Google announced today that it will finally stop supporting its Chrome web browser on Windows 7 and 8.1 in February 2023.
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Ahead of the release of its Pixel Tablet, Google announced that it is adding new productivity features to Chrome for Android on tablets.
Google released an update for its Chrome browser last week to fix a serious zero-day vulnerability.
Google has delayed its plan to replace third-party cookies in Chrome with its new Privacy Sandbox to the second half of 2024.
Chrome OS Flex, Google's free version of Chrome OS that can be installed on any PC and Mac is going out of beta today.
Google is consolidating the user interface of its Password Manager across Chrome and Android and improving password management on other platforms.
Google announced today that it is bringing five major new features to its Chrome web browser on iPhone and iPad.
Google detailed this week some upcoming improvements coming to its Chrome browser with the help of machine learning.
According to a survey by Atlas VPN, Apple Safari now has over one billion users across desktop and mobile.
DuckDuckGo today announced the availability of DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials, a Chrome extension that will block Google Topics and FLEDGE.
Google's new step-by-step Privacy Guide will allow Chrome users to review key privacy and security settings in just a couple of clicks.
Two weeks after it landed in the Beta channel, Microsoft has released Edge version 100 to Stable, making it available to all users.
Microsoft and Google are now joining with other web browser makers to improve compatibility and interoperability.
Google revealed today that a recent initiative to require customers to enable 2-Step Verification (2SV) has been incredibly successful.
For the first time in eight years, Google is changing the icon for Chrome, its flagship web browser. The differences, thankfully, are minor.
Not surprisingly, Brave isn’t the only browser maker unimpressed by Google’s move from FloC to Topics. Now Vivaldi is weighing in, too.
Brave, which has been blocking Google’s FLoC since last April, now says that the new Topics API does nothing to address the problem.
Well, here’s one Google cancelation that shouldn’t upset anyone: Google’s coming Privacy Sandbox will no longer be based on FLoC.
The old joke is that Microsoft Edge, like Internet Explorer before it, is only used once by most users, to download Google Chrome. But it’s no joke.
Google has agreed to create its upcoming Privacy Sandbox “with regulatory oversight and input” from the UK CMA.
In addition to delivering major Photoshop updates on desktop and iPad, Adobe today announced it is bringing Photoshop to the web.
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.
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.