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Google Chrome no longer breaks Web games, but the fix won’t last
Ars Technica
Google is rolling back a recent Chrome browser update that inadvertently broke the audio in many HTML5-based Web games. But the browser maker says it plans to reimplement the feature in October, a move that has failed to satisfy many Web-based …
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Published On: Wed, May 16th, 2018

Google Chrome no longer breaks Web games, but the fix won’t last – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Google Chrome no longer breaks Web games, but the fix won't last
Ars Technica
Google is rolling back a recent Chrome browser update that inadvertently broke the audio in many HTML5-based Web games. But the browser maker says it plans to reimplement the feature in October, a move that has failed to satisfy many Web-based ...
Google Backtracks On Chrome Update That Broke Browser GamesKotaku
Google: We're having to hit pause on Chrome's audio autoplay blockZDNet
Welp, Google is pausing its autoplay blocking featureMashable
Android Headlines -Tom's Hardware -Google Developers -Monorail
all 34 news articles »

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