Since Google Chrome launched on iOS in 2013 Apple users have asked for one thing: the ability to make it their default browser. Finally Apple has listened.
Want to turn your Chromebook in to a lightweight portable 'hackintosh'? Well, now you can.
Google Chrome’s power management problems in OS X are far from subtle, with some stats showing it reduces battery life by as much as 3 hours versus Safari. The one-time lightweight browser has become weighty around the edges […]
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.
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, […]
Long anticipated and today confirmed: Google Chromecast is now more popular with US buyers than Apple TV to become the second best selling media streamer.
It was rumoured for a while, but today it has been confirmed: Google Chrome is coming to iOS. And the good news is that you don't even have to wait long to try it - it will be hitting the Apple App Store later today for devices running iOS 4.3 and above.
Work on tailoring Google Chrome's appearance to support the high pixel-density of Apple's new 'Retina Display' MacBook Pro has begun.
Could Google's Chrome browser be coming to iOS devices? Business Insider are reporting just that. The rumour comes from Macquarie analyst Ben Schacter who says that "Apple may already be reviewing Google’s submitted code for a Chrome browser for iOS." On the face of it this sounds like exciting stuff for iOS users, doesn't it? But dig a little deeper and you'll soon see there are flaws to this rumoured move.