Google is betting big on photos on Google+. Indeed, most of the innovation on the company’s social network so far has been around photos, including the #AutoAwesome launch at I/O. Last week, Goo
Native Client - a technology that allows developers to run native compiled C and C++ code as part of their web apps - has long been a part of Google Chrome. Even though other browser vendors haven't a
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For well over a year now, Google has been hyping up something called Native Client. It's an open source technology that allows a web browser to run compiled native code. In other words, it's <a href="
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