Google has launched a new dev channel version of Chrome for Android, letting mobile users test Chrome's bleeding edge changes for the first time.
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.
Among the changes rocking up in the most recent dev channel update to Chrome OS was one tweak you can't help but have noticed: inverted scrolling.
When the shiny new mini-media player app for Google Music launched one feature was notably absent: media key support. In order to skip a track, pause playback or stop music entirely one had to hunt […]
Which Google Chrome Channel do you use as your main browser on the desktop? That's the question we're asking you in our latest poll.
Google Chrome's dev channel has upped the useful ante by adding a visual indicator to tabs playing music, video or accessing your webcam.
I get it. You’ve had your Chromebook for a couple of months and now you want to see what features and changes are coming up. The good news is that Google make it very, very […]
The Dev Channel of Chrome OS has been updated this evening with a bunch of minor changes.
If you're running a bleeding edge version of Google Chrome (be it dev, chromium or Canary) then take a peek at the New Tab page: there's something different.
Voice searching has been enabled on the New Tab page of Google Chrome Dev - and it looks awfully similar to Google Now...
Chrome OS will not show 'shortcut arrows' on old-style Chrome Web Apps - at least not for now.
Google has today announced that Packaged Apps are available to install from the Chrome Web Store - but only for Dev Channel users on Chrome OS or Windows.