Tag Archives: Chrome

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Android vs Apple iOS smartphones

Mobile browser war: Apple vs Android

Akamai’s latest State of the Internet report shows which mobile browser is winning the usage war.

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Google Chrome to warn users against websites not using HTTPS

Beginning in January 2017, Chrome will mark HTTP sites that transmit passwords or credit card details as non-secure.

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New Google Chrome faster and more battery-friendly

Google’s new version of Chrome includes new payment features and performance improvements.

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Google Cast now built into Chrome

Google Cast is now built into Chrome, which means anyone can Cast with ease.

Google Chrome

Chrome will start to block Flash

Starting next month, Google Chrome will begin to block Flash in favour of HTML5.

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Chrome 52 for Android released

Chrome 52 for Android has been released and will be available in Google Play over the next few days.

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Google Chrome for virtual reality in development

The latest development and testing branches of Chrome have received features to support virtual reality.

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Why Microsoft Edge is better than Chrome and Firefox

Microsoft has detailed why its Edge browser is better than Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.

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Big Google Chrome security bug fixed

Google has patched a Chrome security bug that allowed cyber criminals to execute code and take over your system.

Google Chrome logo on wall

New Google Chrome for Android

Chrome 51 for Android has been released and is available from the Google Play store.

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