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trotamundo

Como hacer aplicaciones web para Chrome - 0 views

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    Istrucciones detalladas para el desarrollo de aplicaciones para Chrome
gino carpio

Google Chrome Extensions | SEO | clickTRUE Blog - 8 views

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    7 most helpful Google Chrome Extensions for SEO that will surely make your life easier if you're getting started on SEO efforts for your business and website.
Maxime Lagacé

10 Must-Have Google Chrome Extensions - 2 views

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    I use 1. RSS, 3.Dictionnary, 4. PDF 5. Slideshow 6. AdBlock
Adam Mills

Google ready to ride Wave into the future of email - 0 views

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    Today, Google unveiled its new application, Wave, to developers in San Francisco. Branded the "email of the future", Wave may encompass some of your favorite websites and streamline them into one easy to use application. Come check it out and share your thoughts.\n
Adam Mills

Google ready to ride Wave into the future of email - 0 views

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    Today, Google unveiled its new application, Wave, to developers in San Francisco. Branded the "email of the future", Wave may encompass some of your favorite websites and streamline them into one easy to use application. Come check it out and share your thoughts.
Tamura Jones

Prism - 0 views

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    Firefox extension for creating Site-Specific Browsers, just like Google Chrome detachable tabs.
Graham Perrin

Google Chrome will support ActiveX for Korea - CNET Asia Blogs: DigiHunter by Kevin (Ki... - 0 views

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    ActiveX? Very un-2.0 ...
moritz jakobsen

Does Google Have Rights to Everything You Send Through Chrome? - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

  • "a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content which you submit, post or display on or through, the Services."
  • I was intrigued as to whether this would be passed onto something as massive as a browser - and was amazed when I was reading through the terms.

    Blake and James have interesting points above - however I believe these are overshadowed by the very top line - "These Terms of Service apply to the executable code version of Google Chrome. " This statement must be read in conjuction with the following statement - thereby expressly inferring that it applies to Chrome.

    My reading and understanding of these TOS, prima facie, implies that under Clause 11 - anything you enter into the browser 'which is a Google product/service' can be used by Google whenver they want - now or in the future.

    It's enough to never want to use this browser. Send an email through yahoo using chrome - Google Own it. Post a facebook message - Google own it. Send an idea about a new business through Chrome - Google own it. Yes these are exagerations - but they are not limitations under that clause.

    Until Google remove such errenous conditions - no a chance in hell I am using that browser.

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