Hosted Apps are about to get some natty new window control elements in Chrome and Chrome OS, including in-window connection info and basic navigation.
We recently reported that Google was planning to replace the system font used in Chrome OS with "Roboto". As of the latest dev update, it's ready for testing.
Chrome OS dev adds support for always on 'Ok Google' voice search, letting you perform web searches, set reminders and more from any screen, app or website.
Google Chrome is continuing to receive its Material Design makeover in a piecemeal pattern, little bit by little bit, feature by feature.
Smart Unlock and an all new, wider App Launcher are the highlights in the latest Chrome OS Dev Channel update rolling out to eligible users today.
Running a site like this means I find people sobbing in my inbox asking: “Why is my Chromebook so slow?". Soon Chrome can help out.
The end is nigh for NPAPI plugins in Chrome, as Google this week confirms it is on track to remove support for the antiquated plugin format from its browser by next year. As drastic as the deprecation of a plugin […]
I'm going to wager that you've never paid too much attention to the default font used in Chrome OS. But get a good look while you can: it's about to change.
There's a shiny new developer channel release of Chrome OS rolling out, and there are a few interesting changes to look out for.
New look 'folders' are coming to the Chrome app launcher on Windows, Linux and Chrome OS, giving the feature a more pronounced, Material Design look.
“Can I use Skype on a Chromebook?” — a question we all see frequently asked. But until now the answer has been: "No, at least not officially". But could that be about to change?
Google is bringing 'open with…' file associations for Chrome Apps to the Windows desktop.