Google has indicated it will make changes regarding the new and controversial automatic login feature for the Chrome web browser.
After just over a decade on the market, Google made a controversial change to Chrome: If you signed into YouTube, Gmail, or any other Google-owned site, it would log you in on the Chrome browser itself with the same account.
Security analysts, including Matthew Green, said the automatic login resulted in less security for Chrome users — when you're logged into...
Google is rolling out a new version of its Chrome browser that fixes its predecessor's controversial sign-in system changes.
Google this week unveiled "Project Stream," a new service that lets you stream video games to your Google Chrome web browser.
Project Stream, like Nvidia's GeForce Now service, leverages computers in the cloud to power the games themselves — all you need is a reliable streaming connection to play.
Project Stream has the potential to be disruptive, since it removes one of the biggest limitations keeping people from playing the games they like: the need for powerful hardware.
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