Google Chrome

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Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google, which was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows.
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Google Is Changing Chrome Logo for the First Time Since 2014

On February 4, Google Chrome designer Elvin Hu shared the news in a Twitter thread about the upcoming changes of the browser's logo as well as the thought process that went into the recent redesign. This will be the first Chrome logo update in 8 years since 2014.
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Handy Tips: How to Start Chrome in Guest Mode by Default

Google announced that the new Default to Guest Mode feature of the Chrome browser is now available for Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. In guest mode, users can change other Chrome profiles.
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Google Failed to Evade the Lawsuit That Claims It Tracks Users in Incognito Mode

The search giant is accused of secretly collecting user data even if they use a private Incognito mode in the Google Chrome browser, thus illegally invading millions of users' privacy.
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Google Will Stop Tracking User Activity as It Phases Out Third-Party Cookies

Once Google completely phases out the third-party cookies, it will not replace them with another tracking tech. Instead, the company will build a machine-learning-powered tracking system that groups people into interest groups.
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Google’s T-Rex Browser Game Received a Mod With Double Swords

Google’s T-Rex dinosaur can now get past cacti and birds by simply chopping them down or burning them, thanks to the upgraded version of the famous Easter egg game, created by a partnership between MSCHF and 100 Thieves.
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Microsoft Added Chromebook Support to Minecraft: Education Edition

Minecraft: Education Edition is another way to teach virtually. Microsoft added several additional features to it, which are designed to make it easier to use the game in educational institutions.
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Weekly Fun: A Donkey Arrested for Gambling, a Racoon Herding Sheep, and a New Google Chrome Game

This week’s stories feature open nightclubs where visitors can dance while only sitting on chairs, a new game for “Where’s Wally” lovers, and a new Google Chrome game.

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