Mozilla is rolling out a new feature to all U.S. Firefox users that adds Google and Amazon Search Shortcuts to the list of pinned Top Sites in the new tab page.
Google has announced changes in how European smartphone and tablet makers can use Google's Android apps in response to the EU's $5 billion fine. Going forward, EU manufacturers will now have to pay Google a license fee to bundle Google's suite of mobile apps.
Scammers are creating fake Android cryptocurrency mining apps and promoting them on the Google Store. The kicker is that these apps claim to mine cryptocurrency that can't be mined in the first place.
A malicious app called "Album by Google Photos" was found in the Microsoft Store today that pretends to be from Google. This app pretends to be part of Google Photos, but is actually an ad clicker that repeatedly opens hidden advertisements in Windows 10.
Google has accidentally sent out a dogfood build for the November 2018 security patches to a Google Pixel owner. This update was pushed via OTA (over-the-air) and was discovered when the user woke up the next morning.
Google has announced that they are closing the consumer functionality of Google+ due lack of adoption and an API bug that leaked the personal information of up to 500,000 Google+ accounts.
Distributors of unwanted Chrome extensions are coming up with new, sneaky, and simple methods to trick users into installing their extensions now that Google has banned inline installs.
A bug in Google Search has been discovered that breaks search result links when using Safari in macOS if the link contains a plus symbol.
Would you like to play a game? That is the question that was found when a sleuthing visitor searched for the phrase "text adventure" in Google while the browser's developer tools were open.
In Chrome 71, Google is performing an experiment where the browser will show a Google search query in the address bar instead of the Google search results URL.
In a blog entry posted today, Chrome product manager Zake Koch explains that even though they introduced unwanted changes with good intentions, based on user feedback they have decided to roll them back and give users more control over how their browser behaves.
It has been discovered that when you try to clear all cookies in the Chrome browser, every cookie will be deleted except for authentication cookies created by Google. This means that after clearing cookies, you will be logged out of every site that you are currently logged into, except for Google.
With the release of Chrome 69, it was discovered that when you log into your Google account, or any Google service for that matter, you will also be automatically logged into Chrome whether you want to or not.
Google really wants to get rid of the WWW subdomain. First we had Google removing WWW in the Chrome 69 address bar and now there is some test underway to remove it from search results as well.
According to a Chrome Gerrit entry, Google plans to do away with the file:// URI scheme in the address when opening local files. This is because Chrome 70 will include a new File notification that performs a similar purpose.
Google has made it so you can see the WWW and M subdomains in Chrome 69 again, but have stated that they will strip WWW again in Chrome 70.
With the release of Chrome 69 for iOS, Google has moved the browser's navigation bar to the bottom of the user interface and people are not happy about it.
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.
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.