Google Chrome could soon warn you about data-heavy websites

Google has introduced a new Heavy Page Capping feature in development/preview versions of Chrome. The feature essentially warns users when they’re loading a data-heavy web page. The new feature might be handy for users on mobile connections, allowing them to save more mobile data. Thanks to initiatives like AMP and …

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T-Mobile expands Simple Global, adds LTE allowance for $5/day

T-Mobile has added 70 new countries to its Simple Global plan. The Un-carrier now offers $5 daily international data passes that provide up to 512MB of LTE data. T-Mobile has been leading the charge on making it extremely easy for American customers to continue using their U.S.-based carrier when traveling internationally. …

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System76 Linux computer maker offers a sneak peek into its new manufacturing facility

System76 has long been a Linux computer seller, but recently, it has transitioned into a Linux computer maker. What’s the difference, you ask? Well, currently, the company doesn’t really make its own computers. System76’s laptops, for instance, are made by other manufacturers, which it re-brands as its own. No, System76 …

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Improved audio, Android Auto support, and more coming to YouTube Music

Google is adding several new features to YouTube Music that were missing at launch. Some of these features include the ability to change the playback audio quality, Android Auto support, and much more. Once implemented, these features should make YouTube Music a more competitive music platform. When Google rebranded YouTube …

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