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Chrome For Android’s Data Saver Mode Updated To Be More Efficient

12/01/2015, Considering that the web is much richer these days when it comes to multimedia content compared to back in the day, this also means that the amount of data we consume is significantly more. For those who aren’t on unlimited data plans, this means that...

Chrome Extension Blocks Star Wars Spoilers

11/24/2015, It is impossible to avoid spoilers on the internet, whether it’s an article you’re reading that gives something up or a friend that’s deliberately posting spoilers on Facebook. This is a battle that many of us are familiar with but...

Chrome For Android & iOS Now Has 800M Monthly Active Users

11/17/2015, According to data released by the US government’s Digital Analytics Program, it has been suggested that Google’s Chrome browser is the most popular web browser. This was back in March 2015 so safe to say that the numbers have changed, but it is...

Chrome For iOS Blocks Third-Party Keyboards Due To iOS 9 Bugs

11/17/2015, Ever since Apple announced iOS 8, we have started to see many third-party keyboards make their way into the iTunes App Store, something that Android users have been enjoying for many years now. Unfortunately it seems that due to the various bugs found in...

Security Vulnerability In Chrome For Android Discovered

11/15/2015, As much as developers try to make their apps as secure as possible, from time to time there will be flaws discovered. Sometimes these flaws aren’t particularly serious, but sometimes they can be pretty bad. Recently during the PacSec conference in...

Chrome For iOS Gets 3D Touch Support

11/15/2015, Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers out there and since many of us use multiple devices these days it’s common to use a browser of choice across all of those devices. If your browser of choice happens to be Google Chrome and you own an...

Chrome Updates For Windows XP, Vista To Be Discontinued

11/10/2015, It looks like more lean times are about to arrive for Windows XP and Vista users, as Google has just announced that the Chrome browser updates will be discontinued in due time. Of course, this does not mean that the browser will no longer work – it...

Chrome Extension Adds “I’m Feeling Lucky” Button To YouTube

11/06/2015, Google search has a “I’m feeling lucky” button. For those who have never tried to use this button, what happens is that you type in something you’re looking for, press the button, and Google will take you straight away to the website that best...

Chrome Canary Lets You Open Links As A Different User

10/28/2015, One of the perks of using Google Chrome is that you can sign into the browser, meaning that your browsing history, bookmarks, extensions, and settings will be saved and remembered. This means that when you access Chrome from your phone or another...

Chrome For iOS Updated With Support For iOS 9’s Multitasking

10/22/2015, When iOS 9 was announced, one of the features that Apple had boasted about was the ability for their larger iOS devices, such as iPads, to take advantage of multitasking features such as Split View and Picture-in-Picture, which for those unfamiliar...

This 16-character Text Will Crash Google Chrome

09/22/2015, Remember a few months ago there was a bug in Apple’s iMessages in which if you sent a particular string of characters, it would cause the person’s Messages app to crash, or in some cases even force a reboot of the phone. Turns out that Google’s...

Android Chrome Users Can Now Receive Facebook Notifications

09/15/2015, One of the perks of using apps like the Facebook app is that you get to receive notifications when someone tags you, replies your comment, comments on your photo, and etc. However receiving such notifications while browsing Facebook in your Chrome app on...

Microsoft Edge Actively Discourages Users From Chrome & Firefox

09/04/2015, Microsoft Edge is the new browser that comes bundled with Windows 10. It’s a great browser if you have ever used it. It also shows how far Microsoft has come from their Internet Explorer days. However it seems that Microsoft wants you to love the Edge...