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Lilbits 317: More 2-in-1 Chromebooks

Microsoft isn’t the only company with a new tablet powered by a 6 watt, dual-core Pentium 4415Y processor based on 7th-gen Intel Core “Kaby Lake” architecture. Chrome Unboxed spotted evidence suggesting that HP will offer a version of its Chromebook x2 2-in-1 device with the low-power chip, possibly offering a cheaper option than the $600 […]

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Chrome 65 for Android prevents you from saving screenshots

Google recently rolled out a new version of Chrome for Android this month, bringing a few small changes including easier sharing and deleting of downloaded items, a language preferences setting, and an optional prompt for simplified view on supported articles. But the folks at 9to5Google noticed that Chrome 65 for Android also introduces something that […]

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Firefox 42 beta introduces tracking protection, audio indicators for browser tabs

Firefox 42 will be the first version of Mozilla’s web browser to include tracking protection when surfing the web in private browsing mode. It also introduces audio indicators that let you know which tab is playing sound — and lets you disable sound for that tab simply by clicking the icon. While Firefox 41 is […]

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Mozilla Firefox could make “private browsing” even more private

Most modern web browsers include some sort of private or incognito browsing mode that lets you surf the web without saving any data to your device. There are no cookies or history listings that would let anyone in your household see the websites you’ve visited after a session has ended… so you can shop for […]