Earlier this year, Chromium developers announced their plans to begin blocking ads that do not adhere to the Better Ads Experience Program laid out by the Coalition for Better Ads. The new policy will apply to any and all advertisers, Google’s platforms included.
In an earlier article, we talked about the shortcomings of Google Keep and all the ways it needs to improve to become the go-to notes app for your stylus-equipped Chromebook. Luckily, the remedy for Keep’s weaknesses is already here.
Keyboard controls for video inside the Chrome browser are scant at best. For most video content, whether Flash or HTML5, basic keyboard functions exist but require a lot of tabbing to focus on the particular control element you are wanting to use. A recent update to Chrome Canary is looking to make navigating videos a […]
As we are seeing the development of Android apps on Chromebooks finally starting to see a launch point, the next place for the platform to grow is clear: tablets and detachables. Let’s face it. Convertibles are great, but there is still a big market for tablets not attached to physical hardware. Sure, the lines have […]
With the next generation of EDU Chromebooks soon to hit the market, a lot of school may be left with dilemma of what to do with older devices that may be approaching EOL or just can’t handle the workload of today’s classroom. Clover Wireless is looking to make that decision a little easier while helping […]
We’re less than two weeks out from ugly ties, barbecues and the day we celebrate the ones we call dad. Whether he’s a tech-head or a technological caveman, we’ve rounded up a few deals that might brighten your dad’s big day. And hey, who knows, you might find something you like too. I’ll save you […]
Do you use Chromecast or Chromecast Audio? Do you do so from a Chromebook? If so, you may have noticed a feature that is absent when compared with casting from an Android device. Volume Control For those who don’t cast too often or simply haven’t paid much attention, when you cast a video or audio […]
The Chrome team has announced the release of version 59 of the Chrome browser for desktop. The update includes Windows, Mac and Linux devices and should be hitting devices over the next few days. For all desktop users, the Chrome settings have been updated to Google’s Material Design for a cleaner look and better user […]
In the evening hours of March 6th an EF-2 tornado ripped through a Community middle school in the Iowa town of Seymour, Iowa. Thankfully, there were no serious injuries but the community was left with the daunting task of rebuilding homes and the middle school damaged by the storm. In the wake of the tornado’s 12 […]
As you can likely tell, for the past week, we’ve been testing (and loving) the Samsung Chromebook Pro. One of my few nags with the device, up to this point, was the way Android apps opened out of the box. Though usable, having only a choice between small phone and full screen window was a […]
Early last fall, about a month out from Google’s hardware event in early October, some rumors began swirling around a unified OS Google was working on. Andromeda Rumors turned into psuedo-facts, code leaks, and a purposed 2016 release of a device that would drive the entire effort. Only, none of that ever happened. As the […]