It’s no secret that I am not at all a fan of Windows machines or their software products and being a Chrome OS website, I feel it my duty to […]
Notifications, whether on desktop or mobile, may seem like the minutiae of an application but that’s because most of us are accustomed to our platform choice have a uniform look […]
The release of Chrome OS version 61 may have been grossly delayed (no doubt due in part to the Pixelbook launch) but that has slowed neither the development nor the […]
If you spend any time on our site or you are Chrome OS tinkerers like we are, you are likely familiar with chrome://flags. Flags are simply switches for features that […]
Chrome on Android is now serving up web browsing in VR. It is awesome, but there are some things you need to know about it before you dive it.
The atmosphere around the Chrome Unboxed office this week is one of excitement, anticipation, a little confusion and an overall sense that Google is up to something with the upcoming […]
When PIP showed up on Android, I thought of it as a neat trick, but nothing more. Since Android 8.0, however, I’ve found the feature quite a bit more useful than my initial reactions.
Right on schedule, the Chromium developers have released version 61 of the Chrome browser for Android as well as Mac, Windows and Linux. On the surface, the updates appear minimal […]
One of the new features available to Android users with a device that has already been updated to Android Oreo is the ability to view a running video in a […]