If you are using Google Chrome, you may have noticed that Google switched the Done and Remove actions of the bookmark dialog recently in the browser. Chrome users may click on the bookmark star icon displayed in the browser's address bar to bookmark the page. Show More Summary
German security firm X41 D-Sec published a paper in which it unveiled that although both Chrome and Edge use many modern security features to keep attacks away, Chrome employs stronger security defaults and has better compartmentalization for content.
Google Chrome is the most popular browser, and with good reason. But even Chrome can sometimes do with a spring-clean to keep it running optimally. Here are five tricks to help you speed up your browser.
Google's automatic verification system for Chrome extension uploads to the official Chrome Web Store is a wreck; less than a day after the Steam Inventory Helper incident, another Chrome extension was found to abuse user trust by using user systems for crypto currency mining. Show More Summary
A recent update for the popular Google Chrome extension Steam Inventory Helper added a monitoring component to the extension that monitors the browsing activity. Steam Inventory Helper is a popular Chrome extension for the gaming platform Steam that improves inventory management, trading, buying, and selling. Show More Summary
It's no exaggeration to say that Neon Chrome [$9.99] was one of the best mobile games to hit the App Store in 2016. The beautiful cyberpunk aesthetic combined with an engrossing sense of progression elevated Neon Chrome to the very apex of the iPhone's dual stick shooter genre, and received a highly coveted five-star review
“Optical illusion: how cleverly the war begins / in his ’93 Mazda MPV.”
Google has surveyed the advertising landscape that it dominates and determined that it's time for a change. Beginning in January, its Chrome web browser will block autoplay video ads with sound by default. The effort is being framed as a drive to clean up the web, but it could just as easily be interpreted as a disguised move to further solidify Google's monopoly. More »
Google has announced that, starting next year, the Google Chrome browser will block auto-play videos unless the user has demonstrated interest in the video or the video is set to mute. Sounds great, right? Everyone hates auto-play videos. Yet...Show More Summary
Google Chrome, America's most popular web browser, is set to clamp down on irritating autoplay videos. In coming months, Chrome will only enable autoplay on websites when a piece of media either doesn’t have sound, or when a user has...Show More Summary
What is the most annoying thing on the internet today? I’ll answer for you: autoplaying videos, of almost any kind. That is why Google says it is finally going to do something about it. That’s right! The version of Google Chrome will limit the ability for sites to autoplay videos. Show More Summary
It sucks when you load a webpage and it starts playing a video with sound. It's startling and bothers people around you. (When it happens I right-click on the tab and select "mute tab" from the menu - a top I learned on the Recomendo...Show More Summary
Somehow web designers have still not learned that autoplay videos are almost universally hated by users, but Google Inc. seems to have finally caught on—well, mostly. Google announced today that an upcoming update to Chrome will block autoplay videos unless they meet specific requirements that make them less irritating. Show More Summary
Do you have when a site automatically plays a video, blasting sound through your speakers unexpectedly? Chrome is going help starting next year.
Next year, you may never again have to hunt through your Chrome tabs in search of the one that's producing sound. The post Google Chrome Will Block Autoplaying Video With Sound Next Year appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Here's a bit of irony to help carry you into the weekend: in a tweet posted on Friday morning, CNET alerted the site's followers of some fantastic news. "Hurrah!" the tweet said. "[Google's Chrome browser] will block autoplay videosShow More Summary
When Chrome added the “Mute tab” option nearly two years ago, it was like manna from heaven. Now, Google is expanding the function to entire webpages. Next month’s Chrome 63 version includes the […] The post Google Knows You Hate Chrome Autoplay Videos appeared first on Geek.com.
All dates are with Chrome Over Brass (the one-man instrumental project of drummer Alex Garcia-Rivera of American Nightmare), and special guests are promised too. Continue reading…
Google has set a time frame for blocking autoplay videos in the Chrome browser. Starting in January, Chrome will only allow automatic playback if the videos are muted by default, or if they meet Google’s criteria showing that users are actually interested in the content. Show More Summary