The latest news on Chrome, Chromium and Chrome OS.
Skype for Web (beta) is now available to try without an invite, providing you're in the US or the UK that is.
Google has detailed the first of several power management improvements heading to Chrome.
If you dream of being able to install Mac OS X on a Chromebook it is time to open your eyes. Someone has done it. In another case of “because why not?”, developer ‘Coolstar’ has […]
Brand new Chromebooks powered by Mediatek’s ARM processors are on the way. Back in January the chip maker revealed that it’s new Helio X10 chip already supports Chrome OS. At the Computex 2015 trade-show, MediaTek detailed […]
Currently, the minimal new tab page extension for Google Chrome, has been quietly improving its feature set over the past few weeks.
The Google+ Photos Chrome app will stop working from July, Google has announced.
Angry Birds' fans are spitting feathers after the web version of the game was yanked offline.
Chrome for Android is now largely open source after a drop of more than 100,000 lines of code, including the browser's UI, lands in the Chromium repo.
Good news for chatterboxes everywhere as Viber is now available to install on a Chromebook. The Skype competitor brings its Android tablet app to the Chrome Web Store, making it freely available to install on compatible Chrome OS devices. […]
Chromebooks had a bumper 2014 — and now they're set for an even better 2015, sales forecasters say.
Windows Phone fans have renewed their plea for Google to bring Chrome to Microsoft's mobile platform.
Google has launched a new dev channel version of Chrome for Android, letting mobile users test Chrome's bleeding edge changes for the first time.