Google Chrome 101 is landing in the later hours of today. It is a milestone release because it contains the first implementation of Google's ad profiling mechanisms called the Topics API and FLEDGE.
Windows 11 Preview in Beta Channel comes with Tablet-optimized taskbar
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Windows 11 Dev Channel finally brings Task Manager with a right click, and more
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The Amazon-owned home security company Blink today announced two new cameras for the home, the Blink Indoor and Blink Outdoor. The cameras start at $79.99 and can be pre-ordered today.
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Microsoft has detailed in a blog post that it won't be porting the EdgeHTML engine to Android or iOS for the Edge browser on the two platforms. Instead, opting for WebKit on iOS and Blink on Android.
Opera 39 now features heap compaction which significantly reduces the amount of memory sites used up. In tests, Opera developers saw memory usage drop by more than half on popular websites.
Microsoft has released a new update for its Blink photo app made for Windows Phone 8, with a revamped user interface and a number of new features, including quick switching between modes.
Opera has announced it has launched the first public beta of its new Chromium engine-based web browser for Windows and Mac platforms, adding some new features while also removing its mail client.
Microsoft has announced it is adding support for its Pointer Events web standard to Blink, the engine that will be used in future versions of Google's Chrome web browser.
Microsoft has filed the necessary paperwork with the USPTO to trademark "Blink", despite Google announcing at the start of this month that their new Chrome rendering engine will be called Blink
Google has announced that future versions of its Chrome web browser will use Blink, a new rendering engine that's based on Chrome's current WebKit engine, which has been used since Chrome started.
Microsoft Research has now released Blink, a new photo app for Windows Phone 8 smartphone owners that takes a burst of separate shots and allows the user to pick which image is the best.