Eight years ago today, on September 2, 2008, Google Chrome was introduced to the world.
Lenovo says it plans to launch a new Chromebook without a physical keyboard, replacing it with a touch-sensitive touch panel instead.
Google is looking to add support for pre-loaded OEM apps on new Chrome OS devices — does this mean the era of Chromebook bloatware?
Unveiled at the IFA 2016 event in Berlin, Germany, the Acer Chromebook R13 is the first Chromebook to be powered by a MediaTek processor.
If you're a Canadian Chromecast owner then you have a couple of days left to bag a sweet little treat from Google.
CodeWeavers has launched its highly-anticipated CrossOver Android Technology Preview.
Google is dropping support for web apps on Windows, Mac & Linux. In this post we look at the reasons why, what happens to apps already installed, and more.
A product page for the new ASUS Chromebook C301SA has gone live on the official ASUS website, offering further details about its specifications.
Google has changed the app launcher icon used in Chrome OS in the latest developer channel update.
Google is making it easier to log back in to your Chromebooks with the addition of a new PIN Unlock feature, now in testing.
I know that a great many of you have been waiting a long time for VLC Chromecast support. Well, it's here…
Do you ever feel like you really don't know how to use certain Google apps properly? If so, check out this 'Training for Google Apps' Chrome extension.