Along with parts of its advertising business
Justice Department and state prosecutors investigating Google for alleged antitrust violations are considering whether to force the company to sell its dominant Chrome browser and parts of its lucrative advertising business.
ChromeOS updates cause 100 percent CPU usage, might set you on fire
Google appears to be following Apple's software QA model and releasing software which is not really fit for the purpose.
Additional 40 million possible gamers
Nvidia is investing heavily in a cloud gaming platform called GeForce Now, and we had a chance to get an update from an old friend and industry veteran Phil Eisler, VP of GeForce Now and cloud gaming. The biggest announcement for today is that Chromebooks have support for GeForce now.
Windows should be a memory hog like Android
Google has decided to disable a feature in Windows 10 version 2004 that allowed Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers to use a lot less RAM.
Might see a speed boost from its normal pace
Google Chrome has finally moved to 64-bit despite the technology been around for years.
What have the Chromans done for us?
New feature flags in Chrome's early-release Dev and Canary channels (V85) "which modify the appearance and behaviour of web addresses in the address bar" have been getting people a little hot under the collar.
More than 70 percent of them
Most of Chromes serious security bugs are due to memory memory safety problems, the Chromium project said.
Fall of Chrome
Google delayed in releasing its latest privacy stealing, ad blasting, video forcing feature browser and has just said sorry for any convenience this might cause.
Firefox and IE looking pretty sick
The leading web browser globally as of December 2019 is Google’s Chrome for Android, which hit a 33 percent market share in the last year.