Google has added support for light and dark themes to Chrome OS. The operating system is a little late to the party, with rival platforms having supported system-wide dark mode for years. But better later than never.

Chrome OS 104 with Dark Theme enabled (via 9to5Google)

In other tech news from around the web, GitLab has walked back a decision to delete older, inactive projects from users of its free tier, DuckDuckGo says starting this week its web browser and browser extensions will block all third-party trackers by default (previously there was an exception for Microsoft due to a partnership agreement), Amazon has acquired the company that makes Roomba-branded robotic vacuum cleaners, and you can now use Nintendo Joy-Con controllers to play Steam games on a PC… if you’re running the latest beta version of the Steam Client.

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One reply on “Lilbits: Dark mode comes to Chrome OS, Amazon buys iRobot (maker of Roomba), DuckDuckGo Browser now blocks Microsoft trackers”

  1. Amazon’s warehouse robots are about as developed as they need to be. This acquisition probably just means Alexa integration and expanded data mining on anyone who owns a roomba.

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