It's a question many have been asking over the past few months, as open-source enthusiasts rallied around reports that show Linux marketshare gaining ground for another consecutive month.
I’ve been using music discovery service Last.fm for over 10 years, and make Scrobble support the first thing I look for a traditional desktop music player. But, like many, I increasingly use the web to listen to music. […]
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An easy way to access and enter emoji is available in Chrome OS, courtesy of the (dully named) 'input device menu'.
The latest Google Chrome Beta update will allow video sites like YouTube to keep playing in the background A long requested feature of many, developers will be able to support backgrounded video elements using a new Page […]
Keep Gmail pinned in Chrome? If so, you may have noticed that the favicon - the little icon that shows up in the tab - isn't very informative by default. But it can be…
Google has launched a new Chromecast Preview Program, which lets you receive new Chromecast firmware before everyone else does!
The image viewer (come-editor) that’s included in Chrome OS is useful enough, right? That is until you want to resize an image. Chrome’s built-in image editor can’t handle anything that exotic. At least, not yet. Photo […]
All of us have likely opened a link in Chrome on Android only to realise that we don’t have enough time to read it there and then. If you’re canny you’ll use a ‘read it later‘ […]
Google has added a new feature to the Chrome Web Store: the ability to install extensions on the desktop Chrome browser using an Android device.
Twitter recently introduced a 'night mode' option to its mobile apps. Now, a new Chrome extension brings the same dark theme feature to the web.
Most of us are aware that Google Chrome is a bit of a battery sapper on Windows & macOS. Google, aware that it needed to do better, duly got to work fixing longstanding bugs, removing […]