Grouply.io Chrome extension allowed data to be accessed by marketers
Render processes get split to avoid Spectre bug exploits
Is this Google's mighty hollaback to Microsoft Surface Go?
A similar exploit looks like it's affecting Mozilla's Firefox browser as well
Firm promises update will stop the browser from freezing and crashing
Move could leave more than six million Mac users browser-less
Or now, if you're a noob
It's the first version of Google's browser to offer WebAuthn support by default
You'd think they'd have spotted that earlier in the test phrase
Frustrating freezes finally fixed
Pixelbook first. Others follow shortly
Or Chrome is borking Windows, depending on your point of view
Some order in the chaos at last?
It's not what you block, it's what you let through
(Select The Fonics Unilaterally)
Time could be called on dodgy passwords and phishing attacks
Is Chrome about to take over the world?
'Atlas' is rumoured to feature a 3840x2160 display
Well, because duh....
Silence of the spams
Get behind me, pop-unders
Your fat thighs are the least of your worries
All the taste of malicious activity but without the malware
And it's available to download now on Windows, Linux and macOS
Plus the three-for-free
500,000 downloads provided cyber criminals with a powerful botnet to tap into
Princeton researchers warn that more than 1,000 sites have accessed private data
And that's just a little bit sad (and a lot funny)
Another excuse to avoid Windows
And then, weirdly, Microsoft uploaded the evidence
Up from 42 percent a year ago, claims Google
Claims its approach to open source is better
Managed to sneak into the official Google Chrome Web Store and attract over 37,000 users
These aren't the droids you're looking for (at this price)
It'll be available to pre-order in the UK from today
We may get news as soon as Wednesday
Firm's new CSS engine promises huge performance gains
Firm unlikely to have many surprises in store on 4 October
Well, sort of
But you'll have to wait until December for update to arrive
C'mon guys, you could have at least given us an app...
Hackers pushed out malicious extension to its 1,044,000 users
Google says firms failed to maintain 'high standards expected of certificate authorities'
The illusion of free will. How terribly Marxist...
Just don't look if you love Firefox
Mozilla thinks its got its latest web browser 'just right'