Ctrl-click on a tab to "select" it, without losing your current selection.
Shift-click to select select a group of tabs.
You can drag any set of tabs out of the current browser.
Chrome should do similar for websites, where by default those things capable of causing problems are switched off. For sites that genuinely make good use of Bluetooth (and where the user is happy with this), it should be easy enough to grant permissions.
is already true. Bluetooth devices aren't visible to web apps without user permission. Source: https://webbluetoothcg.github....
How do you think google is able to have the bowser on your phone, computer and tablet sync the open taps and pre-fetch all the entries in each instances history? Chrome definitely records every webpage you look at and sends it to google.
Okay, first point: pre-fetch is done at the browser. You're hovering over a link? Pre-fetch downloads the link and has it ready for you if you do indeed click on it. Google isn't involved.
Second point: If you turn on browser sync, then yes, your browser operations get tracked so they can be synchronized.... how else would you expect this to work? If you don't like it, turn it off.
If you think that chrome is mis-behaving, by all means download the source (www.chromium.org) and check for yourself.
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In any formula, constants (especially those obtained from handbooks) are to be treated as variables.