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Google Chrome Update Adds Support For The MacBook Pro Touch Bar

07/25/2017, Back in February it was reported that the beta of Google Chrome (back then) had signs of support for the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar. This is great news for Chrome users because so far, Apple’s Safari browser is the only major browser that offers up...

Google Chrome Gets Picture-In-Picture Video Support In Android O

06/26/2017, Given that due to the way our phones are built physically, its software also needs to be configured in such a way that works with the way it has been designed. This also means that in some instances, what we can do on a computer might not necessarily be...

Chrome Will Start Blocking ‘Annoying’ Ads In 2018

06/01/2017, As much as you might hate ads, they are a way for companies and publishers to make money and draw attention to products. Unfortunately sometimes the way some ads are designed can be annoying, which is where ad blockers come in where they block all ads...

Google Chrome For Windows 10 S Might Remain A Dream

05/10/2017, A couple of weeks back, Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 10 S. It’s a new iteration of Windows 10 which will enable Microsoft to effectively compete against Google’s Chrome OS-powered Chromebooks in the education sector. Microsoft is...

Offline Reading Just Got Easier On Chrome For Android

05/09/2017, If you’re the type of person who never really has the time to read articles because you’re busy with work or school, not to worry as there are plenty of apps and tools that helps you save articles for later. However if you’re a Chrome user, you...

Chrome Will Automatically Migrate To 64-Bit On Windows

05/03/2017, If you are a Google Chrome user on Windows and for some reason you have chosen to use the 32-bit version of the browser, it seems that moving forwards you may no longer have the option and will instead be automatically upgraded to the 64-bit version of...

Google Testing Copyless Paste Feature In Chrome For Android

04/24/2017, Back in March it was reported that Google was apparently testing out a feature for Android that would save users a couple of steps when it comes to copying and pasting text. This was done by predicting what users wanted to copy and it would then offer up...

Google Could Build An Ad Blocker Into Chrome

04/19/2017, As Google’s Chrome browser supports extensions, this has led to the creation of a variety of different ad blocking extensions and services. However those extensions may soon no longer be necessary because according to a report from The Wall Street...

Google Wants To Eliminate Page Jumps In Latest Version Of Chrome

04/11/2017, We’re sure that sometimes when browsing the web on your phone, you have encountered an instance where you’re trying to scroll down to the content below, only to have to content on the top like ads or images or headers load later and push whatever...

Chrome For iOS Gets Safari-Like Reading List Functionality

03/14/2017, The other day we reported that it appears that Chrome for iOS was getting a Safari-like Reading List feature, although the update had yet to be released. For those who are curious about the feature, you’ll be pleased to learn that in the latest update...

Chrome For iOS To Get Safari Reading List-Like Feature

03/09/2017, One of the features of Apple’s Safari browser would be its reading list. Basically what this does is that it creates a list of websites and articles that you can save to read at a later time when you’re free. Granted there are other apps and services...

Latest Chrome Beta Adds Support For Touch Bar

02/23/2017, Apple has touted the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar as an extension of the keyboard, as opposed to it being a secondary display. To a certain extent it actually makes sense because if you’re typing and don’t want to break from it to use the touchpad on the...

Chrome Extension Will Prevent Facebook Videos From Autoplaying

02/20/2017, As you might have heard, Facebook recently announced their plans to make changes to how videos are played on its platform. The company has decided that by default, videos will soon start to play automatically with the sound on. Apparently this has been...

Google Blurs The Lines Between Web And Mobile Apps

02/04/2017, These days with such heavy emphasis being placed on mobile, more web developers are starting to make websites more mobile-friendly, whether it be a UI that’s catered to mobile, or turning a website into a web app where it functions like an app, except...