Using qubits instead of bits gives quantum computers new power to decode communications. Google wants to nip that possibility in the bud.
The company announces it's working on experimental support for WebVR, which follows already-pledged support for the standard by Mozilla and Google.
Google believes unencrypted websites are fundamentally flawed and should be banished. It's enlisted its own web browser to spread the message.
Vizio has announced two new Google Cast speakers under $300: the SmartCast Crave 360 and the Crave Pro.
Don't panic. The Google browser is safe, but the company will drop a feature that leveraged web technologies into separate apps.
The Chrome Web Store will disappear from Windows, Linux and Mac in the second half of 2017.
New apps will be available only on Chromebooks by the end of this year, and will stop loading on non-Chrome OS machines in 2018.
Check out the new tab page in the developer version of the Chrome app before it arrives in the stable channel.
Chrome 55, due out in December, will replace the once-popular plug-in with HTML5, Google says.
The software giant is warning Windows 10 users that Google's Chrome drains battery life much more than Microsoft's own Edge browser.
Current internet encryption methods would have no way to stand up to quantum computers. Luckily, Google's working on it.
Become a Chrome ninja by employing some of these keyboard shortcuts.
How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.