Google Developing Child Internet Controls For Chrome


8/19/2013 2:27 PM

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Google Developing Chrome Controls To Let Parents Limit Children's Internet Activity

The new feature aims to give parents a little more peace of mind about their kids' online activities by limiting what they can do on shared computers and other devices. This is achieved through Googles 'supervised accounts' and allows parents and teachers to control how children use the internet. Read more.

Amazon's Silk Broswer Gets New Look

The Silk web browser, which comes built into Kindle Fire devices has received its first major update since September last year. The updated brings new tutorials, redesigned tabs, better browsers controls, simpler navigation options and easier access to the 'Reading View' feature. Read more.

Yahoo! Release New Google Chrome Toolbar

Along with refreshed versions of its Firefox and Internet Explorer toolbars, Yahoo! also released a new toolbar for the Google Chrome browser. Read more.