Months before the Pixelbook’s official debut, we were convinced that the Chromebook formerly known as ‘Eve’ would come equipped with a fingerprint sensor. Sadly, as we travelled to San Francisco last October, we were met by Google’s flagship device sans this feature.
In mid-April, the Chrome team rolled out version 66 of the desktop browser and with it came a huge list welcome and anticipated changes. Along with Site Isolations trials, Symantec distrust and a slew of bug fixes, the most front-facing feature in version 66 was easily Chrome’s new autoplay policies for embedded media on websites.
Google I/O is well under way and we’ve already seen some really exciting stuff from the team at Mountain View. We’re anticipating even more as the developer talks go on over the next two days. From the Google Assistant evolving to a full-fledged concierge to the official announcement of Linux apps for Chrome OS, this […]
Join us live and chat with the Chrome Unboxed team as we look in on Google I/O 2018 to see what’s new in the world of Chrome OS, Chromecast, Assistant and more. We’ll be here though both the first keynote and the Developer keynote as well. This is our first attempt at live chatting on […]
Those of you familiar with my ramblings here on Chrome Unboxed are likely keen to the fact that I am a huge fan of Dark Mode’s on just about everything. Ever since the late 90’s and the release of the NeoPlanet browser, I have favored draping a dark look on my browser and that look […]
Google continues their commitment to enhancing businesses ability to embrace Chrome and the cloud with richer management solutions that help companies package legacy apps, mobility management and network solutions all in a single console. Products such as VMWare AirWatch and ManageEngine were created in partnership with Google for just this purpose.
It’s been a busy month already for the Chromium and Chromium OS developers and that means more work for the team here at Chrome Unboxed. We couldn’t be more excited. As Chrome and Chrome OS continue to evolve in form as well as function, I’m prompted to start a new series to sort of “roundup” […]
The state of the Cryptocurrency market, Bitcoin in particular, is about as volatile as a rabid badger trapped in a phone booth but that is the nature of an emerging platform that combines two giant commodities like tech and finance. As of the publication of this article, Bitcoin price was $6761.09 which is an all-time […]
Google continues their commitment to productivity and ease of use inside the Chrome and Chrome OS ecosystem with new features, partners and capabilities being added to their products at what seems to be an extremely accelerated pace as of late.
The slow, steady intertwining of Chrome OS and Android continues to create beneficial and worthwhile changes for our beloved OS. From material design elements to split-screen tablet functions, Chrome OS has definitely benefitted from the slowly evolving partnership.
We wrote not too long ago about a Chrome feature that exists on Android coming to Chrome OS: drag to refresh. At the time, it was available in the Dev Channel of Chrome OS, and that was only a month ago.
For some, hoarding is a way of life. When it comes to your browser, hoarding tabs can be a mind-numbing frustration that leads to colorful language and worn out mice as you hunt for the one page you’re looking for amongst the dozens you have open.