How to Download and View Instagram Stories on Desktop

How to Download and View Instagram Stories on Desktop

Instagram recently unveiled Stories on its ever-growing social platform, that allows users to stitch together multiple photos or videos which automatically disappear after 24 hours. Despite the controversial launch, people are actually posting and viewing stories regularly instead of the standard uploads. Unfortunately, the feature hasn’t been made available to Instagram’s website and due to the defined expiry period, we tend […]

     
 
 

5 Google Chrome Flags You Should be Aware of

5 Google Chrome Flags You Should be Aware of

Chrome is one of the most feature rich browsers out there with an extensive range of extensions and customizations available. However, Google has additionally hidden a bunch of experimental flags that can be tweaked to make some significant enhancements. Hence, here are top 5 Chrome flag settings that you need to aware of. To activate any flags, head over to […]

     
 
 

Google Music Lab Showcases the Power of Web Audio API

Google Music Lab Showcases the Power of Web Audio API

Google’s Chrome Experiments have been a testimony to the things a browser can do. Google has been developing different tools to showcase the possibilities, and the latest is the musical tools that can be built. The Google Music Lab is the latest endeavor to help kids or even beginners learn music, and for this very purpose, Google has showcased a […]

     
 
 

Chrome for Android Now Promises up to 70 Percent Saving on Data Usage

Chrome for Android Now Promises up to 70 Percent Saving on Data Usage

The rise in the mobile data consumption has been on an all-time high and a major chunk of this data is usually accessed using our smartphones and tablets. Chrome has been one of the most widely used browsers across all devices except for iOS where Safari takes the lead. Google had already baked up the data saver feature in to […]

     
 
 

[How to] Erase Specific Auto-Suggested URLs From Chrome, Firefox, and IE

[How to] Erase Specific Auto-Suggested URLs From Chrome, Firefox, and IE

I tend to have a habit of mistyping URLs when I’m on my mobile device, and since I’m using Chrome, those mistypes end up on my computer, where they keep popping up as auto-suggested URLs and annoy me. Of course, apart from those , there are some other URLs which I don’t want to show up as suggestions, mainly because […]

     
 
 

Google Now Could be Coming to Chrome

Google Now Could be Coming to Chrome

All Android users have heard of Google Now, the virtual assistant that gives its users lots of information, like Apple’s Siri. The service is useful in many ways, due to its integration with all the other services provided by Google, and developers are trying to extend this functionality beyond Android devices, to Google’s web browser, Chrome and probably Chrome OS. […]

     
 
 

Google Tools for Students

Google Tools for Students

Now that summer’s almost over, it’s time to think about the new school year that is rapidly approaching. Essays, quizzes and classes in the morning make us want to live forever in the summer, but sadly it’s not possible. So, what to do? Well, we strap on our learning caps and we march head on, but with a difference. The […]

     
 
 

Chromebox: Chrome OS is Not Dead Yet

Chromebox: Chrome OS is Not Dead Yet

For some of market researchers, Chrome OS might seem like a bad strategy coming out of Google headquarters but is everything so black and white? Google plans to make the new operating system run much faster than what we were customary used to and not to mention more secure (it’s Google’s obsession, isn’t it?). Chromebox: No, Google Hasn’t Abandoned Chrome […]