Google marks Chrome's 15th anniversary with a bold new look, new features and a revamped storefront.
Google Chrome users will now have to update their browser more frequently, but doing so will provide better protection from hackers.
Google Chrome's latest update brings a bunch of welcome changes, which makes downloads more visible and searches more intuitive.
Currently, third-party browsers on iOS are forced to use Apple's own WebKit engine, but Google and Mozilla are reportedly working on alternatives.
Google is making Chrome even more secure by preventing users from downloading potentially insecure files from sites using HTTP instead of HTTPS.
Chrome’s latest update adds Memory Saver and Energy Saver which improve your laptop’s performance and battery life when using Google's browser.
Chrome's insatiable appetite may be curbed by its latest test feature, which puts tabs to sleep to free up precious memory.
Chrome browser extensions falling under the existing browser framework will stop working in January 2023, which could nuke many ad blockers.
Most web browsers offer to remember your passwords, but don't let them. Here's why browsers aren't safe enough, and what you should use instead.
Avast researchers found 28 malicious Chrome and Edge browser extensions that could steal user data and install malware.
Google pulled over 500 malicious Chrome extensions from the Web Store after security researchers exposed a malware operation that injects nasty ads in users’ browsing sessions.
A major security flaw was found in the Microsoft Edge web browser. Here's how to update it to fix the issue
Google patched the Chrome browser to fix a security flaw likely already used in attacks, along with four other serious vulnerabilities.
For the second time in a week, Google pushed out a patch for Chrome on the desktop to fix flaws being exploited by hackers in the wild.
Chrome 102 is here and brings a number of new features and critical security updates. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft Edge will soon give users a free VPN service, but data caps and the need to log in may put off prospective users.
Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Brave have all released fixes to patch one very serious zero-day flaw that's actively being exploited by hackers. Here's how to update your browsers.
Searching for things via the Google Search home page can now be done in true black thanks to a new update that's going live on various devices and browsers.
Google has patched Chrome to fix a zero-day flaw that may already be being exploited in the wild, along with 10 other vulnerabilities.