Chrome Stories August 23

GOOG: 927.00


Hulu launches beta version of live TV for Chrome browser and more

Hulu is making its streaming live TV and on demand content available to users via its website today. Although the update brings the functionality to users now, the company notes the new feature will be an optional beta…

Chrome Stories July 26

GOOG: 947.80


Chrome’s auto-suggest feature for copied links is now available to all Android users

Google Chrome is one of the most powerful and feature-rich browsers on the Play Store, and as you’d probably expect, Google regularly throws in little additions here and there to make the app as useful as it can possibly be. We previously found a helpful little feature in the developer options in Chrome Dev 60, and it now looks like said feature is making its way to all users running stable versions of Chrome 59.

Chrome Stories July 25

GOOG: 950.70


Chrome 60 is rolling out to Mac, Windows, and Linux today with an assortment of developer-focused features and security fixes. On desktop, it adds support for the Payment Request API, updated Credential Management API, and more.

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Chrome Stories May 23

GOOG: 948.82


In the enterprise world, IT administrators are always working on ways to keep networks secure. One way they do this is by giving employees hardware that is managed by the IT department, running software that has specific policies in place. With the new Chrome enterprise bundle, Chrome can now also be better managed, with new tools to make it work better in enterprise environments…

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

Chrome Stories May 22

GOOG: 941.86


One of the best features tucked away in the Chrome browser for Android application is the ability to create shortcuts to your favorite websites as well as web apps and have them placed onto your home screen. With Android O, these shortcuts take advantage of the OS’s new adaptive icons feature and add a background layer to the website’s logo…

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Chrome Stories May 19

GOOG: 934.01


Today is day three of I/O 2017, and that means that we are nearing the end of this year’s Google developer conference. So far we have seen the company announce new features coming to Android, VR, a bunch of new tools for developers to help them make great apps, and much more.

However, if you missed any of the keynotes or sessions, don’t worry at all because Google recorded every single one of them so that you can go back and watch them when you’re ready…

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