Bait and switch sites fall to might of Chrome
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Stop you being forwarded to another site

Google's Chrome browser is going to kill off redirects that send you to a website you didn't expect.

Microsoft presentation gives up on Edge
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Installs Chrome instead


A Microsoft engineer carrying out a demo before assorted hacks had to abandon his Edge browser and install Chrome after his Vole-approved default browser froze.

Microsoft finds hole in Chrome
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Pot calls kettle?

Software king of the world Microsoft has poured much scorn on Google's Chrome browser for having a rather large security hole.

Google purges Symantec certificates
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Chrome will not trust them any more


After deciding to distrust Symantec's certificates in March, Google has decided that from Chrome 66 it will completely remove any trust of Symantec-issued certificates issued before 1 June, 2016.

All roads lead to Chrome ad-blocker
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Will not block all ads 

Google's Chrome is set to have its own ad-blocker.

There's a hardware bloodbath over education
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Apple, Google and Microsoft need no education


A hardware war is brewing over the US education market with Apple, Google and Microsoft mud-wrestling for the hearts and minds of educators and school districts.

Epic games boss slams Windows 10 Cloud plans
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Calls it Crush Steam Edition

Epic Games founder has slammed Microsoft over its rumoured move to build a version of Windows 10 that can only install apps from the Windows Store.

Adobe pushed insecure spying Chrome browser extension
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And it can be hacked


Adobe installed a browser extension for Google Chrome alongside an update for the company's Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software.

Chrome cops some FLAC
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16 January 2017

Chrome cops some FLAC


In a good way


Google has begun adding FLAC support to Chrome, and it should be rolling out to the great unwashed very soon.

Windows 10 on nearly a quarter of machines
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But all roads still lead to Chrome

Beancounters for Net Marketshare have added up some numbers and divided by their shoesize and worked out that Windows 10 is installed on 24.5% of devices.