All articles by Ed Hewitt

Chrome OS 29 adds Immersive Browsing and Wallpaper Syncing

Google has released a new version of their operating system for Chrome devices. Version 29 brings major UI improvements such as Immersive browsing, improvements to App Launcher and wallpaper syncing.

22 August 2013

WebRTC arrives on Chrome for Android 29

Chrome for Android has been updated to version 29, adding support for WebRTC enables video and voice communication directly in the browser without a plugin.

21 August 2013

Smarter Omnibox in Chrome Stable 29

The Chrome team have released version 29 into the stable channel bringing smarter omnibox suggestions and resetting your Chrome profile.

20 August 2013
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Google+ Photos app now available for all Chromebooks

Google+ Photos app is now available for all Chromebooks from today, originally exclusive to the Chromebook Pixel.

20 August 2013

First Update for Chromecast now Available, Beta & Dev Channels

The first Chromecast update is pushing out to devices from today, Beta and Dev Channels are also now available for users wanting the bleeding edge.

1 August 2013

Multiple Fixes land in Chrome and Chrome OS 28 Today

Both Chrome and Chrome OS stable channel has been updated today, resolving several security issues and fixes for Samsung Chromebook and Chromebook Pixel.

30 July 2013

Google Releases Chromecast Android App

Google have released the Chromecast Android App to the Play Store for setting up andĀ configuring all the Chromecast devices in your home.

25 July 2013

Chrome OS 28 Released. Blink, Improved File Manager & Immersive Browsing

Google has released a new version of their operating system for Chrome device. Version 28 brings the new rendering engine, Blink to Chrome OS; an all-new file manager and immersive browsing.

11 July 2013

Chromebooks – Fastest Growing part of the PC Industry

In a report by NPD Group Inc, Chromebooks have in the past eight months gained 20 to 25% of the U.S. market for laptops that cost less than $300, making Google's laptops the fastest-growing part of the PC industry based on price.

11 July 2013