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Google Chrome

Google Chrome to start blocking autoplay videos in January If you regularly plug headphones into your computer when browsing the internet, you likely know the evils of autoplay videos. One second you're browsing in peace, the next your eardrums are obliterated by an insanely loud advertisement.

Google is being the ultimate pal: In an upcoming update to its Chrome web browser, it will block any autoplay video that has sound. "Starting in Chrome 64," an official blog post noted Thursday, "autoplay will be allowed when either the media won't play sound, or the user has indicated an interest in the media."
How does Google know whether you've indicated an interest in the media? Chrome will register you being interested in autoplay videos when you add a webpage to your phone's home screen or when you frequently play media from a site on Chrome's desktop browser. Outside these parameters, autoplay videos will be paused until you click play.
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iPhone X VS iPhone 8

iPhone X VS iPhone 8
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