The official Google Drive for Android app could be about to gain Chromecast support, hidden code found inside the latest release suggests.
Remember we told you about a new cloud backup feature winging its way to Chrome OS? Well, if you're running the latest developer channel release the feature is available to try.
A new feature headed to Chrome OS will let users import and back up files on external hard drives, USB sticks and MTP to Google Drive with a single click.
Google is upping the amount of Google Drive storage it offers with new Chromebooks, jumping from 100GB to a mammoth 1TB for two years.
The latest new stable release of Chrome OS – version 39.0.2171.85, fact fans – has started rolling out to select devices, but what's new and improved?
In a marriage of the ultimate convenience, Google Drive and Google Chrome are to work together in the most crazily productive way ever. And it's going to blow your socks off.
Confused as to why your App Launcher is now filled with apps you don't remember installing? Don't panic - it's a new feature.
At the end of July we saw how close Chrome OS is getting to supporting native Chromecast support in its desktop video player.
Google offers every new Chromebook owner 100GB of free online storage space for two years — but what happens to your files once the offer expires?
Google Drive has been enabled as the default download location on Chrome OS, according to a recent commit by developers.
Google has lowered the pricing of all its paid subscriptions for Google Drive storage, with 100GB of cloud storage now costing just $1.99 a month.
3DView for Chrome is an offline-enabled app that allows you to open, view, manipulate, and make minor edits to 3D model files.