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SQLite 3.40 is now available with official support for Wasm

SQLite 3.40 is now available with official support for Wasm

SQLite 3.40.0 has been made available with official Wasm compilation support. Web developers can now utilize SQL to query local databases with the help of the browser's local storage, session storage and OPFS (Origin-Private FileSystem). The supporting system, however, is still patchy. The de... Read more

date15 days ago
Google ends support for JPEG XL in Chromium

Google ends support for JPEG XL in Chromium

Google will phase out JPEG XL from Chromium. The format has been supported from February 2022 onwards, but Google reportedly sees too little interest in the ecosystem to continue maintaining the standard. Chromium M110, an upcoming version of the browser backend, will not support the JPEG XL for... Read more

date1 month ago
Google patches critical vulnerability in Chrome

Google patches critical vulnerability in Chrome

Google is deploying a Chrome update to address a critical vulnerability actively exploited by hackers. According to a blog post published by Google on Friday, the flaw was discovered in Chrome for Windows, Mac and Linux. Google's experts are working on fixing the problem, which will be released ... Read more

date3 months ago
Google announces third-party cookies will stick around

Google announces third-party cookies will stick around

Google delayed the end of third-party cookies in Chrome yet again. The tech giant said on Wednesday that the browser will support third-party cookies until the second half of 2024. Google initially pledged to discontinue third-party cookie functionality in Chrome browser by 2023. The pledge came... Read more

date4 months ago
New Chrome feature cuts back on CPU usage to prolong battery life

New Chrome feature cuts back on CPU usage to prolong battery life

Google's testing a feature called 'Quick Intensive Throttling' that decreases CPU load by 10 percent to lengthen the battery life of laptops and mobile devices. An option named 'Intensive Wake Up Throttling' was added by Google in Chrome 87 to stop JavaScript from waking up a tab more than once ... Read more

date5 months ago
Microsoft puts an end to Internet Explorer

Microsoft puts an end to Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer will no longer be available on modern Windows versions from Wednesday 15 June onwards. Microsoft is putting an end to the browser. Most Windows 10 users will be redirected to Microsoft Edge, the modern variant of Explorer. For them, Internet Explorer is no longer available. Use... Read more

date6 months ago
Google revamps Chrome browser with machine learning

Google revamps Chrome browser with machine learning

Google made significant changes to the upcoming edition of Chrome. According to the tech giant, new machine learning functionality provides users with an optimal experience. The upcoming edition of Google Chrome includes a number of tweaks that use machine learning models on devices. Among othe... Read more

date6 months ago
New data: Only two browsers have over 1 bln users in the world

New data: Only two browsers have over 1 bln users in the world

According to Atlas VPN, Apple's Safari web browser has more than one billion users. Google's Chrome is the only other browser with more than a billion users. Chrome, with roughly 3.4 billion users, still outnumbers Safari. It's vital to remember that these figures include both desktop and mobile... Read more

date6 months ago
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