It was over two years ago when Google announced Gears, which promised to make Google services—and potentially lots more—available offline. Since then the project has moved at a creep, all but stalling entirely. Gears, it seems, has died. »12/01/09 10:14am 12/01/09 10:14am
Nobody knows exactly what Google's forthcoming Chrome OS will look or act like, but we've got a pretty good idea of what they're going for. Here's how to live out Google's online-only OS vision, right now »8/15/09 2:00pm 8/15/09 2:00pm
Google Gears, the gears that power the tubes (really a browser plug-in that
lets you work in web apps offline »10/22/08 10:30am 10/22/08 10:30am) has been updated with enhanced , so now developers can "securely locate users to within 200m accuracy" in hundreds of cities in either IE, Firefox, Safari or Chrome, and soon, Opera. Sorta kinda like , which …
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