We might have to wait for Google to reveal more on its plans to let select Android apps run natively on Chrome OS, but there's already a handy alternative (of sorts) available to us in the meantime.
The latest nightly builds of Firefox for Android features native support for Google Chromecast, allowing select content to be 'cast' to a big screen TV.
Consider yourself to be a clued-up user of Google Chrome for Android? So did I...until I discovered the following gestures that make using the browser a teeny tiny bit easier on equally teeny tiny screens.
An all new beta release of Google Chrome for Android is now rolling out on the Play Store and you won't fail to notice the more material of changes...
Want to view all your favourite Android apps and games on the big screen? Chromecast recently rolled out Mirroring support for select devices that does just this.
When is a website not just a website? When it's running in Chrome on Android L, it seems.
Android L and sleek new smartwatches may have commanded most attention at Google I/O summit, but Chrome OS also managed to draw a few wows of its own.
A pair of screenshots alleged to be taken from Android 'L', the next major release of Google's mobile operating system, have surfaced online.
Opera for Android 22 debuts a number of improvements designed to make the browser easier to use, including gesture-based tab closing and better downloading.
Following its impromptu appearance to the world earlier this month, new details on the Android-based HP Slatebook 14 have recently emerged online.
Google Chrome for Android has hit version 35, bringing with it an easy way to reopen accidentally closed web pages and control in-tab video.
Hate having to put in a password to unlock your Chromebook? Good news: you'll soon be able to login to Chrome OS simply by putting your phone near it.