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Chrome For Android Testing Awful, Cramped Tab Switcher Redesign In Experiment

With just one look at some of Google’s apps — like Google Tasks and even the recently released Google Stadia app — and you can tell they have some of the best UI designs on Android. However, not every Google design is going to be a hit....
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Google

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Castaway Case Turns A Smartphone Into A Dual-screen Device (it’s Also A Phone-sized Chrome Os...

Foldable smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold and dual-screen accessories like LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen have blurred the lines between smartphones and tablets this year. But what if you want to add a second screen to the phone you already have?...
Related topics: Mobile Technology, Tablets, Samsung

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Brave Browser 1.0 Arrives, Bringing Its Privacy-first Ads To Iphones And Ipads - Cnet

The startup wants to rid the web of privacy-invading trackers, but some people sign up just for speed improvements over Chrome.
Related topics: Mobile Technology, Tablets, Startup

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Chrome Will Start Warning You When You Visit A Website That Loads Slowly

The internet is faster and more accessible than ever, but there are still plenty of websites that take far too long to load. Google appears to be just as fed up with these sites as we are, because, on Monday, the Chrome team revealed that it is...
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Chrome Os Will Soon Show When Your Chromebook Will Reach End Of Life

In recent months, we’ve all become more aware of the fact that every Chromebook has a built-in expiration date after which it will no longer receive updates. Likely in an effort to increase transparency, Google is now making information about...
Related topics: Chromebook, Google

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Google Will Identify Fast And Slow Sites On Chrome

When you’re visiting a website on your Chrome browser, sometimes you have to wonder if the site itself is slow or if it’s your internet connection that’s lagging. Google is now working on a plan that will label sites that are slow and also...
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Google Chrome Plans To Notify Users When A Site Loads Slowly

In an effort to push developers to make faster websites, Google Chrome will soon place badges on sites that load slowly.So far, the tech giant hasn’t laid out any specifics, but it says it may showcase sites that load quickly with a green...
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Chrome Experimenting With Indicators That Highlight Fast/slow Site Loading Times

From the start, speed has been a “core principle” of Chrome and one that Google advocates for on the web. Google is now experimenting with loading indicators that inform users how long it typically takes for a site to load. ...
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Chrome Web Apps Will Soon Tout Desktop-like Speed

If web apps are going to truly replace native apps, they'll need the near-instantaneous responsiveness of desktop apps. That appears to be on the horizon, thankfully. Google is unveiling Chrome tools that will help web apps run as quickly as...
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This Week In Security: Bgp Bogons, Chrome Zero Day, And Save Game Attacks

Our own [Pat Whetman] wrote about a clever technique published by the University of Michigan, where lasers can be used to trigger a home assistant device. It’s an interesting hack, and you should go read it. Borrowing IP Addresses We’ve...
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How To Screen Record On Your Chromebook Using A Chrome Extension

To screen record on your Chromebook, you'll first have to download a Chrome extension. There are several extensions you can use to screen record on your Chromebook, including Loom, Screencastify, and Screen Recorder. Here's how to screen record on...
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Mozilla: Isps Are Lying About Encrypted Dns, Should Have Privacy Practices Investigated

In a bid to avoid losing access to the cash cow that is your daily browsing data, ISPs like Comcast have been lying about Google and Mozilla's quest to encrypt DNS data. The effort would effectively let Chrome and Mozilla users opt in to DNS...
Related topics: Comcast, Google, Computer Security

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Picture-in-picture Support For Youtube Comes To Chrome Os 78

The latest version of Chrome OS, version 78, adds picture-in-picture support to its YouTube Android app, as well as improving printer support, and introduces tweaks to the Chrome OS’s settings menus. Early reports tell us that YouTube’s...
Related topics: Youtube, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Printers

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How To Disable Tab Hover Cards In Chrome 78

Google Chrome 78 arrived on desktops last month, and Chrome OS 78 is rolling out today, each bringing a variety of new features. However, Google also included change to hovering over tabs that some are finding annoying. Here’s how to disable...
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Microsoft Has Big Plans For Its New Edge Browser

Microsoft is setting itself some high goals for its new Chromium-based Edge browser. As Chuck Friedman, the corporate vice president for Edge told me, he wants Edge to hit one billion users — a number that would start to rival Chrome’s...
Related topics: Microsoft, Chromium

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Chrome Os: Yo Dawg, I Heard You Like Desktops So We Put A Workspace In Your Workspace

So you can work on something while you work on something Google has added virtual desktops to its Chrome OS, used in Chromebooks, enabling users to create multiple workspaces and switch between them.…
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How To Find Google Chrome Bookmarks On Your Computer?

The obvious answer is the browser itself. But, here, we are not looking to search for the bookmarks inside Google Chrome. Instead, we want to know where the bookmarks are stored on your computer?This might help you restore/backup/modify your...
Related topics: Google, Data Backups

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[update: November 2019] Best Chromebooks You Can Buy Today

With the rise of Android and Linux app support on Chrome OS, the possibilities for a high-end Chromebook have never been greater. Combined with the new tablet form factor, Chrome OS is becoming quite the all-in-one operating system. Let’s take...
Related topics: Android Update, Chromebook, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Linux, Tablets

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Google's Linux-based Chrome Os Now Officially Supports Virtual Workspaces

Google announced today that its Linux-based Chrome OS operating system for Chromebooks now finally supports virtual workspaces with the latest release. With the upcoming Chrome OS 78 release, the Linux-powered Chromebook operating system will...
Related topics: Google, Linux, Chromebook

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Chrome Bug Squashed, Qnap Nas Nasty Hits, Bluekeep Malware Spreads, And More

Including Spanish camgirl sites spill info, domain registrars hacked Roundup  Let's check out some of the more recent security happenings beyond what we've already covered.…
Related topics: Malware, Hackers

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