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Chrome will now warn you if your password's been stolen as soon as you type it in
Unless you're a super conscientious internet user with password managers and two-factor authentication out the wazoo, it's highly likely you're still using a couple of logins that have been
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Chrome will now let you know if your password has been stolen
A new feature that Google is baking directly into its Chrome browser will ostensibly help all of us stay much safer when surfing the web. As explained in a new company blog post today penned by Google
New Chrome security upgrades, password protections, and new profile design
Google just announced upgrades coming to the Chrome browser that will make your online life easier and safer.
Chrome M79 Will Deliver Cross-Web Security Changes & Features
Google is now rolling out even more user-facing features to Chrome, set to land over the course of milestone version M79. Developed, at least in part, by the Google Safety Engineering Center hub in
Chrome 79 arrives with password warnings, real-time phishing protection, and WebXR Device API
Google Chrome 79 brings built-in warnings about compromised passwords, real-time phishing protection, and the WebXR Device API.
Auto-Delete Your Firefox Browsing History With History Cleaner
I often recommend Firefox over Google Chrome when it comes to user privacy, but despite the legitimate concerns over how much data Google collects on its users, the company has become pretty good
15 best Android browsers for surfing whatever website you want!
We browse the web more than we do almost anything else so you should get a good browser. Here are the best Android browsers!
How to Watch Picture-in-Picture Videos in Firefox and Chrome
Thanks to the most recent Firefox update, Mozilla’s browser is finally on par with the picture-in-picture capabilities of Google Chrome. PiP, as it’s commonly known, allows you to watch a video while
Future Chromebooks Will Support USB4 Sooner Rather Than Later
Future Chromebooks will support the latest standard in USB technology, USB4, soon if recently discovered changes in the underlying code base are any indication. Specifically, a commit spotted in the
20 Chrome tips and tricks you should know about
These Chrome for Android tips and tricks shed light on features that could improve your browsing experience!
An essential guide to Google Chrome’s most useful shortcuts
What really unleashes Google Chrome’s power is its keyboard shortcuts.
Google Is Killing Cloud Print, Steps Toward Local Printing
As of January 1, 2021, users who rely on Google Cloud Print will need to find another printing solution, following Google indicating it will be killing service December 31, 2020. That's according to
Use Google Assistant to Buy Movie Tickets Quickly
Android users can now have Google Assistant buy movie tickets and reserve seats for them, thanks to a new Google Duplex feature that makes it possible for the AI to access and navigate Chrome webpages
Stadia Might Be Right For You, But It's Not For Me
There's been a lot of talk recently on who Stadia is right for. While that debate will go on, it's not right for me. Yes, Stadia seems like a great product if it's a good fit for you. Yes, you can now
5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly
The 292nd Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about Disney+, Google's medical data collection, and more news!
Get A Second Smartphone Screen & Chromebook In One With CastAway Case
Both second-screen and Chromebook functionality can now be had in a single smartphone thanks to a new device called the castAway case. Created by a group comprised of former HP, Microsoft, Dell, and
Apple Exec Says Chromebooks Are "Cheap," Won't Help Kids Succeed
Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller has spoken out against Chromebooks rising education sector market via an interview, calling the devices "cheap." The executive went on to imply that the
Google Chrome may soon name and shame websites that take forever to load
Google is considering slapping slow-loading websites with a speed warning badge in Chrome.
Frustrated by slow websites? Google Chrome may have a solution
It's no fun waiting for a slow website to load, so Google is planning a badge system that warns users when a page is likely to take a long time to show. It's hoped the system will also nudge
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Does Your Website Load Slowly? Google Chrome May Start Punishing You With a Label Warning Users About the Wait
If you haven't checked your website's speed lately, do it now.