Google has just Updated the stable release of Google Chrome Browser to version 24.0.1312.52 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.
The New Update brings some speed improvements, Security fixes, MathML support and update Adobe Flash to (188.8.131.52). Head to "Menu" -> "About Google Chrome" to update.
Chrome 24 Change-log:
•[$1000]  High CVE-2012-5145: Use-after-free in SVG layout. Credit to Atte Kettunen of OUSPG.
•[$4000]  High CVE-2012-5146: Same origin policy bypass with malformed URL. Credit to Erling A Ellingsen and Subodh Iyengar, both of Facebook.
•[$1000]  High CVE-2012-5147: Use-after-free in DOM handling. Credit to José A. Vázquez.
• Medium CVE-2012-5148: Missing filename sanitization in hyphenation support. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Justin Schuh).
• High CVE-2012-5149: Integer overflow in audio IPC handling. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Chris Evans).
• High CVE-2012-5150: Use-after-free when seeking video. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Inferno).
 Medium CVE-2012-5152: Out-of-bounds read when seeking video. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Inferno).
• High CVE-2012-5153: Out-of-bounds stack access in v8. Credit to Andreas Rossberg of the Chromium development community.
•[Windows only]  Low CVE-2012-5154: Integer overflow in shared memory allocation. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Chris Evans).
•[Mac only]  Medium CVE-2012-5155: Missing Mac sandbox for worker processes. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Julien Tinnes).
• High CVE-2012-5156: Use-after-free in PDF fields. Credit to Mateusz Jurczyk, with contribution from Gynvael Coldwind, both of Google Security Team.
•  Medium CVE-2012-5157: Out-of-bounds reads in PDF image handling. Credit to Mateusz Jurczyk, with contribution from Gynvael Coldwind, both of Google Security Team.
• High CVE-2013-0828: Bad cast in PDF root handling. Credit to Mateusz Jurczyk, with contribution from Gynvael Coldwind, both of Google Security Team.
• High CVE-2013-0829: Corruption of database metadata leading to incorrect file access. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Jüri Aedla).
•[Windows only]  Low CVE-2013-0830: Missing NUL termination in IPC. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Justin Schuh).
• Low CVE-2013-0831: Possible path traversal from extension process. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Tom Sepez).
• Medium CVE-2013-0832: Use-after-free with printing. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Cris Neckar).
• Medium CVE-2013-0833: Out-of-bounds read with printing. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Cris Neckar).
• Medium CVE-2013-0834: Out-of-bounds read with glyph handling. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Cris Neckar).
• Low CVE-2013-0835: Browser crash with geolocation. Credit to Arthur Gerkis.
 High CVE-2013-0836: Crash in v8 garbage collection. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Cris Neckar).
• Medium CVE-2013-0837: Crash in extension tab handling. Credit to Tom Nielsen.
•[Linux only]  Low CVE-2013-0838: Tighten permissions on shared memory segments. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Chris Palmer).
Who owns a Google TV ? Google has proven itself to be a company that knows when to cut its losses with a product, so that alone makes us feel like Google thinks the set-top box war is one that it can win. Google announced that it will be showing off more Google TV boxes at CES this year, and will be pushing functionality like voice command and the new PrimeTime guide.
Year by year Google TV looks cooler and cooler with the Android UI, but every year it has the same problem as well. There is one big problem with the idea that Google has: cable providers have absolutely no interest in supporting the product.
The new Google TVs are planned to come from traditional hardware partners LG, Visio, and Sony, as well as new partners Asus, Hisense, TCL and others. In addition to pushing the voice command features, there is also a new PrimeTime guide. Check out the Demo Below!
Google Maps for iOS has been pretty big news over the past week. It was released to critical praise, and jumped to the top spot in the iTunes App Store in just 7 hours. The release was so big that there were even reports that Apple execs were "seething" over it all. Well, they aren't likely to be too happy about this news either: Google Maps apparently saw 10 million downloads in its first 2 days on the App Store.
Jeff Huber, Google's senior VP for Geo and Commerce made the following statement :
We're excited for the positive reception of Google Maps for iPhone around the world. Congratulations to the Maps Team on the recognition for the passion and hard work they poured into it, for this release and over the last 7+ years.
Google has just updated its Google+ Android App with Huge improvements and New features, Google+ network is growing everyday and Google want all its Social Network users to stay connected with the best way possible through their Smartphones.
The Update adds Google Now Integration to the Google+ App, also Google added a lockscreen widget do you can check your circles and communities update without unlock your Smartphone, Here is the Full List of Changes:
- New photo capabilities: now with Instant Upload you can back up as much as 5GB of your images. Photo Sphere panoramas are also now viewable on devices running Android 2.2.
- Events and communities: the mobile Google+ application now supports communities. You can also send out messages to individual guests for events.
- Hangouts: Now you only need a 150KB connection to start a hangout! Great news as you might be able to start a hangout even after you run out of your data allowance, on throttled speeds.
- General tweaks: you can now quickly edit your profile, get a gentle notice for new posts and animated emoticons.
Google self-driving car has fascinated our minds with its technological promise since being introduced in 2010. But yesterday, the self-driving car touched our hearts. Google posted a video of the self-driving car taking a legally blind man for a spin, showing one of the possibilities and benefits that could come from the technology.
"Where this would change my life is to give me the independence and the flexibility to go to the places I both want to go and need to go when I need to do those things," - Steve Mahan says.
The self-driving car takes Mahan to Taco Bell for a quick meal and a dry cleaner to pick up his clothes.
"Look, Ma, no hands," Mahan says. "No hands, no feet."
Google said the drive took place on a carefully programmed route and showed one of the possibilities that self-driving cars could offer.
"There is much left to design and test, but we have now safely completed more than 200,000 miles of computer-led driving, gathering great experiences and an overwhelming number of enthusiastic supporters," - Google said in the post