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Google expands encryption protection in Chrome browser

The search behemoth Google is following Mozilla and Apple in encrypting everyone's search queries, which will be implemented in the next version of Chrome.

Why some websites don't work properly in your favorite browser

It never fails: Sooner or later, all Web users find a site that refuses to work well with their browser of choice. It's easy to blame the developers -- but it's not always their fault.

Google sandboxes Flash in Chrome for OS X

Google has shipped a stronger Flash Player sandbox for the OS X version of Chrome, making good on an August promise to ship a Mac browser better able to ward off exploits of the Adobe software.

Jam with Chrome music app moves band practice online

The app uses HTML5 features such as Web Audio API, Websockets, Canvas and CSS3

on techhive.com

Google's Chrome Remote Desktop sheds beta tag, adds new features

Google peeled off the beta tag from Chrome Remote Desktop, a free Chrome browser-add on that gives you full access to another desktop PC running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.

on pcworld.com

Chrome browser gets tuned for gaming

Google on Tuesday released a Chrome upgrade that improves how the browser renders 3D applications, including mouse-controlled games.

on pcworld.com

Apple updates Brother, Lexmark drivers

Do you like printing and scanning things? Are you running OS X 10.6 or 10.7? Then it's your lucky day--assuming you have Brother or Lexmark hardware connected to your Mac and get excited by printer driver updates.

How to prepare your comic book for printing

After you've finished scanning your art, you need to prepare it for the print run. Adam Berenstain continues his step-by-step account of comic book creation.

How to create a comic book on your Mac

Always wanted to create a comic book or graphic novel? In the first of a two-part series, Adam Berenstain walks you through the steps of scanning and cleaning up your artwork for print.

How to print from an iPad

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If you're going to use the iPad as a real work tool, you'll want to print. There are a couple of ways to do it; Joe Kissell has the low-down on their pros and cons.