Today, March 5, 2013, many users reports are circulating Twitter and other social media, that their Chrome browser do not let them open some Japanese websites, including major ones. The sites alleged by Google includes a national newspaper Mainichi.jp, a popular music ranking site Oricon Style, MyNavi News, one of the most popular 2-channel summary… Continue reading Google Chrome Browser Blocks Several Major Japanese Sites As Potential Malware Distributors
A Japanese blogger ndruger made a single-page browser action game only using the latest CSS. You need to catch 101 cows by clicking. Only the latest versions of Chrome/Safari can run this game. Firefox/IE are not supported.
Google Japan launches a new service “Chrome Music Mixer” [J] to promote Google Chrome browser. # may only play inside Japan You may choose four tracks of music video from a lot of prepared sessions, let them play on four YouTube windows. Step 1: choose the main track from five – telephone talk, steel pans,… Continue reading Chrome Music Mixer – Google Japan Lets You Mix “Happy Birthday”
A Japanese blogger Mamipeko made a geeky challenge [J] on a nail art shop [J] in Ebisu, central Tokyo. Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer on her nails, The shop painter lady only knew “e” icon unfortunately. The one most took time to finish was Firefox. Google Chrome and Apple Safari are there, too. Thanks for… Continue reading Browser Nail Art By A Geek Japanese Girl
Google held “Google Developer Day 2009“, an annual conference introducing a number of technology trends that the company had recently developed, in Yokohama on Tuesday and started with a keynote speech made by its Tokyo office president Koichiro Tsujino[J]. Following Tsujino’s expressing his appreciation for a large participation in the event, the company’s senior product… Continue reading Google Developer Day 2009 Yokohama