With the release of Chrome 69, Google has decided to strip the "www" and "m" subdomains from the URL displayed in Chrome's address bar. For example, when a user visits www.bleepingcomputer.com, the www would be stripped and displayed as bleepingcomputer.com in the address bar.
Security researchers have discovered that the MEGA Chrome extension had been compromised to steal login credentials and cryptocurrency keys. Once it was discovered that the extension was replaced with a malicious variant, Google removed the extension from the Chrome Web Store.
Google Chrome was launched 10 years ago and as part of the celebration, Google has released Chrome 69 for desktop, Android, and iOS. This version comes with a bunch of new features including a new user interface design, better password management, security, and customization.
Fraudulent tech-support services buying advertising space from Google has grown in sophistication to a level that the platform cannot distinguish them from legitimate providers.
Microsoft announced that you can now setup a Google Federation in Azure Active Directory so that Gmail users can seamlessly be invited to an organization's shared files and applications.
Last month, Google announced their Titan Security Key - a FIDO based security key that allows you to easily perform 2-step verification with compatible devices, browsers, and sites. While previously only available to Google Cloud users, Google has now made the key available to U.S. customers for $50 through the Google Play Store.
Internal system broadcasts happening inside the Android OS expose sensitive user and device details that apps installed on the phone can access without the user's knowledge or permission.
According to a new project uploaded to the Chromium team's code review site, users may soon be able to login into Windows 10 using their Google G Suite accounts. This new feature uses a "Google Credential Provider" that will allow Windows to authenticate enterprise users against their company's G Suite account and possibly regular Go
Chrome has started displaying alerts that suggest users remove programs that are considered incompatible applications with Chrome because they inject code into the browser's processes. In order to resolve these issues Bitdefender has decided to no longer monitor newer versions of Chrome with their anti-exploit technology.
An idle Android smartphone sends user data back to Google servers nearly ten times more frequently as an Apple device sends data back to Apple servers.
A San Diego man filed a lawsuit against Google last week, on Friday, accusing the Mountain View company of violating his privacy by secretly tracking his phone's location despite his an account setting through which he explicitly forbade the company to do so.
Gmail has released a new feature called Confidential Mode that allows you to send self-destructing emails to recipients that can't be forwarded to other users or printed. When using this mode, senders can configure an email to delete itself after a certain amount of time or even restrict access to an email after it was sent.
In order to eliminate crashes in Chrome, Google has implemented a new feature that reports "incompatible applications" to users after the browser crashes. These warnings are displayed for programs that inject code into the browser and prompt users to remove the incompatible applications.
For all of you emoji lovers out there, Google is adding a context menu to Chrome that allows you to open the Windows 10 emoji panel that can be used to insert emojis into any editable input field.
As Bleeping Computer first reported back in January this year, Google has started rolling out support for built-in lazy loading inside Chrome.
Today, a report has revealed that Google wants to bring Microsoft's Windows 10 support to Chromebooks. Reports indicate that the company is working on a new project called "Campfire" that would allow Chromebook owners to dual boot Windows 10 and Crome OS.
Google Chrome has been supporting push notifications for years now but it always used its own notification system in Windows 10. The search engine giant is now rolling out a new update for Chrome which adds support for native Windows 10 notifications.
The free Windows Timeline Support extension was removed from the Google Chrome Web Store due to violating Mcirosoft's trademark in using the word "Windows".
Google announced today that administrators of G Suite accounts can now enable and configure a special alert when a government-backed cyber-espionage group is trying to hack into one of their company's user accounts.
In a mocking and hilarious Chromebook ad, Google takes aim at the various issues Windows and macOS users encounter while using these operating systems.