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Chrome 56 Adds Support For FLAC Playback

01/12/2017, For audiophiles out there, hardware isn’t the only thing that they look at when trying to piece together the perfect sound system. There are things like room acoustics to take into considerable, cables (some believe gold plated cables offer the best...

Google Keep For Chrome Gets Android’s Doodling Feature

12/19/2016, Just like Apple’s Notes app on iOS, Google Keep has similarly evolved over the years. It started out as a simple note-taking app, but like we said, it evolved and gained more editing skills where there is advanced search, bookmarking, OCR images, and...

Chrome Extension Will Fact-Check Donald Trump’s Tweets

12/16/2016, President-elect Donald Trump is no stranger when it comes to making pretty controversial tweets, typically choosing to say what’s on his mind. However from time to time, some of his tweets have proven to be factually inaccurate which can be problematic...

Google Details How It’s Going To Phase Out Flash From Chrome

12/11/2016, Google announced earlier this year that it’s eventually going to phase out Adobe Flash with HTML5 by default to provide Chrome users with a safer and more power-efficient experience. It has been reminding us of its intention to follow through on...

Chrome 55 For Android Comes With Offline ‘Downloads’ Feature

12/07/2016, Do you sometimes find yourself bombarded with a ton of articles that you’d like to read but don’t have the time? There are a couple of different apps that can save articles for you to read later. However if you prefer native solutions, you’ll be...

Latest Chrome Update Will Disable Flash Automatically

12/05/2016, It is no secret that Flash has pretty much lost its darling status as a tool for web developers. Heralded back in the day as being a means of bringing new multimedia content onto the web, the protocol has in recent years fallen to the wayside due to a...

College Students Develop Chrome Extension That Identifies Fake News

11/18/2016, A couple of days ago we reported that a Chrome extension had been developed that could weed out fake Facebook news.  The only “problem” with that extension is that it relies on a list that is manually curated, meaning that if the list isn’t updated...

This Chrome Extension Helps Weed Out Fake News On Facebook

11/15/2016, So we know that recently there is a lot of fuss surrounding the publishing of news that are deemed to be fake. Google and Facebook have gotten a lot of flack especially considering that some believe that somehow the fake news allowed President-Elect...

Chrome For Android Could Be Moving Address Bar To The Bottom

11/01/2016, With phone screens being so huge these days, using it with one hand can be rather cumbersome. If you have short thumbs this might be even harder when you’re trying to reach the top part of the phone, like the address bar in the browser. The good news is...

Chrome For Windows Now Loads 15% Faster

10/31/2016, While Chrome is a pretty handy browser due to its integration with Google’s apps and services, if there has been one criticism that has been leveled at it, it would be its speed in which its launch time can sometimes be a bit slow. However given the...

Next Chrome Update Might Halve Memory Consumption

10/10/2016, Google has always been accused of being a memory hog and it’s not like there isn’t any truth to those claims. The company has been working hard to reduce the browser’s RAM consumption and the next update that it’s preparing could...

Latest Version Of Chrome For Android Comes With Improved Data Saver

09/27/2016, While carriers are offering customers more data than they used to, safe to say that this more or less corresponds with the quality of media that we get on the internet these days, meaning that with everyone starting to stream in Full HD, obviously more...

Chrome For Android Getting One Feature You’ve Always Wanted

09/18/2016, Have you ever wished that you were able to continue listening to audio from a video that’s playing in Chrome for Android even if you switched apps? If you do that currently the video stops playing and so does the audio, but Google has listened and...

Android Pay Lands On Mobile Web ‘Soon’

09/08/2016, Google has said that its mobile payments service will finally be up on mobile web “soon,” this means that users will be able to pay for online purchases using Android Pay in the very near future. Google has been working on expanding Android...