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Google Chrome will warn you before you fall for a phone subscription scam

Found yourself subscribed to a shady ringtone service? Even though it’s 2018? Google Chrome will soon stop you from falling into that trap. In an upcoming version of Chrome, the browser will throw up a warning page when it suspects users could be unwittingly subscribed to a direct billing scam, leaving them with unexpected charges...CONTINUE READING
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Google’s Project Stream will be huge for PC gaming

Google announced Project Stream today, which allows Google Chrome users to stream video games. Project Stream is a new video game streaming service that Google is testing, and you can test yourself if you’re lucky. To be clear: this is not a service where people can stream footage of themselves playing video games like Twitch,...CONTINUE READING
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Chrome 70 will let you opt-out of Google’s controversial automatic sign-in feature

We can all breathe easy now. Google says it will let users of its Chrome web browser opt-out of the controversial automatic login feature that debuted earlier this month. Chrome had historically let users decide whether they wanted to log into the browser while using it across devices, saving them precious seconds while jumping between...CONTINUE READING
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Why experts are freaking out over the new way Google Chrome sign-in works

The internet has erupted over Google’s latest Chrome release — and not in a good way. With an updated user interface, enhanced password manager, and a slew of other updates, you would assume the latest version of Google’s popular web browser, Chrome 69, would be eliciting some pretty good responses. But security experts just shined...CONTINUE READING
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Welp, Google is pausing its autoplay blocking feature

Google has been hyping its new autoplay-blocking feature for months. But it turns out the feature isn’t quite ready for primetime.  The search giant has quietly disabled Chrome’s autoplay-blocking feature for videos using the Web Audio API, which includes many online games.  SEE ALSO: 9 great Chromebooks you can buy in 2018 Previously, Chrome would,...CONTINUE READING
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7 ways to transform your Netflix account into a movie lover’s dream

Think you’ve perfected art of watching Netflix? Not so fast… Sure, you may have found the coziest blanket to cuddle with on the couch and finally added everything you aspire to watch to your queue, but if you’re not using these handy Google Chrome extensions, you have yet to master the high-tech art of streaming....CONTINUE READING
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Chrome, hero that it is, will start automatically muting autoplay videos

Google’s war on autoplaying videos in Chrome continues.  Chrome 64, released in December, gave users the ability to mute annoying autoplay videos on an entire site, not just one page. Chrome 66 is the next step. SEE ALSO: Google Chrome’s latest experiment lets your write songs in your browser Now, Chrome will more aggressively block...CONTINUE READING
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Google Chrome’s latest experiment lets your write songs in your browser

In case you needed another excuse to procrastinate today, Google Chrome just launched a new music experiment, and it’s pretty addicting.  It’s called Song Maker, a browser-based tool that lets you to compose songs with just a few clicks. SEE ALSO: Google Chrome just fixed the worst thing about the internet It’s part of Google...CONTINUE READING
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Firefox’s Quantum update will block websites from tracking you 24/7

Mozilla’s speedy Firefox Quantum browser hit the ground running when it rolled out in November.  On Tuesday, Mozilla released an update to the browser, called Firefox 58. Its most significant feature: 24/7 tracking protection.   SEE ALSO: Firefox users lose trust in Mozilla after a ‘Mr. Robot’ promo went horribly wrong The Firefox browser was...CONTINUE READING
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