I love when a new browser update arrives, because it’s always fun to see which talked-about features are live and which require a little coaxing to appear. Such is the case with Google’s recent launch of Chrome 86, which rolled out to everyone yesterday.
AmidÂ growing anti-Chrome sentiment, there’s still one thing the browser’s good for: convenience. And now, Chrome’s built-in password storing feature is getting upgraded with a new autofill option on Android.
A massive undercover surveillance network was recently outed by the cybersecurity firm Awake Security. It’s serious enough that you should once again triple-check that you aren’t using shady extensions in your Chrome browser.