Google is to finally tackle the pervasive use of data-harvesting by Chrome extensions. From July, the search giant will require all add-ons on the Chrome Web Store that collect user data in the background to ask you for your explicit permission […]
Google has been granted a new patent that could allow private browsing to kick in automatically based on what a user is browsing, without needing to turn it on manually.
An alleged Chromecast thief was left spitting popcorn when the dongle's original owner tracked it down and 'cast' a scary warning to it, asking for its return.
Google Chrome 40 has hit the beta channel for Windows, Linux and Mac users, bringing some of the latest feature improvements to a wider audience for testing.
Using Android L on a modern handset? Got a Chromebook running the latest dev or beta channel release? If so, you may find Chrome OS's new "Easy Unlock" feature waiting for you to try.
Chrome users could soon be given greater control over what apps can do on their computers, as developers work on a 'Revoke Additional Permissions' feature.
Despite the fun name, Awesome Screenshot is doing something decidedly unawesome in the background: harvesting your browsing data.
Google is to begin blocking downloads of 'deceptive' and 'tricky' software in Chrome as part of its responsibility to protect users from malware.
If you're on the hunt for a safer way to share your computer while protecting your privacy, this neat new Chrome feature is worth checking out.
Chrome OS is to gain a remote wipe feature similar to that of the iPhone, recent code commits suggest.
We knew it was coming, and today it is so: Chrome users on Windows can no longer install extensions or apps from outside the Chrome Web Store.
‘Don't use Internet Explorer’ — that's the warning being given by the U.S. and UK governments this week after a severe security flaw affecting the browser was reported.