanfare its predecessor enjoyed (the 50th release is a pretty significant…