Google Chrome

Built-In Chrome Ad Blocker Coming Early 2018

Starting early next year, Google's Chrome web browser will automatically block some of the most annoying and intrusive internet advertisements.

Tom Brant

Google Is Developing Its Own Ad Blocker for Chrome

It would specifically target adverts deemed "beneath a threshold of consumer acceptability."

Matthew Humphries

20 Things You Didn't Know Your Chromecast Could Do

While the ultraportable device is pretty much plug and play, there are a few tips and tricks that can make casting more magical.

Chandra Steele

The 100 Best Free Google Chrome Extensions

These are some of the greatest extensions you can and should add to your Google browser.

Eric Griffith

Google Chrome Will Begin Blocking Flash in Favor of HTML5

The changes will begin with Chrome 53 this September.

Brittany Vincent

Is Google Spying on Students? The Electronic Frontier Foundation Believes So.

The computer company is reportedly collecting data through its automatically enabled 'Sync' feature in Chrome.

Researcher Discovers One Little Link That Can Take Down Your Chrome Browser

A bug makes this 16-character string dangerous in Google Chrome, even without clicking on it.

Carly Okyle

This New Google Chrome Extension Lets Colleagues Share Web Pages Using Beeping Sounds

As opposed to email or messaging, 'Tone aims to make sharing digital things with nearby people as easy as talking to them,' the search giant said.

Geoff Weiss

Google to Hand Out 'Infinity Million' Dollars to Hackers Who Break Into Google Chrome

The search giant retires its annual hackathon, replaces it with an around-the-clock program that allows hackers to submit (and get paid for) finding bugs anytime, from anywhere.

Laura Entis

Google to Introduce Child-Friendly Versions of Products

From its search engine to YouTube and Chrome, expect versions for children aged 12 and under, a report says.

Reuters

Google to Pay Out $2.7 Million to Hackers Who Break Into Chrome OS

The tech giant aims to beef up security by getting hackers to pinpoint weaknesses.

Laura Entis