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155 articles

Chrome 50 promises more reliable push notifications and faster page loading

Chrome 50 has been released to the stable channel and promises to deliver more reliable push notifications and faster page loading times.
by Kris CarlonApril 14, 201614

Google (re)attempts to defeat deceptive download buttons and ads

Google is expanding the scope of its Safe Browsing "social engineering" defences even further, by tackling deceptive download ads. And this time, it actually seems to be working.
by Kris CarlonApril 13, 201622

How to speed up Chrome for Android

Speed and power can be limited by hardware capabilities, but there are a few tricks that will speed up your Chrome browser.
by Edgar CervantesMarch 29, 201627

Netflix Party syncs up streaming for long distance movie dates

Netflix Party is a Chrome extension that lets you chat and watch movies in sync with your far-away friends.
by John DyeMarch 28, 20162

The Chrome app launcher is getting the boot on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Let’s be honest. The Chrome app launcher was always a little bit awkward. I mean, you had to use two clicks to do anything - even just launch vanilla Chrome.
by John DyeMarch 23, 201616

Chrome for Android no longer merging apps and tabs by default

Chrome for Android no longer merges apps and tabs together by default, which will likely be a welcome change for many of us.
by Andrew GrushMarch 17, 201631

Chrome app getting pausable, cancelable downloads

In a wait-we-didn’t-already-have-that? move, Chrome is adding Pause and Cancel functionality to their downloads.
by John DyeMarch 14, 20164

Chrome for Android will let you interact with nearby smart objects

Google is bringing support for Physical Web to Chrome for Android. The feature has been available on Chrome for iOS since last summer and now Google is finally opening it up to its own ...
by Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 11, 20162

How to manage your saved passwords in Chrome for Android

This guide will show you how to access and enable Chrome for Android's basic password manager feature and perform simple actions.
by Preetam NathFebruary 8, 20163

Have you checked out Chrome’s Material Design makeover yet? Here’s how to do it

Google's own web browser, Chrome, is finally getting a Material Design makeover. But with a browser this minimal, there's not too much you can change.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 1, 201619
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