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Google's finally got something to offer iPhone users

Avid users of Apple's products don't always get love from Google, but the search giant has now launched a Chrome beta program for iOS that supports 3D touch.
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Google announces end of Chrome support for Microsoft Windows XP, Vista

Windows XP and Vista users who love Chrome are in for some bad news: Google will stop offering Chrome updates in April 2016. It recommends an OS upgrade if you plan to keep using the browser.
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I didn’t press play! How to prevent videos from autoplaying in your browser

We know autoplaying videos are annoying, so here are the best methods for stopping them in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Edge.
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Bing promotes Microsoft Edge when you search for Chrome or Firefox

If you make a desktop OS, a search engine and a Web browser, are you within your rights to use the first two to promote the last one? Try running a BIng search yourself to see what happens.
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Google’s update 45 for Chrome is all about speed and memory

Google has rolled out the latest update for its Web browser. Chrome 45 brings with it better RAM management and performance improvements, something both fans and critics have been waiting for.
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Dartmouth uses robot tackling dummies – and they’re FAST: DT Daily 1:48

Google declares war on Adobe's Flash player, Dartmouth rolls out some surprisingly swift robotic tackling dummies during football practice.
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Your Chrome extensions will soon work on Firefox too

In the near future, developers will be able to write extensions that work smoothly across all the major Web browsers, which should mean your favorite add-ons are available everywhere.
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Want some Internet in your Windows 10 Start Menu? Here’s how to pin your favorite websites

Would you like to pin website bookmarks to the Start Menu or Task Bar in Windows 10, in order to use browser links like apps? It's not as easy as it should be, especially if you want to use Chrome or Firefox, but we'll tell you how.
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Adobe and Google join forces to strengthen Flash defenses against hacks

A series of cyber attacks targeting Adobe's Flash Player has led to a strengthening of the company's defenses, according to Ars Technica.
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Not a fan of Google’s new card-based bookmarks? Good news, they’re gone

Last year Google introduced a new card-based bookmark manager to Chrome, and while not everyone hated it, plenty of people did. Those people will be glad to know that the cards are gone and the old bookmark manager has returned.
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Chrome for OS X has been updated to conserve more battery

Peter Kasting of Google has announced on his Google Plus page that a number of improvements have been made to Chrome for OS X. As a result, the browser will eat up less of laptop users' battery.
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Stop in the name of battery life! Chrome beta automatically pauses Flash elements

An update to the Chrome beta now allows the browser to detect and intelligently pause Adobe Flash animations. This is said to significantly reduce power consumption, so it should help laptop users squeeze out those crucial extra few…