Chrome 81 supports more augmented reality and NFC interactions to enhance website interactivity

Google Chromium Team recently launched a new version of Chrome 81 Beta. The new changes are mainly aimed at the mobile AR interactive experience, and the NFC function allows websites to create more user experience. Browser web page NFC Near Field Communications (referred to as NFP) is a short-range wireless technology used to transmit small amounts of data. Web NFC allows websites to read and write NFC tags. This new set of APIs makes it easier for websites to access real-world item information, such as acquiring museum exhibits, managing inventory, and checking attendance records.

Google Search Page Shows Small Icon of Each Sites Now

Google recently updated the mobile search results page design, adding a small icon to the site, the current page looks more like a news message layout, full of publishers’ posts. Google’s concern about the importance of the source may help reduce the source of false news. Although the website has full control over their names and icons, if the real and fake websites happen to appear on the same page, it at least highlights the fact that the real website stands out and fakes the search results of other content farms.

DNS Flag Day: Will Your Website Survive?

What is the DNS Flag Day? The Domain Name System (DNS) was born in the 1980s and the first DNS Extension Protocol Specification (EDNS) was developed in 1990. Although the specifications were formulated nearly 30 years ago, some hosts still do not support the EDNS protocol, which has caused other hosts to make additional countermeasures for this, slowing down the DNS speed and limiting the new features of the DNS. For this reason, DNS vendors and large public DNS service providers will delete these old processes on the “DNS Flag Day” day.