Google has launched a new Chromecast Preview Program, which lets you receive new Chromecast firmware before everyone else does!
The image viewer (come-editor) that’s included in Chrome OS is useful enough, right? That is until you want to resize an image. Chrome’s built-in image editor can’t handle anything that exotic. At least, not yet. Photo […]
Google is looking to add support for pre-loaded OEM apps on new Chrome OS devices — does this mean the era of Chromebook bloatware?
Google is making it easier to log back in to your Chromebooks with the addition of a new PIN Unlock feature, now in testing.
Access to the Google Play Store, and a world of Android Apps, has begun rolling out to the ASUS Chromebook Flip.
Do you wish you were able to adjust the screen temperature on your Chromebook using an app like F.lux? If so, you may be in luck. Recent changes to the way Chrome OS works could finally allow app developers to […]
Brotli is Google's new HTTP compression format. It can reduce the size of web assets, which makes them transfer quicker. The net result: faster page loading.
Google is to make it even easier to cast a tab from Chrome to a TV, with native, add-on free Chromecast available in the latest builds of the web browser.
The Chrome notification centre — a pet hate of many — is to be removed from Chrome. Upcoming Windows, Mac and Linux versions of the browser will no longer include the feature Google has announced. Why? Well, […]
The sudden jolt of panic caused by a background tab playing a video unexpectedly... Yeah, it's something most of us are familiar with. But Google's pressing pause on auto-play media.
Google Chrome is edging closer to a full material design revamp with the arrival of a new flag in development builds.
The number of developers using Chromebooks to code is on the rise.