Rewind back to the middle of July and amid the balmy British summer Google Chrome came under heat from Windows users for consuming as much as 25% more battery than other browsers.
Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad has been updated with support for new iOS 8 features, including third party activity extensions and custom keyboards.
Chrome no longer requires you to be signed in to install apps from the Chrome Web Store, a change that expands access to applications and extensions to all.
Six years ago today, on September 2, 2008, Google Chrome was announced to the world. Its aim: to improve user experience and 'help drive innovation on the web.'
One step closer: Google Chrome Beta 64-bit builds rolling out to Mac OS X, a move that follows the first stable 64-bit builds on Windows.
The release of Google Chrome v37 on the stable channel brings Windows users more than nicer looking fonts. It also brings with it the first stable 64-bit builds.
Google Chrome 37 has been released to the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux, improving stability and fixing more than 50 security issues.
The latest developer channel update to Chrome now hides the 'bell' notification icon from the system tray of Windows and Linux when no notifications are present.
Google is to begin blocking downloads of 'deceptive' and 'tricky' software in Chrome as part of its responsibility to protect users from malware.
Google has brought native 64 bit builds of Chrome for Windows to beta channel users, two months after debuting builds on the developer channel.
An all new beta release of Google Chrome for Android is now rolling out on the Play Store and you won't fail to notice the more material of changes...
If you're running the latest beta build of Google Chrome you may have noticed that fonts suddenly look a whole lot nicer than they used to. Why? Find out.