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Google Chrome Proposes 'privacy Sandbox' To Reform Advertising Evils - Cnet

Publisher ad revenue drops 52% when ads aren't targeted, says Google -- whose privacy sandbox idea aims to offer both ad targeting and privacy.
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8 Browser Extensions You Should Remove Now Due To Dataspii

A major security issue has been discovered in a number of browser extensions for both Firefox and Chrome. These browser extensions are harvesting your data, and you should remove them immediately. The extensions are collecting massive amounts of...
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Chrome Will Soon Be Able To Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Compromised

These days, the number of data breaches that we’re hearing about seems to be on the rise, showing us that maybe it is time to retire the password or at least enhance it with added security like 2FA. We imagine that it could be a while before...

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Firefox And Chrome Fight Back Against Kazakhstan's Spying

The Central Asian country’s government has repeatedly threatened to monitor its citizens’ internet activities. Google and Mozilla aren’t having it.
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Microsoft Edge Gets A Beta Channel As Launch Looms Closer

Software giant Microsoft has practically admitted that, after decades, it can no longer really compete in the browser market on its own. Ironically, adopting a Google Chrome base may have, in fact, renewed interest and trust in the Microsoft Edge...
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Yubico Launches Hardware Security Key With Usb-c And Lightning

Swedish company Yubico just launched the YubiKey 5Ci, the world’s first battery-less security key with USB-C and Lightning.Because of its dual-connector design, the 5Ci offers hardware-based authentication to iPhones, iPads, Macs, Windows, Linux,...
Related topics: Mobile Technology, Tablets, Linux

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Aopen Releases The First Rugged Chrome Os Tablet (for Commercial And Industrial Use)

Chrome OS tablets have been a thing since last year, but there still aren’t all that many of them. Acer, Asus, CTL, and Google have released a single model each, and that’s about it for the consumer space. But commercial device maker...
Related topics: Tablets, Acer, Asus, Google

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Android Studio 3.5 Includes Eight Months Of Fixes And Improvements, Chrome Os Support

Android Studio is the main gateway to Android app development, for better or worse, but it’s not known for being particularly fast, or for necessarily working well on lower-end computers. For Android Studio 3.5, Google dedicated eight months...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Google

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Chrome Will Soon Stop Supporting Ftp Connections

We’re not sure how many of you might remember, but back in the day, FTP servers were a popular way to host files online as well as to download them. These days, file hosting and downloading is done in a completely different manner, which is...
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Generous Google Gives Chrome Users Inbox Zero: Sign-in Outage Boots Own Browser Out Of Webmail,...

Baffling bug forces folks to use Safari, IE, etc A bizarre outage left unlucky Chrome users unable to sign into Google services, from Gmail to Google Docs to even Chromebooks, earlier today.…
Related topics: Google, Gmail, Chromebook

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Iframe Clickjacking Countermeasures Appear In Chrome Source Code. And It Only Took *checks...

After inaction, technical changes promise better fraud defense Three years ago, Google software engineer Ali Juma proposed that Chrome should be modified to ignore recently moved iframe elements on web pages as a defense against clickjacking.…
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Apple Safari To Have Tracking Protection That Could Break Some Sites

Web browsers, particularly Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, have lately taken stronger actions against unscrupulous, not to mention potentially illegal, tracking by websites and third parties. Curiously silent is one browser maker who has painted...
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1.5% Of Chrome Users’ Passwords Are Known To Be Compromised, According To Google

In February, a new feature was introduced to the Google Chrome browser which checks whether users' passwords are secure. Now, Google has released eye-opening stats gathered from Password Checkup.
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How To Use Chrome’s Hidden “send Tab To Self” Feature

A new “Send Tab to Self” feature in Google Chrome lets you quickly send tabs between all your Chrome devices. This feature, available via a hidden flag in Google Chrome, is available in the stable version of Chrome today. How It...
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Chrome Add-on Warns Netizens When They Use A Leaked Password. Sometimes, They Even Bother To Change...

Alerted to exposed credentials, users do something about it roughly a quarter of the time Between February and March this year, after Google released a Chrome extension called Password Checkup to check whether people's username and password...
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How To Chromecast From A Mac Computer, For Streaming Media Or Sharing Your Screen On A Tv Or Larger...

It's easy to Chromecast from a Mac computer to stream media to your television or projector.  You can also use Chromecast on a Mac to share the contents of your desktop screen or any Google Chrome tab.  Visit Business Insider's homepage...
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Google Plans To Remove Ftp Support From Chrome

Google Chrome always had a bit of a love-hate relationship when it comes to managing FTP links. The web browser usually downloads the FTP instead of rendering it like other web browsers. However, if you’re using FTP then you might have to look...
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How To Use Virtual Desktops On Chrome Os

Justin Duino Google is finally adding virtual desktops to its repertoire of Chromebook features—something other major operating systems already have—with Chrome OS version 76. The function has been in testing for several months and is...
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Asus Chromebook Flip C434 Review

The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 is a very well-built and attractive laptop for its price. It’s more than fast enough for Chrome OS, has a great keyboard and touchpad, and offers all-day battery life.
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Google Quietly Adds Virtual Desktops To Chromebooks

Google’s Chrome OS 76 rolled out this week with all of Chrome 76’s features and a few special ones for Chrome OS which it shared in its release notes. Unlisted by Google’s official changelog and initially unnoticed among the...
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