Hmm. I have read this several times and it still doesn’t make sense to me. 🙂 How is it possible for Chrome to delete data from other apps??? Isn’t Chrome just another app, or have I missed something and Chrome is now part of the OS, a’la Internet Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 3.1 days (or whatever)?
Oh lordy. I’ve been missing out on some of these things. I will be reading this more closely in the near future. 🙂
This would be great, wouldn’t it?! 🙂
It looks like the xTab extension does this for the desktop / runtime version of Chrome.
Anyone else??? I’ve been getting 404 and 403 errors on all of my devices, browsers, etc.
The Verge: Google reportedly pulls Huawei’s Android license.
I think I’ve determined that the Google Play Music app on Android has no background services. Maybe that’s why it is so jittery and prone to error; There is no overseer handling things.
What do YOU think?!
I would like to see a more responsive, intuitive, thoughtful engine behind my music player.
The Verge: Why Google’s Pixel phones matter.
The Verge: Google’s Inbox app is shutting down in March 2019.
Well, I guess this makes sense. Recently I did find myself using both Inbox and Gmail for different purposes; I used Inbox for a quick triage of stuff and then use Gmail for composition and search functionality. I didn’t know what Google’s roadmap for either of these apps were so I thought they could be used complementarily. However for simplicity’s sake it seems like just using a single Google e-mail app make sense.
I’m still holding out for the next incarnation of Google Wave!!! 🤞🍀🦄
WIRED: Google Wants to Kill the URL.
In this case murder might not be so bad. 🙂 But who else thinks this title is unnecessarily provocative??