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Microsoft Edge goes Chromium – TechCrunch

Microsoft Edge goes Chromium – TechCrunch The rumors were true: Microsoft Edge is moving to the open-source Chromium platform, the same platform that powers Google’s Chrome browser. And once that is done, Microsoft is bringing Edge to MacOS, too. In addition, Microsoft is decoupling Edge from the Windows update process …

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Google tweaks Android licensing terms in Europe to allow Google app unbundling — for a fee – TechCrunch

Google tweaks Android licensing terms in Europe to allow Google app unbundling — for a fee – TechCrunch Google has announced changes to the licensing model for its Android mobile operating system in Europe,  including introducing a fee for licensing some of its own brand apps, saying it’s doing so to …

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Security experts say Chrome 69’s ‘forced login’ feature violates user privacy – TechCrunch

Security experts say Chrome 69’s ‘forced login’ feature violates user privacy – TechCrunch A new feature in the latest version of Google Chrome that logs users into the browser when they sign in to a Google site has come under heavy criticism. Until recently, it was the user’s choice to …

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Chrome rolls out for all users ‘not secure’ markers on unencrypted pages – TechCrunch

Chrome rolls out for all users ‘not secure’ markers on unencrypted pages – TechCrunch Google officially announced version 68 of the Chrome browser today, formalizing its plans to fulfill its past pledge to mark all unencrypted (non-HTTPS) pages as “not secure.” This move comes nearly two years after Chrome announced …

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Google will turn on native ad-blocking in Chrome on February 15

Google is going to start blocking certain ads in Chrome, the company announced earlier this year. But now we know exactly when: February 15, 2018 (via VentureBeat) is the go-live date provided by the company for introduction of its built-in enforcement of the standards established by the Coalition for Better …

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