Marking six months since the launch of its ChatGPT-like AI app, Microsoft has announced that it is bringing the technology to browsers such as Safari, "soon."
Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers available and is the go-to alternative to Apple's Safari — and both iOS and Mac versions got an update today.
Google might not be completely ready to give up website cookies just yet, but the company is certainly investigating alternatives like a user-tracking ad platform built into one of the most popular web browsers available.
An Apple employee found an incredibly small bug in Chrome and didn't take long to report it, but still Google says he or she was too late, they won't pay up.
macOS Sonoma saw the release of its first public beta recently, and along with it, Apple is bringing its password manager feature to third-party web browsers.
Chrome is a perfectly functional web browser, but it and Google's other services deceptively obscure their incredibly deep data-collation and monetization practices from users. Here's how.
Google has made under-the-hood improvements to Chrome, which have resulted in lighter memory use, improved speed, and better battery life for MacBook owners.
A UK regulator appears to have discovered, but then redacted, that Google has been paying Apple search revenues generated through Chrome in order to discourage it from launching a rival system.
Google announced that passkeys are now in the latest update to Chrome, a security feature companies are adopting to try to replace passwords.