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WordPress 5.9 Beta 2

December 7th, 2021

WordPress 5.9 Beta 2 is now available for testing! This software version is still under development. Please do not run this software on a production site. Instead, install it on a test site, where you can try out the newest features to get a feel for how they will work on your site. You can…

Our favorite Chrome extensions of 2021

December 7th, 2021

All year, developers from around the world build Chrome extensions that make browsing easier, more productive, and more personalized — whether you’re on the web to work, learn, play, or all of the above. Today, we’re sharing our favorite extensions of the year that help people continue to virtually stay connected, get things done and…

How to Use an iPad for WordPress Theme Development

December 6th, 2021

I recently started university and, before buying a MacBook Air (the M1 chips are amazing by the way), I had to use an iPad Pro for class. However, being a Computer Science student meant I had to find a way to use it for programming. Therefore, I started my quest to find the best way…

Snap faster, hear better and do more with your Pixel

December 6th, 2021

One of the sweet things about being a Pixel user is that your phone continues to get a boost of helpfulness with Feature Drops. Whether you want to quickly tap to access Snapchat from your Pixel lock screen or control the bass levels on your Pixel Buds A-Series, we’ve got an update you’ll love. This…

Google Korea’s volunteering spirit runs deep

December 5th, 2021

I grew up in a challenging environment, but I always felt fortunate to be surrounded by people who would always lend a helping hand when I needed it. Even at the young age of 10, their actions motivated me to extend help to people I interact with and that brought me joy. Thanks to the…

Test Your Site With Real Users

December 2nd, 2021

A few years ago, there was this French book publisher. They specialize in technical books and published an author who wrote a book about CSS3, HTML5, and jQuery. The final version, however, had a glaring typo on the cover where “HTML5” was displayed as “HTLM5.” Read that twice. Yes. “HTLM5.” (Note that it was also…

Making healthcare options more accessible on Search

December 2nd, 2021

Navigating the U.S. healthcare system can be quite challenging, so it’s no wonder three in four people turn to the internet first in their search for health information. By providing timely and authoritative health information, plus relevant resources and tools on Google Search, we’re always exploring ways to help people make more informed choices about…

Faster Chrome – Let The Compiler do the work

December 1st, 2021

Chrome is fast, but there’s always room for improvement. Often, that’s achieved by carefully crafting the algorithms that makeup Chrome. But there’s a lot of Chrome, so why not let computers do at least some part of our work? In this installment of The Fast And The Curious, we’ll show you several changes in how…

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