Tag: Google Chrome

Google releases 12 new colorful themes for Chrome, including Just Black

The past couple of years in Google design can be summarized as this evolution: adding colors, then making things whiter, then offering a black option. Chrome on the desktop has always been white, so what it lacked where the colors and black, but thanks to a dozen new themes, you can now paint your browser […]

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[Update: Now on MacOS] Native dark mode in Google Chrome for Windows 10 now available in Canary channel

The overwhelming demand for dark modes in apps is beginning to see serious results now, to the point where 2019 could be the year we see system-wide dark modes across all the major platforms. Windows 10 has already implemented this, but it relies on app developers to do their part, which Google is now doing […]

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Google Password Checkup tool detects if your credentials are in a data breach

Data breaches are one of the biggest threats facing today’s digital landscape, owing to cyber-criminals and inadequate security measures. Fortunately, Google has announced the launch of a new tool, allowing users to act quickly. The Password Checkup extension for Google Chrome notifies users if their website credentials (beyond just a user’s Google account) have been […]

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Native dark mode in Google Chrome for Windows 10 now available in Canary channel

The overwhelming demand for dark modes in apps is beginning to see serious results now, to the point where 2019 could be the year we see system-wide dark modes across all the major platforms. Windows 10 has already implemented this, but it relies on app developers to do their part, which Google is now doing […]

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Chrome is integrating the Google Password Manager UI natively

Chrome’s developers have been busy lately. Just today, we spotted a Sneak Peek feature that loads a link in an overlay on the same page, and now we’ve come across another flag in Chrome Dev/Canary that brings an updated interface to your passwords, integrating the Google Passwords UI natively without redirecting you to a webpage. If […]

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Google Chrome change sets off firestorm with ‘serious implications for privacy and trust’

Google’s latest Chrome release has set off major privacy alarm bells. In a blog post over the weekend, cryptographer and Johns Hopkins University professor Matthew Green penned a scathing blog post about the new version of Chrome in which he announces, right off the top via the headline, that he is completely done with Chrome. […]

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Chrome celebrates 10 years with great new features in version 69, out now

This week is the Google Chrome browser’s tenth anniversary, and Google is celebrating with the release of Chrome 69. The latest version of Chrome has a new Material Design finish, new password management features, an improved Omnibox, and more. Chrome 69 is rolling out now globally. Instructions on updating are below. It’s hard to believe […]

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Google Chrome was first announced 10 years ago today

Chrome is easily one of the most important products Google has ever released. It started an evolutionary shift for web browsers by introducing sandboxing and rapid release schedules. Fast forward to today, and Chrome is the world’s most popular web browser and serves as the operating system for a rapidly-growing ecosystem of laptops. Today marks […]

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