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Google Chrome starts suggesting more articles like the one you're reading

It's no secret that Google wants you to browse more and read more — this is a surefire way to see more ads from its network. Over the past months, we've seen suggested articles pop up everywhere in the Google Feed, Google News, Chrome's new tab page, and sometimes even when searching for something. You may remember a "People also view" sliding card that showed up when you were viewing a page from Google Search results. That card evolved over time into "View x related pages," and has now started showing up in Chrome as "More like this."

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Chrome is getting better at saving data, even on videos, downloading pages for offline, and suggesting personalized content

The Chrome team has announced a bunch of new features for its browser and made a few others that we've heard about before official. Without further ado, let's delve into everything new you can expect to see in Chrome stable (and sometimes just Beta and Dev) now.

Data Saver for videos

Data Saver has been an option of Chrome for a while now, but it's still limited compared to the powerful compression of Opera. At best, I've seen it reduce my usage by 15%, but that might be changing soon as the feature gains one important addition: video compression (just like Opera). The team claims that this can save you up to 67% of data on mp4 videos, which is fantastic.

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