We’re coming down the home stretch, now. In just about one week from today, Stadia will be officially upon us and ready for launch. We’ve been excited by its impending arrival for months and the lineup of games has only grown over that same time. As it turns out, however, the games that have been […]
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Many Google Nest users around the world woke up this morning to find out they couldn’t access the Nest app. It appears that Google has addressed the server issue that was causing the outage and all devices should be coming back online soon.
In most functional ways, Google’s Virtual Desks for Chrome OS fully arrived in the latest version: Chrome OS 78. With all the animations, features and new set of keyboard shortcuts now available to users right out of the box, Virtual Desks feels nearly complete. We talked briefly about the last, lingering piece that was missing […]
You don’t really hear much about Chromebases these days. Honestly, most consumers are probably unaware that the Chrome operating system even offers and AIO (All in one) form-factor. For enterprises, an all-in-one Chromebase can be a cost-effective alternative to pricier Windows models. Acer’s latest device, for example, puts focus on the office space as a […]
Chrome OS 78 is officially rolling out for users and you can find the “official” features found in this release by checking out the announcement here. As we expected, there were a few more features that came along for the ride and 9to5Google has already spotted a couple of them. Split Settings Menu The settings […]
We’re coming down the final stretch with Stadia’s launch at this point. In just 12 days, gamers who’ve already jumped on board with Google’s streaming game platform will be able to begin leveraging the service to their heart’s content, and we’ll all know exactly how well this entire cloud gaming effort is going to actually […]
The guys over at Laptop Mag have decided to brutally test 11 different Chromebooks from across the spectrum of price to see which one holds up the best. The results are actually quite surprising and the test itself is not only pretty scientific: it is actually a good replication of real world drops and fumbles.
Uncovered first in an APK teardown by 9to5Google, it looks like the new Google Nest Wifi routers will possess a feature that could automatically make your Stadia game streaming experience much smoother. That APK that 9to5 dissected was the Google Home app (which controls both the Google Wifi and Nest Wifi routers) and the changes […]
Now that painful printing is becoming a thing of the past for Chrome OS, it looks like Google is set to tackle what is arguably the next biggest gripe of Chromebook users. The Chrome OS Auto Update Policy (a.k.a., End of Life policy) was once of little concern to most users for the plain and […]
Chrome OS M78 should be rolling out any time now and when it arrives, it will bring some new and updated features that should make Google’s desktop operating system more user-friendly in a variety of ways. The latest version will be headed our way over the next few days and here’s a look at what […]
Google’s new mesh router system by Nest may not have been the star of the show in New York last month but it builds on the already stellar reputation of its predecessor. In a world where brands like TP-Link, Netgear, ASUS and others have reigned supreme for years, Google’s simple but powerful mesh routers have […]
About two weeks ago, a report surfaced alleging that Disney’s new streaming service that is slated to go live on November 12th won’t actually work with Chromebooks. We’ve all been pretty excited about the introduction of this new lineup of movies and shows that Disney+ will be offering and we’ve even written a few articles […]