Google this week said that it would work to close the functional gap between native apps and web apps.
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Google will expand the protection functionality in Chrome and start blocking all ads on known-abusive websites.
Qualcomm is allegedly working on an ARM version of the Google Chrome web browser for Windows 10 on ARM.
You can now install progressive web apps as regular apps in Windows 10 with Chrome.
Google takes actions to prevent malicious extensions on Chrome.
Google has released an overly-glib public explanation for why it silently started forcing users to sign-in to Chrome.
Suddenly, Chrome is forcing users who sign in to Google's services to sign-in to the browser as well.
With Chrome hitting the ten-year mark this past week, Google is moving aggressively to future-proof its web browser.
A massive Google Chrome update has arrived.
While we've been able to enable the Material Design Refresh in Chrome for months, this new interface will become the default in early September.
Google updates Chrome to use Windows 10's native notifications system.
Google makes its Chrome browser available on Daydream headsets with new update.
With the release of Chrome 68, Google is starting to roll-out a user experience refresh based on Material Design 2.
Google has been slowly moving the desktop version of its Chrome web browser to Material Design 2 all year.
To mitigate the Spectre processor vulnerabilities, Google Chrome now uses an additional 10 to 13 percent more RAM.
Google has released Chrome 67 on Windows, Mac, and Linux, adding better support for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs).
Microsoft Edge still provides better battery life than Google Chrome in Windows 10 version 1803. But the gap is closing.
Google's Chrome browser could soon start using Windows 10's Action Center for notifications instead of Google's own custom notifications.
Google will turn on the so-called "ad-blocker" in its Chrome web browser tomorrow. But this company is working hand-in-hand with advertisers.
I'm fascinated to see that 2017 is ending on a controversy for which I had long ago found a solution.
Google is cracking down on terrible web ads it once helped create with the upcoming built-in ad-blocker for Chrome, coming this February.
Google now has a Chrome installer on the Microsoft Store that's supposed to install Chrome on your Windows 10 computer, but don't waste your time.