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Google settles $5 billion privacy lawsuit for tracking users in Chrome’s Incognito mode

Google has agreed to settle a lawsuit that accused it of tracking users' online activities even when they were using Chrome's Incognito mode.

Google tells users to update Chrome to avoid any hacking risks

The company said it has released a security patch for Google Chrome users on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems that will roll out over the coming days/weeks.

Google announces new updates to improve Chromecast, Google TV

In a bid to better its offering in the internet television space, global technology major Google is rolling out some major updates to improve...

Google unlocks new Meet, Chromebooks features to empower teachers and students

Those using the Google Workspace for Education Plus or Teaching and Learning Upgrade will now get added features focused on increasing interconnectivity.
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Google to launch Chromecast with Google TV in India

The move looks to expand the Chromecast with Google TV availability to more countries including India and three more countries.

Center issues warning against use of Google Chrome

The warning is issued for the users who are using the Google Chrome version prior to 101.0.4951.64.

Centre issues ‘high risk’ warning for Google Chrome users

Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN) has issued a warning for all Google Chrome users while categorising the severity rating as ‘High’.

Mega chrome extension replaced with cryptocurrency-stealing malware

The attacks happened on September 4, 2018, when MEGA Chrome extension was updated to version 3.39.4 on the Google Chrome Web Store.
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Acer Chromebook Spin 11 launched at starting price of $349

The new convertible Acer Chromebook Spin 11 features a stylish design that can be used in four versatile usage modes.

VMware to offer unified endpoint management to Google’s Chrome devices

US based cloud infrastructure firm VMware has become the first unified endpoint management (UEM) provider to Google’s Chrome devices.