Windows 7 users can now play with the Chrome OS-style Windows 8 Metro Mode in the latest Chrome Canary builds, a feature previously exclusive to Windows 8.
Google Chrome will soon allow you to read certain webpages without an internet connection. How? By loading them from the cache when connection issues arise.
Google has finally released native 64-bit builds of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8, albeit as development builds aimed at developers and brave testers.
Chrome Apps are great, but if there is one drawback to using them on Windows and Mac OS X it's that they quit when Chrome does.
Mac users on the Google Chrome Canary channel can take advantage of deeper system integration.
Mac users will soon be able to hide the Chrome Notification Centre icon from the OS X menu bar.
A revamped user switching menu offering new features has been made available for testing in Chrome's Canary builds on Mac OS X.
Google Now has arrived on the desktop in the latest update to Chrome's Canary channel, putting weather, sports and traffic info within easy reach.
Did you know that Chrome OS has a hidden Canary Channel setting? Until recently, neither did I.
Google Chrome's Canary Channel offers the best way to try the latest new features without comprimising on stability by installing alongside regular Chrome.
Mac users now have access to Chrome's new 'Message Center' in Canary builds.
Work on tailoring Google Chrome's appearance to support the high pixel-density of Apple's new 'Retina Display' MacBook Pro has begun.