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Google Chrome now detects typos in your URLs

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Google Chrome will now check for typos in your URLs and display suggested websites based on what it thinks you meant. The company announced the change as part of a larger accessibility update and says the feature will come to desktop first before arriving on mobile in the “coming months.”

I’m not seeing the feature on Chrome on macOS just yet, but it seems like a handy tool to make sure you’re getting to the right websites (and not those questionable ones you often land on when you misspell the name of a popular site).

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Now, all users will be able to see whether a location is wheelchair accessible.

Additionally, Google revealed a few updates to its Live Caption feature that transcribes what…

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