Category: chrome

How to Use Nearby Share on Samsung S20 Device

Among the gadgets released in 2020, the Samsung S20 Android has attracted so much attention. And you have the easy-to-use Nearby Share feature to thank for all this hype. You can really only compare the remarkable Samsung S20 Nearby Share feature to Apple’s Airdrop. So let’s take a little time to understand how to use this intriguing […]
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A Look at What’s New in Chrome DevTools in 2020

I’m excited to share some of the newer features in Chrome DevTools with you. There’s a brief introduction below, and then we’ll cover many of the new DevTools features. We’ll also look at what’s happening in some other browsers. I keep up with this stuff, as I create Dev Tips, the largest collection of DevTools […]
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Ditching Chrome? Heres how to move your bookmarks and passwords to another browser

Ditching Chrome? Here’s how to move your bookmarks and passwords to another browser

If you’ve been considering making a jump away from Google Chrome, you’re not alone. Plenty of people are toying with the idea, whether because of concerns over privacy or perhaps issues with performance. Others just want a change of pace. Thankfully, whatever your reasoning for switching web browsers, the process is a lot simpler than […]
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Microsoft adds dual-screen emulation to Chromium

Microsoft adds dual-screen emulation to Chromium

Microsoft is still launching their Surface Duo dual-screen Android handset later this year, and ideally, they want developers to support the form factor. This includes web developers, and to help them optimise their websites for dual-screens Microsoft is adding dual-screen support to the built-in F12 emulator in Chromium. Gallery Microsoft, of course, is not the […]
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Dont worry, Chrome extensions are safe to use in Edge

Don’t worry, Chrome extensions are safe to use in Edge

Despite the fact that both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge use Chromium as the source code and the fact that Edge supports Chrome extensions, on visiting the Chrome Web Store, Edge users were warned about the potential security risks of using Chrome extension on Edge. Many argued that it’s another trick by Google to discourage […]
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Chrome 81 beta adds support for AR and web NFC

Google has released a Chrome 81 beta that includes WebXR support for browser-based AR and a new Web NFC framework. Developers will now be able to have a way to bring AR to users across platforms without having to rely on native apps. Chrome 81 enables flags that already existed in the current framework of […]
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