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Pushbullet: Our Chrome Extension Is Safe

Published on May 15, 2020 This is a follow-up to Wednesday’s Let’s Guess What Google Requires In 14 Days Or They Kill Our Extension. Let’s get the good news out there right away. Our extension has been approved! FYI the latest submission has been approved. Apologies to Pushbullet for the rejection after addressed the original…
Google Chrome to block ads that drain your battery and gobble network data – CNET

Google Chrome to block ads that drain your battery and gobble network data –...

Google Chrome will start blocking heavyweight ads in August. Stephen Shankland/CNET To improve battery life, network usage and website speed, Chrome will delete ads that consume too many computing resources, Google said Thursday. Google will begin experimenting with the technology in coming months and plans to build it into Chrome in August, Google said in…
Google Chrome now groups browser tabs. Here’s how to do it – CNET

Google Chrome now groups browser tabs. Here’s how to do it – CNET

Jason Pepper/CNET Whether you're someone who keeps approximately 864,896 browser tabs open at the same time or gets overwhelmed by more than a baker's dozen, Google is adding another handy feature to its set of Google Chrome tools that will help you keep tabs on all of your tabs. A new feature called tab groups…
Google Chrome to block ads that hammer your CPU, battery and network – CNET

Google Chrome to block ads that hammer your CPU, battery and network – CNET

Google Chrome will start blocking heavyweight ads in August. Stephen Shankland/CNET To improve battery life, network usage and website speed, Chrome will delete ads that consume too many computing resources, Google said Thursday. Google will begin experimenting with the technology in coming months and plans to build it into Chrome in August, Google said in…
Chrome to Block Battery-Sucking Ads in August Update – MacRumors

Chrome to Block Battery-Sucking Ads in August Update – MacRumors

Thursday May 14, 2020 4:34 pm PDT by Juli CloverChrome plans to start blocking resource-heavy ads that drain a lot of battery in August, Google announced today on its Chromium blog (via VentureBeat). Chrome will block ads that mine cryptocurrency, are badly programmed, or are unoptimized for network usage. We have recently discovered that a…
Chrome now testing resource-heavy ad blocking, feature could launch in August – Android Police

Chrome now testing resource-heavy ad blocking, feature could launch in August – Android Police

Following last year's promises, Google is getting ready to block ads that hit a certain resource limit in Chrome, to prevent things like crypto miners or poorly-made ads from making a dent in your battery life or network use. An "experiment" for this heavy ad blocking has already started in Chrome 84, with it expected…
Chrome will soon block resource-draining ads. Here’s how to turn it on now

Chrome will soon block resource-draining ads. Here’s how to turn it on now

COMING SOON — Fed up with cryptojacking ads? Google developers have you covered. Dan Goodin - May 14, 2020 7:37 pm UTC Chrome browser users take heart: Google developers are rolling out a feature that neuters abusive ads that covertly leach your CPU resources, bandwidth, and electricity. The move comes in response to a swarm…
Upcoming Chrome Browser Feature Lets You Group Together Multiple Tabs – MacRumors

Upcoming Chrome Browser Feature Lets You Group Together Multiple Tabs – MacRumors

Google has announced a new tab grouping feature coming to Chrome browser that lets users better organize their tabs, however many they have open at the same time. The new Tab groups option will appear in a tab's right-click menu and lets you group your tabs together and label them with a custom name and…
Google Chrome will soon allow users to group their tabs together – CNN

Google Chrome will soon allow users to group their tabs together – CNN

San Francisco (CNN Business)We've all been there: 27 browser tabs open and struggling to find the one we need. Google (GOOGL) wants to help. The tech giant is rolling out a new tool to organize tabs in its Chrome browser and group them together, it announced Wednesday. Users can right click on tabs to add…
Chrome’s latest feature lets users create custom tab groups – SlashGear

Chrome’s latest feature lets users create custom tab groups – SlashGear

Google has announced a new Chrome feature that is currently in beta, one similar to a recently launched feature on the Opera browser. Going forward, Chrome users will be able to better organize their open tabs by separating them into their own groups, each of which can be color-coded and given a custom name. Google…

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