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Google Chrome 61 Beta Includes Web Share, WebUSB, Payment Request APIs

This week Google announced that the beta version of Chrome 61 will support a number of new APIs. The Payment Request API is an API standard from the W3C that Google integrated back in May. The API provides a process layer which enables purchases from third-party websites within Chrome in an effort to make payment checkouts easier.
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