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Google Chrome 66 Web Browser Goes Live, Blocks Autoplaying Videos and adds 'Site Isolation'

Google has rolled out Chrome 66 to all users this week, bringing some popular and much welcome new features to its web browser. Primarily, Chrome 66 b...

Chrome 57 Massively Reduces CPU and RAM Usage of Google Web Browser

Any Google Chrome power users will be painfully aware the web browser can be a total system resource hog at times. Each and every tab runs as its own...

Edge Beats All Browsers In Power Efficiency, Chrome Fails to Compete Even with Updates

Back in June, Microsoft released a video showcasing 4 Surface Books placed together and running the same video again and again in order to find out wh...

Google Reveals New 'Stadia' Game Streaming Service With 4K 60FPS Promised

It’s showtime for Google, who have ended years of tiptoeing around the games industry and have only bloody gone and done it. Google has announced Stad...

Google is getting sued for anticompetitive tactics by the US Department of Justice

Some of the biggest tech companies in the world are soon to be getting into trouble as they are getting called out on their monopolistic practices. Go...

Microsoft Reportedly Planning To Stream Xbox 360 And Xbox One Games To Windows PCs

Reports indicate that Microsoft is in the process of testing a cloud gaming service that could allow all Xbox 360 and Xbox One games to played at 60 F...

Fresh Spartan Details Leak As Microsoft Looks To Revolutionise Web Browsing

More details have leaked regarding Microsoft’s Spartan browser, detailing its integration into the core of the upcoming Windows 10 operating system. A...

Up For Debate - Which Web Browser Is Best

It's been creaking along for a good old while now but it's been a long time since Microsoft's Internet Explorer was a dominant force amongst web brows...

Up For Debate - Which Web Browser is Best in 2018?

Our relationship with web browsers is often one of convenience. Once we’ve settled on one, with all its associated saved passwords, bookmarks and brow...

Steam No Longer Runs on Windows XP or Vista, Allows Valve to Implement New Steam Features

As of, er, right this moment, Steam no longer supports Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems. Surprise! If you’re one of the vanishingly few...