The game, inspired by Chrome's dinosaur runner one, mocks the government's lack of transparency and suggests it can get away with anything, even if it runs into hurdles.
Yet another reminder that your "incognito" browsing is not as private as you believe.
Browser makers announced they would block the Kazakhstan government’s root certificate, which was designed to spy on citizens’ internet usage.
Google says the changes will improve performance and security. Ad block developers and consumer advocates say Google is simply protecting its ad dominance.
The way that major browsers store history and structure links leaves them vulnerable to old school ‘sniffing’ attacks, according to new research from the University of California San Diego.
Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla are supporting WebAuthn, a login standard so users more easily access services without a password, and instead use fingerprint data, a hardware token or an app.
Opera is built on the same engine as Chrome but is optimized to use less memory, which has made life much less frustrating for tab-obsessed users.
In Space Live - Advent of the Net Idols, Chrome and Safari compete for virtual supremacy.