The world’s most widely utilized internet browser just got a whole lot better! Enter Google Chrome’s 25th iteration – released in a beta version – with a faster interface, enhanced architecture, and a wealth of additional facets.
Read further to learn all about Chrome 25’s new features:
1. ARM Support
First up, development tools get a fresh lease of life with Chrome 25 Beta encompassing ARM support. This has been achieved through an overhaul of Google’s Native Client sandboxing knowhow that facilitates ARM coding via advanced fault separation. This connotes that developers will now be able to upgrade their apps through a simple software tweak and a slight alteration in the native client framework – resulting in overall user satisfaction.
Going forward, ARM support will lead to more resilient applications together with heightened browser integration and more robust plugin functionalities. Google avers that, eventually, this native client knowhow will be configured to operate on all architectures and even on multiple devices.
For the last three years, Apple has had the tablet market all to itself, ringing up sales of more than 10 million iPads. No wonder Apple stock recently zoomed past $700 a share.
Now, Google has teamed up with Android to produce the Google Nexus 7, a smart, smaller alternative to the iPad that has tekkies buzzing. Others have tried the 7-inch market, notably Samsung’s Galaxy series, but the Google Android pairing is the first to feature a new entertainment platform, Google Play. This puts the Nexus 7 not only in competition with the iPad, but with Amazon’s Kindle Fire series.
Half the Weight and Price
At about half the weight–and half the price–of the iPad, the Nexus 7 is sure to attract a lot of interest this holiday season. Walmart and other big box retailers were recently selling the Nexus 7 for $249, but Google has a $199 offer on the ‘Net.
The new Jelly Bean system has a lot to offer users and Google hasn’t even specified its features yet! Whether they have caught up with Apple yet is still to be seen, but there are certainly giving them a run for their money from what users already know.
Everyone is waiting patiently and speculating about the release of the new version of Android in the form of the Jelly Bean. Comparisons are being made wide and far about whether their latest attempts will bring them on par with Apple and the iPhone. So, what has Jelly Bean got to offer besides a cool name? At first glance, it does look quite similar to its predecessor, but there are a few features that make it bigger and better than before ensuring it is moving Google in the right direction at least.
If there is anything that I can’t stand, it is searching for some keyword in Google and finding tons of non-relevant results.
This happens all of the time, but its not Google’s fault. I know we like to blame them for everything, but in this particular case, we simply can’t point at them, because as webmasters, this is something we actually have control over.
What am I referring to? The indexing of dynamic web pages.
Nofollow Those Dynamic Web Pages
Now it goes without saying…all blogs and article directories have seemingly an endless supply of dynamic web pages.
By dynamic, of course, I mean the content on them is always changing.
Article directories and blogs are of particular interest here because they are the main culprits for this highly irritating phenomenon…and I too was at fault.
This post is definitely a rant. I have converted this site to an article as of late and one of the main reasons in doing so was to watch SEOs and article marketers to see what they are doing and what they are NOT doing and here are a few of the items I have found.
Article Marketing Still Works!
Yes, the much defamed, much de-valued article marketing still works! And it not only works, it crushes it!. At one point in my SEO career, I thought “you know”…Google has caught on to all of this old “played out crap” and they have algorithms now that can “detect” and “root out” any manipulation by SEOs.
Well, truth be told, that is partially true and, what is more, there is a part of it that is complete and total fallacy. Article marketing will always work and I realized this when I retooled this site into an article directory and watched its traffic DOUBLE over night just by allowing guest posts.