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Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018 live stream

Watch the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018 live. http://www.samsung.com To view the YouTube streams on a desktop or laptop computer you'll need: • Most recent version of Google Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge or Safari • Operating system: Windows 7+, Mac OS X 10.7+ or Ubuntu 10+ [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

How to Block Websites on Chrome

Google Chrome is great, but it can also get in the way. Whether we’re procrastinating and our hand auto-pilots our mouse to the Facebook bookmark, or if sites show up in our Google search results that we know are probably fake news but...Show More Summary

Chrome adds pull to refresh support for Windows 10 2 in 1s

Google is making its browser more friendly to touch-friendly users. Pull to refresh is a gesture that has been standard for refreshing content in mobile apps like Twitter and has even found its way to browsers on tablets and smartphones,...Show More Summary

3 Productivity Chrome Extensions That Secretly Help Your Security

One of the most popular sections on the Google Chrome Store is its Productivity extensions. With so much juggling to do in our lives, anything that speeds up our everyday tasks is welcome. But did you know that some productivity Chrome...Show More Summary

CryptoTab Extension: Earn Bitcoin (BTC) for Free Using Google Chrome

Everyone likes to make extra money; so who wouldn't like to install a browser plugin and let it work to mine cryptocurrency for you while you are using your browser? If you use Google Chrome, you're in luck. CryptoTab is a free download that you install into Chrome and it claims to mine cryptocurrency in the background while you work. Show More Summary

Google’s Chrome OS shows us what to expect when PWAs hit Windows

While Google and Microsoft have both announced full Progressive Web App support for their desktop browsers, Google seems to be further along on the process. Google’s take on Progressive Web Apps has debuted in Chrome OS’s canary build, featuring web-apps that look all the more like a native app. Show More Summary

Chrome and Firefox Block Torrentz2 Over “Harmful Programs”

Chrome and Firefox are blocking direct access to the popular torrent meta-search engine Torrentz2.eu. According to Google's safe browsing program, some pages on Torrentz2 contain harmful programs. The site's operator contradicts this...Show More Summary

Google Chrome Will Automatically Clean Up Messy URLs by @MattGSouthern

Google’s latest version of Chrome deals with the problem of messy URLs by cleaning them up before they’re shared. The post Google Chrome Will Automatically Clean Up Messy URLs by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journa...

Use Chrome's Task Manager to find out which site or extension slows it down

One of the unique features of Google Chrome is the integrated task manager that the web browser ships with. While all modern operating systems feature a Task Manager, Chrome's task manager gives […] Ghacks needs you. You can find out how to support us here or support the site directly by becoming a Patreon. Show More Summary

Google’s Chromebooks will soon support split screen Android apps

Google’s Chromebooks will soon support split screen for Android users. While Google’s Francois Beaufort teased the feature last year, it is now available in ChromeOS Canary. Once enabled via using the chrome://flags/#enable-split-view flag you’ll now be able to snap apps to either the left or the right. Show More Summary

Dark Reader dark theme extension for Firefox

Dark Reader is a popular browser extension for Google Chrome which its developer, Alexander Shutov, released for Mozilla Firefox recently. The basic idea of the extension is to turn any website design […] Ghacks needs you. You can find out how to support us here or support the site directly by becoming a Patreon. Show More Summary

A Sad Farewell to Swype, the Third-Party Keyboard I Once Loved

Mobile operating systems keeping getting more powerful and feature-packed, and their cannibalizing the user bases of third-party apps in the process. We’ve seen it dozens of times.As Apple’s Safari and Google’s Chrome browser added read-it-later features, the need for separate read-it-later apps disappeared. Show More Summary

Chrome Now Shortens Links You Share With Friends

Google has quietly added a new feature to Chrome for Android. From v64 onwards, Chrome for Android has the ability to shorten the URLs you share with your friends. So you can now share a clean link without any of that unnecessary tracking information included. Show More Summary

Google’s Chrome ad blocker means the Web’s largest ad company is also now advertising’s biggest traffic cop

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Google, one of the dominant players in the online advertising world, may soon have even more power in that space. It is now taking on the challenge of determining what’s a good ad or a bad ad and deciding which ones the majority of Web users will see. Google’s Chrome browser, which is used by […]

Google Chrome update automatically fixes those ridiculously long links

Google Chrome's Android app just got a small but extremely helpful update that makes it much easier to share links. The latest version of Chrome will not automatically "clean up" unwieldy URLs before you share them so you know longer...Show More Summary

Change Default Win10 Web Browser to Google Chrome?

I can't stand Microsoft Edge. I just want to use Google Chrome, just like on my work computer. How do I change my Windows 10 home system to use Chrome instead of Edge? The post Change Default Win10 Web Browser to Google Chrome? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Advertising: Google Chrome Now Blocks Irksome Ads. That’s a Good Thing, Right?

The brower’s latest update filters out pop-up ads and other annoyances. It also strengthens Google’s grip on the web.

Chrome OS Gets Split Screen Android App Action

Chrome OS and convertible Chromebooks with touch screens or those that fully detach are the future of Android tablets. With fewer Android tablet options available each year and Google baking in feature after feature into Chrome OS to make it even better than an Android tablet could be, this is an exciting time. Show More Summary

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