Long battery life is a big selling point for Chromebooks, but even the longest battery life won't seem long enough when you're out of the house and running low on power.
Is your Chromebook looking plain? Do you want it to stand out from the crowd? Would you like me to stop sounding like a cheesy informercial? If so — read on!
When you come across things you've never heard of, you tend to launch a new tab, but Chrome for Android is working on a more elegant solution.
Google drops a sweet treat in the laps of Nexus owners (among others) this week, as it rolls out the latest release of Android 5.0, nicknamed 'Lollipop'.
Fancy looking at something pretty while listening to your favourite tracks on Google Play Music? Well, now you can.
Safari's "reader mode" feature has, quite rightfully, won plenty of plaudits over the years, making the arrival of a similar option in the latest beta builds of Chrome for Android warmly welcomed.
The long battery life on a Chromebook affords the lazy among us a luxury: close the lid, put it to one side, return a few days later, open and resume.
New to Netflix? If so, here's a primer on how best to use the streaming video service with your collection of Chrome devices. Here's a handy how-to to help.
If you've updated to the latest Chrome OS Dev channel you may be wondering how you access the 'About' page and its channel switching options. Here's how.
It's barely been a week since Google announced the first crop of Android apps to run on Chrome OS. Now, a hack that allows virtually any Android app to be installed has been detailed.
Quiz heads and trivia hounds: if you have Google Chrome for Android installed on your mobile or tablet there's a nifty experimental feature you're going to love.
The release of Google Chrome v37 on the stable channel brings Windows users more than nicer looking fonts. It also brings with it the first stable 64-bit builds.