Internet Explorer will finally lose its dominance in the enterprise this year, as Chrome will rise to the top of the browser-of-choice list.
The search giant plans to eventually propose its QUIC transport protocol to the IETF.
NPAPI is disabled by default on Chrome 42, with complete removal scheduled to happen by September 2015.
The top news stories for April 9, 2015.
Google has disabled 192 Chrome extensions that inject ads without being up-front about their activities.
Google says it is working on an update to the top-of-the-line Chromebook Pixel, which is scheduled to arrive "soon."
Google has introduced a new graphical bookmarks manager into Chrome Beta, which means that it could appear in the stable version of Chrome as early as late-December.
Google has updated an experimental password generator for the Chrome browser, though it is not clear if it will make its way into a stable release.
Google Chrome team finally gets LCD-friendly DirectWrite API working for sharper font rendering.
Google has finally responded to a bug in Chrome for Windows that has been quietly zapping up the battery life of some laptops for years.