Update 2: 2019/05/17 3:08am PDTNow in Stable
We’ve known for a while that the Chrome team was working on tab groups. The feature first showed up in Canary on the desktop, but it’s now made its way to Android, also in the Canary channel. It’s hidden behind a flag though, and works… sort of.
The “Tag groups” flag (found at the URL chrome://flags/#enable-tab-groups) lets you enable groups.
Part of the changes introduced with Chrome’s Duet interface (previously known as Duplex) is a new search button in the bottom bar that lets you jump to the address bar and perform a Google search.
[Update: Now in stable] Chrome testing search-friendly omnibox with faster URL copy and share actions was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Who doesn’t love hearing news that a new vulnerability in one of their computer’s key components—the CPU that powers the whole thing—could allow an attacker to steal critical data (like your passwords or your encryption keys) directly from your processor? It’s always a fun day when that happens. Thankfully, the fixes…
I’ve never been good at Minesweeper, and I think I must have been at least half my age the last time I played the game. It’s hard to make the click-you’re fine, click-you’re dead gameplay sexy, but Google has done an admirable job with its open-source iteration, Proxx.