Developers needs the right tool to get their products ready for the future of computing, and Google is the company that needs to build it.
Many people reading this will have paid at least a passing interest to Apple’s WWDC 2017 announcements. Among all the hyperbole and salesmanship in the keynote address there was one thing that became clear: the iPad is closer than ev…
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Following yesterday’s release to Mac, Windows, and Linux, Chrome 59 is now rolling out to Android. Google notes faster page loading and less memory usage in this version, as well as other stability fixes and security patches.
Ads are critical to any site. Many sites stay alive on ad revenue, so keeping ads on for sites you like is a great way to support the site. However, but they can also be annoying or just plain malicious.
Google knows this and joined the Coalition for Better Ads, which is a group dedicated to improving the advertising experience. The company has also announced new initiatives that are sure to impact the internet as we know it.
Ad Experience Reports explain annoying ads to offending sites using the “Better Ad Standards.” This way, sites can fix the ad situation easier when they know what exactly is wrong.
On the other hand, Google is also introducing “…
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Google is adding more robust support for Indian languages to Chrome, Android, Gboard, and its Google Translate platform. Now, Indian translations will benefit from a neural network and other improvements.
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Chrome no longer supports any plugin except Flash, and even Flash won’t run automatically unless you give it permission. However, Chrome’s new click-to-play behavior is a little different from the old behavior.
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