Google will release Chrome 93 later today, but for now, the online giant is highlighting some probable future features, now available in the Beta channel.
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While traveling this past week, I noticed that Momentum Plus, the paid New Tab extension that I use, added a new Soundscapes feature.
This evening, Google announced a new and more detailed timeline for implementing its Privacy Sandbox, which includes FLoC and Fledge.
Google announced the release of Chrome 92 today, which arrives with new privacy protection and battery-saving features.
Google’s modern replacement for third-party cookies, called the Privacy Sandbox, has been delayed from 2022 to 2023.
Back in March, Google said that it would move Chrome to a new 4-week release cycle. Today, it explained how and when it will do so.
After a year-long test in which it received nothing but complaints from users, Google has given up on automatic URL shortening in Chrome.
The makers of the world’s most popular web browsers are teaming up to improve the security and usability of browser extensions.
It’s the technology that just won’t die, and for good reason: It works. So now Chrome is going to surface RSS feeds on websites to make it easier to follow them.
Google Chrome is expanding on the web browser’s password safety features by automatically fixing compromised passwords for you.
Google has announced the release of Chrome OS 90, which brings several useful new features to Chromebook users.
DuckDuckGo announced yesterday that it has updated its web browser extension to block Google's new FLoC tracking method in Chrome.
Microsoft and Google announced today that they are partnering to identify and fix the top incompatibility issues on the web.
A new Chrome feature called Live Caption leverages machine learning to bring captions to content across platforms on the web.
Google announced today that it will shorten the Chrome release schedule from every six weeks to every four weeks.
Google today acknowledged that the proliferation of advertising-based tracking on the web has eroded the trust of its users.
With the shift to web-based computing, it is perhaps not surprising that hackers are increasingly exploiting web browsers. And there is no browser more popular than Chrome.
Though it still doesn’t identify itself as a Progressive Web App (PWA), Google Calendar for web now supports a basic offline mode, but only for Workspace customers.
Google has begun rolling out Chrome 88 this week. Key among the improvements is a set of updates to password management and protection.
Microsoft Authenticator can now provide password management and autofill capabilities on mobile, so you can protect synced passwords with your Microsoft account.
The Chrome team announced today that it is bringing Play Billing to Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), allowing web developers to sell digital goods and subscriptions.
Google announced last night that it will now support Chrome on Windows 7 through January 2022, an extension of 6 months.
Google today announced Chrome 87, which it says offers major performance and efficiency improvements on desktop and mobile.
Mozilla relies on Google for most if not all of its revenues, so the firm is predictably worried about the search giant’s antitrust issues.
Google has announced the availability of Chrome 85, which adds several new tabs-related features to the popular web browser.
Grammarly announced a major expansion of its add-in for Google Docs that adds a new sidebar and goal-setting panel, plus support for Grammarly Premium features.