The cloud print option is going to be an incorporated featured in the upcoming Chrome version. It has particularly aimed at improving and enhancing the simplicity and convenience of printing. This new feature has been released initially in the spring.
To make use of the Cloud Print option, while you have a Google account, you need to setup printer drivers with them in a cloud. When you keep them decentralized with Cloud Print, you can stay away from any kinds of disturbances mainly concerning printer’s setup. The documents that need to be printed can be sent to Google where they can be modified and then intended to be transformed into a hard copy.
The Apple’s AirPrint feature is somewhat compatible with the Google’s Cloud Print feature is pretty much comparable to that of Google. The ePrint function is a built-in characteristic available in the latest HP printers and it is compared to the Chrome’s new feature. With the ePrint feature, the printers are assigned with an email ID to a particular user whom you want to send documents and that can be added in the print queue.
Presently, there are no Cloud Print based printers available in the market. With the chrome’s beta version, Google has integrated this functionality. Currently, it is only supported by Windows platform; nevertheless, others are expected soon.
Cloud Print is a significant feature associated with Chrome OS. This new operating system is particularly related to transference and this is what precisely what Cloud Print was proposed for, the delegation of printing mechanics.
The two major and leading e-booksellers are now standing in front of each other. As soon as Google’s e-book store and applications were launched, Amazon also came up with an idea of launching a desktop e-reader application.
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ook application; all these applications are related to
the Google eBook store venture. Presently, the prime player in the field of e-bookselling is Amazon. Amazon itself introduced a large number of features with Google. Both the companies even worked together until Google made an announcement. The next venture of Google is going to be the largest online portal in the list of gigantic inventories.
Most importantly, Google issued a statement that is based on a software strategy. A large number of applications that support Android devices, laptop/desktop Web browsers, the iPod Touch, the iPad, the iPhone, along with the two particular e-book readers, the Sony Reader and the Nook. Other e-bookers can also easily access and view the books from the Google Book store in two formats such as PDF or ePub formats.
Amazon, in the end, on its part announced its own and unique desktop Web e-reader, the beta version was being launched from September, and according to Amazon, the advanced version will be available in the next few months.
Google already has cleared the terms and conditions along with the policies that are somewhat same as of Microsoft Windows Live. The Google Book Store contains free and tagged books and some of their parts can be reviewed. Google has also stated them as Google Books and all users can easily access the books on the Google eBooks Store. Google is even trying to get the e-book store linked with the Google checkout. Google Checkout is an online payment system that is offered by Google for purchasing its products and services over the Web. All the services can be easily accessed by browsing through Books.Google.com.
Google is adopting an approach that is adjustable and simpler as well.
With the fierce war among the Internet browsers, Firefox has also announced to take a giant step ahead by deciding to launch a super duper speed browser version 4.0 in this year. With the advent of HTML 5 which is going to be the future of standard web technologies and plugins, Mozilla Firefox is planning to give full control of the browser to its users. The beta version will be available to the users in coming July of 2010 whereas the final version would be available by the end of this year.
Firefox 3.7 version is due in this month which has been already re-branded as 3.6.4. The coming versions has some improvements like crashing, support of some additional plugins and also reduce the starting speed. Firefox is the one of the most popular browsers in this category. The browser used to be only direct competitor for Internet Explorer but after Google Chrome and Safari coming in the market, Firefox and Internet Explorer lost their market shares. Every browser is positioned as the fastest browser in the world so we cannot say Firefox will meet the customer’s expectations or not. Internet explorer is already creating a hype for its version 9. Firefox 4.0 beta version is expected to release in coming few months.
Chrome is the fastest and greatest growing web browser until now; where as Microsoft IE is losing the market share.
Google chrome had a market share of 6.13%, which has increased to 6.73% and that, is approximately 10% in a single month. Microsoft Internet Explorer experienced a substantial and considerable loss in the past few months, dropping its market share from 60.65% to 59.95%. Safari had 4.65% share, which grew by 0.07% and reached 4.72%. Firefox raised from 24.52% to 24.59%, while Opera ended up with a market share of 2.3% in the web browsing market.
Generally, Safari and Firefox remained rather static from the last few years; where as Apple Safari grew too slowly, fluctuation Firefox with minute percentage change. Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer shared the market share, showing strong trends upwards and downwards, respectively.
It has been noted that people are opting for Google chrome, and it is considered quicker than Internet explorer browser. Mostly tech related people are prefer to use chrome whereas for general public Microsoft Internet Explorer is still leading