Google tried to kill ‘www,’ until Chrome users protested the change

Google tried to kill ‘www,’ until Chrome users protested the change

Google is on a warpath with URLs, but critics forced Google to continue displaying the “www” and “m” portion of a URL in Chrome’s search bar, but Google announced that this will once again change in Chrome 70.

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Acer’s new Chromebook Spin 15 is the largest Chrome OS laptop/tablet convertible yet

Acer’s new Chromebook Spin 15 is the largest Chrome OS laptop/tablet convertible yet

In addition to launching the Chromebook 13 and Chromebook Spin 13 this morning, Acer announced larger 15-inch models. The Spin 15 is the more premium version, but the line in general focuses on more casual use cases and media watching, with the Chromebook 15 targeted as being “value-oriented.”

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FIDO Alliance and W3C announce WebAuthn, a new open standard for password-free logins, currently supported in Firefox, and to be supported in Chrome and Edge

FIDO Alliance and W3C announce WebAuthn, a new open standard for password-free logins, currently supported in Firefox, and to be supported in Chrome and Edge


Russell Brandom / The Verge:

FIDO Alliance and W3C announce WebAuthn, a new open standard for password-free logins, currently supported in Firefox, and to be supported in Chrome and Edge  —  One small step towards a world without phishing  —  Web browsers are building a new way for you to log in, announced today by the W3C and FIDO Alliance standards bodies.