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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...

Chrome Gets Even Faster Now

09/03/2015, Chrome is Google’s web browser that is fast – at least in my user experience, that is, as opposed to the other browsers that are in the market. Well, this is because speed happens to be one of the founding principles of Chrome. The most recent...

Google Chrome Will Freeze Non-Important Flash Files In The Future

08/27/2015, It is no secret that Adobe’s Flash is no longer the web darling that it once used to be. In fact the recent discovery of Flash zero-day vulnerabilities has led to browsers such as Firefox blocking all Flash content, and seeing major websites such as...

Google’s Chrome To Stop Background Tab Autoplay

08/27/2015, Google’s Chrome browser is definitely one of the more popular ones in the market at the moment, but this does not mean that it is perfect, as it has its fair share of flaws, too. However, my personal experience with Chrome has been better than Windows...

Firefox Will Soon Be Able To Use Chrome Extensions

08/21/2015, The additional features that you can add to Google’s Chrome browser, such as password managers, ad blockers, and so on are called extensions. Mozilla’s Firefox browser calls them add-ons and it is one of the features that made Firefox so popular back...

Chrome On Mac Might Have Just Gotten Faster

08/20/2015, It is no secret that Google’s Chrome browser on Mac computers isn’t the best performing browser out there. In fact a recent test revealed that Chrome is still a battery drain on Macs and that using Safari could actually give you an hour more in terms...

Google Aware Of Chrome Issue In Windows 10 Build 10525

08/19/2015, While Windows 10 might have already been released to the masses, there are still plenty of users who are running the Insider preview. In fact if you are using Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10525, you might be familiar with an issue that is plaguing the...

Google Testing Material Design Toolbar For Chrome

08/17/2015, For those who are unfamiliar, Material Design is a new design language that Google has adopted in quite a number of its apps and services, such as the recent overhauled Google Hangouts app. Material Design is a lot flatter compared to Google’s previous...

EFF Introduces Browser Extension That Blocks Spying Ads

08/07/2015, In case you didn’t already know, there are many websites out there that track you and your behavior online. This isn’t so much about spying on you to see if you’re up to no good, but more about collecting data and statistics that can also be used...