Fancy test driving a new, improved version of Google's Camera app for Chrome? Well, we're going to show you how.
Want to use Tor on your Chromebook? In this post I show you how to set up a basic Tor connection using a couple of Android apps and some creative know-how.
Google's updated 'New Tab Page' for Chrome aims to make things easier for you - but if you don't like it you can switch it off - and here's how.
I get it. You’ve had your Chromebook for a couple of months and now you want to see what features and changes are coming up. The good news is that Google make it very, very […]
Hidden amongst the 'flags' section of Chrome on OS X is a feature that few people seem to use: Exposé for Tabs.
There are some easy ways you can improve the performance of GMail, Google+ and other websites on the Samsung ARM Chromebook - as this post will show you...
Want to try the new-look app shelf on your Chromebook? We've got the full how-to inside.
Here's 10 Chromebook keyboard shortcuts that can speed up your workflow and make you more productive when using your Chromebook. Ready to learn?
Google Chrome Beta for Android comes with an new Bandwidth Management feature that's well worth turning on. And in this post we'll show you how.
If you don't yet have Hangouts in Gmail but want it, here's how to manually turn it on.
Having trouble installing Google Chrome in Ubuntu 13.04? You're not alone. A dependency change in Ubuntu means that Chrome won't install by default - but fixing it is easy as pie.
Majority of Chromebooks are limited to 2GB RAM, with no option to upgrade the memory. With a dozen tabs open, you can easily fill your available memory. In this How-To, we will show you how to increase your available memory.