If you use Firefox for Android, you may have noticed that the Google search results are not displaying the usual “Mobile Friendly” tags that normally display before all mobile friendly search results. This screenshot was taken with the Firefox for Android app, with a version that hasn’t been updated to the newest release. It isn’t […]
Google Chrome is Google’s browser. It is a free browser, launching in 2008. It has the most market share of all browsers, with an estimated 60% of all desktop browsers. On mobile, it has about 45% of the market share for mobile users.
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Brett Tabke reported today with a couple tidbits [edited: the thread was removed, but it is back and located here; edited again: thread is now here] from Pubcon that were being tossed around at the conference about Google’s new mobile friendly algorithm that launched today, although unfortunately they weren’t attributed to anyone in particular to […]
Ilya Grigorik from Google has posted a reminder that Chrome 42, the browser’s next stable build, will start displaying expired certificates. We have known for some time that Google was making the change, as back in January they announced that Google would begin flagging non-HTTPS sites in an upcoming build. Google recommends downloading Chrome Canary […]
Both Google Chrome and Mozilla’s Firefox will stop trusting new digital certificates that of the issued by China Internet Information Center (CNNIC) following last week’s breach that saw unauthorized security certificates for various Google URLs. In simple terms, CNNIC issued certificates to Egypt –based MCS Holdings in the name of various Google domains, which is […]
After much speculation that Google Chrome would be alerting users to any website that doesn’t employ HTTPS, we finally know how Google plans to flag unsecured websites in Google Chrome, the different settings it uses and best of all, anyone can test it out. Ilya Grigorik posted what he calls his “New favorite Chrome Canary […]