Google has started quietly rolling out the latest Chrome update, and there's a new feature that ought to please folks who juggle multiple PCs and Android devices: tab syncing. In a nutshell, the feature lets you bring up tabs from other machines through a menu at the bottom of the new tab page.
The really cool part? Calling up a tab from another machine brings up the tab and its entire browsing history, so in theory, you shouldn't miss out on anything you viewed elsewhere. Pretty swanky.
You might have to wait a little before giving tab sync a try, though. According to Google, "While Chrome will be updated to the latest Stable version over the next few days, the tab sync feature will be rolled out more gradually over the coming weeks."
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