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.
Google has updated the Play Store policy page this week to ban apps that mine cryptocurrencies on users' devices. "We don't allow apps that mine cryptocurrency on devices," the newly added policy entry reads.
Google has released today version 68 of the Chrome browser. This marks a milestone release for the browser maker, being the first version where Chrome will mark HTTP sites as "Not Secure."
For the past year, Android malware authors have been increasingly relying on a solid trick for bypassing Google's security scans and sneaking malicious apps into the official Play Store.
The European Commission announced a fine against Google today of €4.34 billion ($5.04 billion) for breaking antitrust policies with Android.
In Canary build 69 of Chrome, Google added a new experimental feature called Heavy Page Capping that will display an infobar that allows you to stop loading the rest of the resources on a page if it has already downloaded a certain amount of data.
Google has secretly enabled a security feature called Site Isolation for 99% of its desktop users on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS. This happened in Chrome 67, released at the end of May.
Despite the new GDPR regulation entering into effect across Europe, Facebook and Google are manipulating users into sharing personal data by leveraging misleading wording and confusing interfaces, according to a report released today by the Norwegian Consumer Council (NCC).
Google released an update to Google Earth today that allows you to measure the distance between two locations or the square feet of an area. Now when you get into an argument with a friend about how far apart two locations are or how large an area is, you can simply go to Google Earth and prove each other wrong.
At Google I/O 2018 Google announced an optional new feature called "Continued Conversation" that would allow you to continue talking to Google Assistant without using the wake up word each time. Starting today, this new feature has begun to rollout to Google Home, Google Home Mini and Google Home Max devices worldwide.
In the past, Google consolidated a users account, privacy, and security settings into one control panel called Google Account. Today, Google is revamping this interface to make it easier to use by including a search feature, making security and privacy features more readily accessible, and by offering detailed summary pages.
VirusTotal announced today a new paid service called "VirusTotal Monitor" that will alert subscribers when their program have been detected by antivirus vendors as malware. This allows developers & the antivirus vendor to be immediately notified in order to quickly clean up the incorrect detection, or false positive, in the program.