[ Tech News ] Firefox Quantum, Open Challenge To Chrome

To all chrome lovers, I think it's time you should take a look at Firefox Quantum. Firefox new version that is Quantum, is quite a browser. As said by Firefox it is twice as fast from it's previous versions.




From Layman terms, it's blazing fast, secure and more over it doesn't take much of your memory. So, I have been using it for 7 days, and I think, I am quite happy by using it. Unlike chrome, your privacy is not compromised, neither your memory nor speed.

Verdict : I think this may bring revolution in browser's history. If you are chrome lover, it's time to change your browser. For Firefox user, it's a gift from them browse on it .

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[ Tech News ] Google Assistant on Chromebooks

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We’ve heard several times now through code commits and more that Assistant on Chromebooks is coming. However, nothing has really indicated exactly when this was going to happen. That is, until now.

Hidden quietly within the Google Home app is a mention that some Assistant applications will work with Chromebooks. All Assistant apps list out which platforms they are compatible with through Assistant since, for example, some don’t work on phones, but do work on Google Home.

Listed in the compatibility section of the Chat with your Assistant “game” right alongside phones, Google Home, and Allo is Chromebooks, clear as day. Not only is the text listed out, but a Chromebook icon shows up right along with those for Home and phones, so it seems pretty concrete that this is something Google intended to do, but just slipped out a little early.

This is where the Google Home app comes in, since within the compatibility section for Chat with your Assistant is a listing for phones, Google Home, Allo, and, lo and behold, Chromebooks. You can also see the Chromebook icon alongside the Google Home and phone icons on the same listing area in the screenshot below.


All of this information leads us to believe that it’s a matter of when, not if, Google‘s AI-enhanced personal assistant will make its way to Chromebooks. The belief is that Google’s rumored Pixelbook will be the first to feature Google Assistant out of the box, but we will have to wait until October 4 to see whether the Pixelbook itself is real, let alone Google Assistant for Chromebooks.

Odds are we’ll end up seeing this feature announced on October 4th right along with Google’s other hardware announcements including the Pixel 2 family, Google Home Mini, and more.


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