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Google's Dart team has announced the release of Dart 1.9 today with new async and await support.
26 March 2015 - Dart 1.9 - 20 Comments
For student developers wishing to get involved with upstream open-source projects this summer and to be paid $5500 USD by Google for the work, there's one week left to apply to participate in this year's Google Summer of Code. Here's some of the most exciting project ideas I've seen thus far.
21 March 2015 - GSoC 2015 Ideas - 3 Comments
GXUI is a new cross-platform user interface library developed at Google for their Go programming language.
18 March 2015 - Go GXUI - 67 Comments
For any students reading Phoronix interested in contributing to open-source projects, it's time to apply for Google's Summer of Code 2015 (GSoC 2015) where you can be financed to work on major free software initiatives over the summer holiday.
16 March 2015 - Google Summer of Code - 7 Comments
Google announced today the release of the Chrome 42 Beta web-browser build.
12 March 2015 - Chrome 42 Beta
Google has finally unveiled a new Chromebook Pixel! This high-end Chromebook starts at $999 USD and packs an Intel Core "Broadwell" processor with a HiDPI screen and up to 12 hours of battery life.
11 March 2015 - Chromebook Pixel 2 - 34 Comments
Google is going to be open-sourcing SageTV, the proprietary DVR/HTPC software Google acquired back in 2011.
11 March 2015 - SageTV Open-Source - 3 Comments
A few days ago it appeared Google began requiring new versions of the Linux kernel for Chrome/Chromium but now that it appears Google intends to continue supporting older versions of the Linux kernel but they've been hitting a bug.
10 March 2015 - Google Browser - 1 Comment
Released this past week was Chrome OS 41 and besides having improved WiFi stability, updates to the guest mode wallpaper, and other changes, some Chrome OS devices have been updated to Google's new "Freon" graphics stack. Freon further removes X11 dependencies from Google's world and will yield performance improvements in the future. Freon isn't based directly on Wayland nor Mir.
8 March 2015 - Chrome OS Freon - 60 Comments
Those using the bleeding-edge version of Google's Chrome/Chromium web-browser are discovering you need to be using a relatively new version of the Linux kernel to avoid issues.
8 March 2015 - Linux 3.16+ - 32 Comments
For student developers looking to do some summer coding, the list of accepted organizations for Google's 2015 Summer of Code initiative has been published.
4 March 2015 - GSoC 2015 - 2 Comments
In a Chromium blog post today, Google is saying goodbye to the SPDY protocol in favor of HTTP/2.
9 February 2015 - SPDY To Leave - 10 Comments
While Chromium is usually quick to advance technology-wise and the Chrome/Chromium developers tend to be caring toward Linux, the support for HiDPI displays with the web-browser on Linux appears to be in bad shape.
25 January 2015 - Chromium - 67 Comments
For those frustrated by the current lack of hardware supporting VP9 encode/decode and the slow decode speed when playing back VP9 content on the CPU, improvements are coming.
23 January 2015 - VP9 Decode - 30 Comments
Google's Chrome web-bowser is now up to version 41 in beta. This newest Chrome beta brings several new developer features.
22 January 2015 - Chrome 41
Google's Chromium team is making it easier to modify the software stack of your Chromebook, boot a Linux distribution from a USB drive, and carry out other tasks.
14 January 2015 - Chromebook Debugging Features - 17 Comments
Google's web browser developers have announced the beta release today of Chrome/Chromium 40.
4 December 2014 - Chromium 40 - 9 Comments
Google is moving towards the final steps in eliminating Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI) plug-in support from the Chrome/Chromium web browser.
24 November 2014 - NPAPI - 18 Comments
Google's Chrome web browser reached version 39 on Tuesday in its stable channel for all supported platforms.
19 November 2014 - Chrome 39 - 16 Comments
Google's Go programming language is five years old and now they've found it time to abandon Mercurial as their revision control system in favor of Git and moving to GitHub.
13 November 2014 - Hg To Git - 4 Comments
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