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Chrome 59 For Android Now Loads Pages Faster

It is obvious that internet browsers are slowly getting better, especially in terms of battery life and performance, which are very important for smartphones. Google recently released a new version of Chrome for Linux, Mac and Windows, but
Android users have been skipped.
Starting today, the latest Chrome 59 is available for the platform and brings some well-worth improvements. The new version further improves the loading speed of web pages by 10 to 20%, as well as using less memory thanks to updated JavaScript engine. There are a couple of stability fixes and complete support for animated PNGs.



Amazon Cuts Huawei Watch 2 Price To $194.99

Huawei's latest smartwatch has received a temporary price cut in the United States. There is no word on how long the promotion will last, but those interested

This Medical Camera Can See Right Through Human Body

Now, a team at the University of Edinburgh has developed a medical camera that can see right through your body. This new camera works by detecting light sources inside the body, such as

Google Search About To Receive A New “Speed Test Tool”, Here Is How To Use It

I use the Speed Test tool by Ookla to check the speed of my broadband connection. Generally, I use Google Search to visit the website. But the last time when I Googled the term “speed test,” I didn’t have to go much further than the search result itself.

Microsoft Has Released The First Windows 10 Build 16353 For Insiders

As Fall Creators Update is nearing its release, Skip Ahead was announced last month. It enables fast ring users to continue receiving new features, though the RS_PRERELEASE