Google I/O 2014 did more than showcase a bevy of new features for Chrome and Chromecast — it also gave us with cold, hard stats to underline its successes.
It's June which means that the collective attention of the internet is now deeply focused on trying to predict what Google will reveal at the annual I/O developer conference.
Can the new Chrome OS notebook from Samsung repeat the success of its predecessor? We take a look at three areas it excels in.
Google offers every new Chromebook owner 100GB of free online storage space for two years — but what happens to your files once the offer expires?
Full specifications for the ASUS C200 Chromebook have been listed in an official sales sheet — revealing a surprising addition that will help it stand out.
Google's Chrome OS has come a long, long way in just a few short years — but is it as good as it can be?
Google’s extensive advertising campaign billed the Chromebook as the ‘for everyone‘ computer, a device that grandpas to grandkids could all use to surf, socialise and work with ease. But just how popular with ‘everyone’ has the cloud-centric […]
Chrome OS auto-updates make it hard to discover new features as they arrive. We've highlighted a few being tested on the Beta and Dev channels that you can look forward to in the coming months.
When I'm about to drop some money on new tech I tend to at least read the product description before I hit 'Buy'. Sadly for the Chromebook, some users don't.
Inside you'll find a list of little easter eggs (or, 'hidden features' if you're pedantically inclined) available on Google Chrome and Chrome OS.
It may have only been a few short weeks since Google released the Chromecast SDK but the number of mobile apps making use of the streaming tech has grown phenomenally.
When you next run into a problem with Chrome – be it restoring tab or fixing a corrupt profile – one of the following simple tips could help you out.