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On World Password Day, Google celebrates by telling you how it’s going to kill the password

Yesterday was officially World Password Day – a day in which everyone celebrates how passwords have kept us safe by cross-checking their own personal security and strengthening their own passwords so that their data remains safe and sound. In fact, last year, the search query “How strong is my password” … Read the rest

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More major changes coming to your Chrome browser’s global media controls

A user on Reddit by the name of Leopeva64 (Thanks for the heads up!) made us aware of some pretty significant changes that are coming to your Chrome browser’s global media controls and even provided Chromium Repository commits to reflect these changes. We previously detailed how Google was turning your Read the rest

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Chrome OS devices will soon come with Google Meet and Chat pre-installed

In the near future, your new Chromebook will probably have Google Meet and Chat – the company’s video and messaging applications – pre-installed. In fact, should a new Chromium bug report find its way to the finish line, these two apps could very well be installed by default on all … Read the rest