Google released Chrome 77 almost ten days ago, but today they’re discussing features coming over the next several weeks.
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Google announced today that Chrome 77 is now available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS.
Thanks to the open-source nature of Chromium, Microsoft has had its first major and positive impact on Chrome, Google’s web browser.
Months after releasing it as an extension, Google revealed that it will simply build its Password Checkup into the Chrome browser.
Starting next year, Google will provide Android users with a choice of five search providers to comply with an EU antitrust ruling.
Google has released Chrome 76, the latest version of its web browser, adding a new PWA install experience and other features.
Google is improving the way it deals with payment methods on Chrome with improved Google Pay integration.
Responding to the controversy around a pending change to Chrome, Google this week said it is not killing ad-blockers.
The next major version of Google Chrome will display an install button when a Progressive Web App (PWA) is available.
I’m plenty-busy here in Seattle for Microsoft Build, but I wanted to at least provide a quick rundown of today’s Google I/O announcements
Those using the Premium version of Grammarly now have a new tool that will catch inconsistencies in spelling, punctuation, and formatting.
A software developer has identified a simple exploit in the mobile version of Google Chrome that can be used for phishing attacks.
The Windows version of Chrome 74 does not include a Dark mode as was originally expected.
An ex-Mozillan has penned a lengthy series of tweets in which he describes Google’s efforts to undercut the Firefox web browser.