Tag Archive: Pages

Chrome 77 now rolling out, lets you share pages across your devices

Chrome 77 for Chrome OS is slated to begin rolling out next week.

What you need to know Chrome 77 is now rolling out for Android, Mac, Windows, iOS, and Linux platforms. The latest version of Google’s Chrome browser brings the ability to share pages across multiple devices, stability improvements, and security fixes. Chrome 77 for Android is expected to become available for everyone on Google Play over the next few weeks.

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Chrome browser will soon mark all HTTP pages as ‘Not secure’, because they aren’t

Google wants you to know which websites are safe and which aren’t.

Google wants to rid the web of sites not protected by HTTPS encryption, and it has told us how it is going to do its part to let everyone know that “regular” HTTP sites are “Not secure” in Chrome version 68.

Coming in July 2018, whenever a user navigates to an HTTP site in Chrome the Omnibox will spell it all out.

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Google to sprinkle quick-loading AMP pages throughout mobile search results

Google will soon offer Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) as part of its larger set of search results in Chrome and other mobile browsers. While these pages have previously surfaced in the Top Stories section of mobile searches, the company will soon be mixing them in with standard results.

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To clarify, this is not a ranking change for sites. As a result of the growth of AMP beyond publishers, we wanted to make it easier  [Read More…]

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 4 and 4S leak on company support pages

It looks like a couple of new Alcatel OneTouch phones, the Idol 4 and the Idol 4S, have leaked out before they were meant to. The pair of phones were outed by, of all things, Alcatel’s own support site, with pages detailing the complete specifications of each phone.

According to the support page, the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 4 features a 5.2-inch 1080p IPS display, and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. It’s powered  [Read More…]

Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages project picks up steam

Google has released an update post on how the Accelerated Mobile Pages project is progressing. It’s stated that numerous publishers, technology providers and developers have pledged support for the project by expressing interest and/or implementing support. Google made the project official back in October, which aims to make the web faster and more responsive for those on mobile hardware.

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Google introduces Accelerated Mobile Pages Project to make the mobile web faster

Google has introduced Accelerated Mobile Pages Project, its new way to make the mobile web even faster. Back in September, it was first revealed that Google was likely working on this type of project, and now it is official.

Twitch updates Fire TV app with new profile pages and more

Twitch has announced an update to its app for Amazon’s Fire TV, finally bringing the ability to login and follow your favorite broadcasters. In addition, there’s a bit of chat support thrown in, along with new profile pages and more.

Facebook balances content from Friends and Pages in latest News Feed changes

Facebook has again made some changes to the way they display content in your News Feed in hopes of bringing a better balance.

Finding a good balance between too much content and not enough content is a tough task and Facebook has been taking user feedback to heart on this. Facebook is once again changing the content that is displayed in your News Feed based on what they have been hearing.

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Community pages get a face-lift in latest Google Plus for Android update

Google has started rolling out an update to Google Plus on Android today that brings a new and refreshed look to community pages.

The new look brings Google Plus Communities a bit more in line with the look of profile pages, with a large header image at the top of the page just above the community name.

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Getting to know Google+ – Pages, Communities, and What’s Hot

Some areas of Google+ are great for immersing yourself in a topic, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed when the signal to noise ratio tips.

Once you gotten yourself settled in to Google+, by which I mean your account has been completed and you’ve either located your current friends or gone out to find some new ones through Google’s recommendations, it’s time to really make the service yours. Google+ has some  [Read More…]