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The latest news on Chrome, Chromium and Chrome OS.

Google+ Photos Chrome App Will Stop Working In July

The Google+ Photos Chrome app will stop working from July, Google has announced.

29 May 2015

Rovio Kills Angry Birds for Chrome (Updated)

Angry Birds' fans are spitting feathers after the web version of the game was yanked offline.

24 May 2015

Chrome for Android Is Now ‘Almost Entirely Open Source’

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.

22 May 2015

Skype Rival Viber Is Now Available on Chromebooks

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. […]

21 May 2015

Over 7 Million Chromebooks Will Be Sold This Year

Chromebooks had a bumper 2014 — and now they're set for an even better 2015, sales forecasters say.

21 May 2015

Windows Phone Fans Renew Plea for Google Chrome

Windows Phone fans have renewed their plea for Google to bring Chrome to Microsoft's mobile platform.

19 May 2015

Chrome for Android Dev Channel (Finally) Arrives

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.

30 April 2015
Google Chrome for iOS

Chrome for iOS Now Supports Third Party Password Managers

Chrome for iOS has been updated with pull to refresh gestures, a Today view widget, answers in suggest and support for third-party password managers.

17 April 2015

Why You Shouldn’t Use Google Chrome on the New Macbook

Owners of Apple’s super-thin new MacBook are being told to avoid using Google Chrome if they want to squeeze the most battery life out of their portable. The informal warning, which comes by way of tech site The Verge, […]

14 April 2015

Two New $149 Chromebooks Go On Sale in the US

Two new low-cost Chromebooks have gone on sale in the US priced at just $149 — making them the cheapest Chromebooks released to date.

31 March 2015

Hello, Chromebit — A $99 Chrome PC The Size of a Chromecast

Take the guts of a Chromebox and squeeze it in to a dongle not that much bigger than the Chromecast and you get the Chromebit.

31 March 2015

Google Now Card Integration Coming to Chrome App Launcher

Google Now Cards will start appearing in the new look Chrome App Launcher, Google has announced. The planned change is one of several heading to the Beta version of Chrome OS.

26 March 2015