Yesterday's stable channel update to Chrome OS bought with it Smart Lock — a feature that lets you unlock your device simply by having your Android smartphone close by.
Chrome OS 41 has hit the beta channel with some minor visual changes and a bevy of behind the scenes tweaks.
A new version of Google Chrome Beta for Android is now live on the Play Store, bumping the browser to version 41.0.2272.34. It’s an incremental update that adds one notable new feature (see below), a refreshed ‘material design’ settings […]
As someone who regularly downloads large files in Chrome (and plenty of small ones over a poor connection, too) I forget to check that a download has completed.
Google has announced a new stable release of Chrome OS has begun rolling out to all eligible Chrome devices.
With the Chrome App Launcher available on all desktops, including Windows, you may want to hide the Chrome Apps button from the bookmarks bar in Chrome — but how?
Amazon reviews of Chromebooks are always an amazing read, but often for the wrong reasons.
Firefox's switch to Yahoo as its default search provider has given Google's old rival a small bump in usage — but Google isn't taking that loss lying down.
I do hope you're not too attached to the crazy paving photo layout in the Chrome OS gallery app as, sob, it's being removed.
Digitimes Research predicts that Windows 10 is ”…unlikely to make any dramatic change to the competition between notebooks, tablets and smartphones in 2015,” despite Microsoft's new 'unified OS' vision.
If you miss seeing Instagram embeds on Twitter try this free Chrome extension. It lets you see Instagram photos, rather than links, on the Twitter website.
Android development on Chromebooks could soon be easier, as Google looks to make two key features of the Android SDK available on Chrome OS images by default.