Google revealed a slew of changes that will make Chrome extensions more secure going forward.
Google said it will make some UI changes and let people opt-out of having their Google accounts connected to Chrome when they sign in to its services.
Google updated Chrome to automatically connect someone's Google account, which is required to enable a tab-syncing feature, when they sign in to its services.
Chrome 70 will make it easier to use biometric security on the web and for developers to access devices' ability to identify faces, barcodes and text.
Google outfitted Chrome 69 with a new design, expanded password manager and other features that should make the browser the best it's been since its 2008 debut.
Imperva revealed a flaw in Google Chrome's Blink engine that let hackers play "20 Questions" to learn details about your private data.
Google Chrome will now tell people that sites using HTTP are insecure, and in October, that warning will be made even more prominent.
Google is putting its Material Design aesthetic into its Canary channel for developers and early adopters.
The company said it plans to reintroduce the change with Chrome 70, which is set to debut in October, and that developers should have worked around it by then.
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