Following the disclosure of Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities earlier this year, the entire tech industry has been working to secure devices. In the current stable version of Chrome, Google has widely rolled out a security feature called Site Isolation to protect desktop browsers against Spectre.
Chrome 67 Stories July 11
Chrome 67 Stories June 11
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Chrome 67 Stories June 7
After rolling out to Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux, version 67 of Chrome OS is now available. Notable features include a new “Touchable material 2.0” design for tablet devices and support for desktop Progressive Web Apps. There are also new APIs for creating VR experiences, ADB support, and the perfunctory security and bug fixes.
Chrome 67 Stories May 31
Following the Mac, Windows, and Linux release on Tuesday, Chrome 67 is now rolling out for Android. Developers will be better suited to create virtual reality experiences and other apps thanks to new APIs in this version, while the standard security and bug fixes are present. There are also several design tweaks, but most still require a flag to enable.
Chrome 67 Stories May 29
Starting with Mac, Windows, and Linux, Google is rolling out the latest version of Chrome today. Chrome 67 introduces a number of features and APIs that developers can take advantage of for apps and virtual reality experiences. Meanwhile, there are the perfunctory bug fixes and security patches.
Chrome 67 Stories May 25
Last month, Chrome for Android began testing a horizontal tab switcher in the experimental Dev channel. It was very similar to the current design and reflected the rumored changes coming to Android P’s Recents menu. Chrome is now testing a tab switcher that is more in line with Developer Preview 2 from I/O 2018.