As Apple has expanded its use of Differential Privacy to cover its collection and analysis of web browsing and Health-related data, other big players such as Google, Microsoft and Uber are starting to experiment with it.
Chrome 58 for Mac, Windows and Linux is rolling out beginning today and it packs in a bunch of bug fixes and developer enhancements though no support for Touch Bar shortcuts that Google promised earlier.
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Google yesterday released Chrome 57 for Mac, Windows and Linux. The release contains a number of fixes and improvements, as well as a bunch of improvements mostly focused on Android and Chrome OS devices. The browser brings a major feature for web developers: a new grid layout system allowing programmers to easily create web designs for a variety of screen sizes. On the iOS side, Google is currently testing a Safari-like Reading List feature for saving webpages for later.
Safari for iPhone, iPad and Mac has long included a tremendously useful Reading List feature that allows you to save your favorite webpages and access them easily between devices—even without an Internet connection. Google has been working on its own version of Reading List and it’s slated to arrive in an upcoming update to Chrome for iOS, as reported by 9to5Mac. Like with Reading List on Safari, this nifty new addition will let Chrome users save articles and webpages for offline reading at a later date.