The latest beta release of Chrome includes support for W3C's Credential Management API. The API allows developers to store and sync sign-in information with a browser's credential manager. Chrome support and integration should cut down on the number of sign-ins required by a user while browsing.
Too many people don’t know the difference between OpenID Connect and the OAuth 2.0 specifications. This results in devs publishing insecure apps because they’re using an ID token to secure the API where they should be using an access token. This article helps explain to you the difference.