Chrome v22 has been released, and with it over 40 vulnerabilities - 15 of which high-severity - have been closed.
The next official release of Google's Chrome browser will more than likely support the Do Not Track (DNT) initiative by sending the DNT HTTP header to websites if the user chooses it, as the support was added to the browser's latest developer build.
It is a well-known fact that some Facebook users simply can't stand the (relatively) new Timeline interface and have actively sought for ways to revert their accounts to the old "look".
Following the announcement that it will be upping the monetary rewards given to security researchers that responsibly disclose Chromium vulnerabilities, Google has announced that it will also increase the prizes given out to successful participants of its Pwnium competition.
Google has instituted a new rule that should keep Chrome users safe from malicious add-ons: starting with version 21.0.1180.41 (currently in beta), the browser will block all third-party extensions, apps, and user scripts that are not hosted on the Chrome Web Store.
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