The Next Web: This tiny game runs directly in your browser’s title bar — and it’s kinda fun

The Next Web: This tiny game runs directly in your browser’s title bar — and it’s kinda fun. “I was absolutely mind-blown when I first discovered the not-so-hidden Chrome dinosaur game. I’ll never forget that moment, because I spent the next several hours playing it — without even taking a break. I just loved how simple and unassuming it was. But now I’ve found something even simpler and more unassuming. Enter TitleRun, a micro-game that exists entirely in your browser‘s title bar (not to be confused with the URL bar, which is the mistake I first made).”

Tom’s Guide: Huge Google Chrome upgrade will put an end to tab insanity

Tom’s Guide: Huge Google Chrome upgrade will put an end to tab insanity. “We’ve all been there: You have dozens of Google Chrome tabs open at once, and you completely lost track of the one you really need right now. Fortunately, Google has a new solution to our collective tab hoarding problem. As spotted by Laptop Mag, Google’s new Tab Groups feature is rolling out in the Chrome 81 build of the popular web browser. This feature lets you group up tabs as if they were files in a folder, allowing you to have discrete labels for each.”

Ubergizmo: Latest Opera Update Will Make Easier To Manage Multiple Tabs

Ubergizmo: Latest Opera Update Will Make Easier To Manage Multiple Tabs. “These days browsers pretty much all come with tabs. Depending on the type of user you are, you might be the type that has many tabs open at once. This can be rather confusing if you’re trying to sort between the tabs, but if you’re an Opera user, then you might want to check out the latest update to the browser.”

Gizmodo: How to Stop Too Many Tabs From Taking Over Your Browser

Gizmodo: How to Stop Too Many Tabs From Taking Over Your Browser. “Browser tabs. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them. They’re both incredibly useful and an extremely annoying suck on your productivity and your computer’s system resources. But perhaps there is a way to use multiple tabs the way the universe intended without letting them run roughshod over your life.”

Lifehacker: How to Share Chrome Browser Tabs Across Devices

Lifehacker: How to Share Chrome Browser Tabs Across Devices. “Google is finally rolling out a convenient new tool for sharing Chrome tabs between devices. Cross-device tab sharing has been in Chrome Canary builds for a few months, but now appears to be available for many users in the stable desktop and mobile versions as well. We’ll show you how to enable the setting and share tabs from both desktop and mobile.”

CogDogBlog: Every Open Tab a Curiosity Beckons

CogDogBlog: Every Open Tab a Curiosity Beckons. “I’ve mentioned it more than once here, but maybe the best thing I have done to put some serendipity wonder into the daily web browsing experience is installing the Library of Congress Free to Use extension.” I mentioned this extension last summer but Alan takes a deep dive.

Ubergizmo: Chrome’s New ‘Tab Groups’ Feature Will Make Tab Organization Easier

Ubergizmo: Chrome’s New ‘Tab Groups’ Feature Will Make Tab Organization Easier. “Google is working on a new feature for its popular Chrome browser called ‘Tab Groups.’ As the name suggests, it’s going to make it much easier to organize tabs open in the browser. Since many of us tend to have an unreasonable amount of tabs open at any given time, this is certainly going to make life easier for many users.”

Ars Technica: A look at Chrome’s new tab design

Ars Technica: A look at Chrome’s new tab design . Not thrilled. “Chrome is getting a major redesign soon, and this week new changes have started to land in the Chrome’s nightly ‘Canary’ build. Google is launching a new version of Material Design across its products, called the ‘Google Material Theme,’ and after debuting in Android P and Gmail.com, it’s starting to roll out across other Google’s major products. On Chrome, this means major changes to the tab and address bar. Remember, this is just a nightly build, so things could change before the stable release. “

Lifehacker: Organize Your Excessive Browser Tabs with ‘Toby’

Lifehacker: Organize Your Excessive Browser Tabs with ‘Toby’. “I recently stumbled across the extension Toby (Chrome, Firefox), and I’m surprised at how much I love it. So much so that it has replaced the pretty Chrome Delight and Earth View from Google Earth extensions I’ve been using whenever I open a new tab. I’m one-hundred percent Toby now, because it’s one of the best ways I’ve seen to get a little more control over all those open tabs in my browser.”