Chrome update will stop sites from checking for Incognito Mode
Saturday, July 20, 2019, 3:22 PM
Technology giant Google has said that at the end of July, its internet browser Chrome will "remedy" a loophole that has allowed sites to detect people who are browsing in Incognito Mode. It added it will also change any other methods of detecting Incognito over time. The release of Chrome 76 is scheduled for July 30, Google revealed.
Google releases Chrome 70, fixing controversial login system
Thursday, October 18, 2018, 9:27 AM
After drawing flak from privacy advocates, Google released Chrome 70, fixing the controversial browser login system of the previous version. The fix, as The Verge describes, provides an added option in Settings to control the behavior of the browser when a Google service, like Docs, Gmail or Photos, is logged in. The update even includes some new features and UI improvements.
Google Chrome to End Support for Android Jelly Bean
Monday, October 8, 2018, 2:26 PM
Google Chrome is set to say goodbye to Android Jelly Bean that was released in November-2012. A commit with a "work in progress" tag has divulged the move. However, it is unclear that when Google will formally stop pushing Chrome updates for devices running Android Jelly Bean. The search giant earlier this year ended Android Jelly Bean support for the Google Duo video-chat app.