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Chrome 48 For iOS Is Faster And More Stable

01/27/2016, While Chrome might be the default browser on the desktop for many, when it comes to iOS devices, some users might choose to use Safari simply because Apple’s default browser for iOS is noticeably faster and more stable than the Chrome app for mobile....

Firefox Finally Gets Push Notifications

01/26/2016, One of the most popular internet browsers is finally getting a feature that many have been waiting for. The Google Chrome web browser has had the ability to send push notifications for quite some time now and Firefox users will be delighted to find out...

Google’s Brotli Data Compression Could Be Coming To Chrome

01/20/2016, Last year in September, Google announced that they have developed a new algorithm called Brotli. This algorithm is supposed to help with data compression on the web, meaning that things will load faster while saving data, which might come especially...

This Bug Makes Chrome’s Incognito Mode Not-So-Private Anymore

01/13/2016, Want some privacy while browsing the web, at least from people you might share a computer with? Browsers like Google’s Chrome comes with an Incognito Mode which is supposed to help you with that. However it turns out that maybe Incognito Mode might not...

Google Working On Making Chrome Tab Casting Extension-Free

01/13/2016, The Chromecast is a nifty little gadget from Google that transforms your TV into a smart TV, it only needs to have an HDMI port, everything else is handled by the dongle. Aside from providing access to apps, games and streaming media services the dongle...

Chrome Extension Will Block Stories About Donald Trump

12/30/2015, Donald Trump has certainly been making headlines with a lot of things that he’s been saying. For example, he claims to want to shut off the internet which is actually one of the less extreme things he’s said in recent times. Not everyone is a fan of...

AVG’s Chrome Extension Security Flaw Left Millions At Risk

12/29/2015, It seems that if you have been using AVG’s Web TuneUp Chrome extension, there is a good chance that you could have been exposed. For those who don’t use or who are unfamiliar with the Web TuneUp extension, basically what it does is it basically flags...

Google Enables Chrome’s Safe Browsing On Android By Default

12/07/2015, One of the features of Google’s Chrome browser on the desktop is its safe browsing feature. If you do use Chrome on your desktop you might be familiar with the feature where if you visit an unsafe website, a huge red warning will appear informing you of...

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...