Browsing Google Chrome and the Physical Web

Google Chrome Physical Web URL

Chrome 57 has launched, and with it in-browser support for the Physical Web. Now, when a user goes to conduct a search or enter a web URL, any nearby Physical Web addresses will appear just below the address bar as seen in the above graphic. It adds another piece to the proximity puzzle – allowing your […]

Google, Beacons and the Black Box

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When Google launched its response to the Apple iBeacon standard, it established itself as best-in-class for the field. But as it worked to integrate different initiatives within the company, it has left some notable gaps that hinder the development of effective user experiences. It can be hard enough to understand all of the competing terms and […]

Google Updates Terms of Service for the Physical Web

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Google has updated its Terms of Service for Chrome to clarify the use of the browser as part of the “Physical Web“. The update, which coincides with the release of beacon detection in Chrome browsers for iOS (with Android support expected in the coming days), clarifies that users won’t be sharing personally identifiable data from […]