Windows, Mac, and Linux users will notice a new Google browser update is available: a stable upgrade to Chrome 65. The version was announced today on Google’s blog and presents a host of improvements, fixes, and enhancements. According to the blog post, the update includes forty-five security fixes that developers helped Google isolate and respond […]
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Google has a new addition to its Chrome Music Lab project called Song Maker, in honor of the National Association for Music Education’s Music In Our Schools Month. As with previous Music Lab experiments, there are no apps to download or software to install to get started. Users simply need to navigate to ‘g.co/songmaker’ from […]
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It seems like Chrome Canary just received a new feature, and it’s called ‘Chrome Duplex’. Now, we’ve recently reported that the ‘Chrome Home’ option in both Chrome Canary and Chrome Beta has disappeared, although, we still do not know whether it disappeared because it’s ready to be rolled out to a stable version of Chrome, […]
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Google will start killing ads it deems annoying starting today, using its very own Chrome browser, and it seems like quite a few critics arrived at Google’s doorstep because of such move, some of which we’ll talk about in this article. Before we start, however, it is worth noting that Google first started talking about […]
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One of the bigger news stories to be emerging this week is how Google is now rolling out its long-awaited and highly-reported on ‘ad blocker’ for Chrome. While the feature is not due to go live until February 15 Google has been releasing a number of statements on the topic to further help both end […]
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Google’s Chrome browser will be hitting version 68 on the stable channel in July of this year, and when it drops, it’s going to be labeling all non-encrypted, HTTP-based webpages as insecure. This means that users will see an exclamation point in the address bar, as shown in the picture below, and a warning that […]
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Chrome OS will soon support external display size adjustment options for people who have an external display connected to their Chromebook. The new setting, which is currently being worked on by the Chrome OS team, will be found in the settings menu under the display settings sub-menu, and after users click on the separate tab […]
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Google’s new Home Max smart speaker appeared briefly on the company’s search homepage and in the new tab page in Chrome yesterday, February 2, in an advertisement. That may not seem surprising on the surface since Google is, after all, an advertising company first and foremost. However, it is actually a bit unusual for the […]
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Security researchers from Trend Micro have recently announced the discovery of malicious extensions that allow attackers to direct traffic to advertisements, track online activities, and introduce cryptocurrency mining codes. The malicious extensions are dubbed as Droidclub extensions, and the add-ons are also capable of recording the personal information of the user. The Droidclub addons, according […]
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