As the Android Apps on Chromebooks project is taking full shape, some new and more-native behaviors are coming around for Chromebook users.
Tips & Tricks
Of all the things we share with our readers, we get some of the most positive feedback concerning our tips & tricks articles. As many aren't fully familiar with the ins and outs of Chrome OS, these articles provide interesting and useful info for new and experienced users alike.
Thanks to a tip from Chrome Evangelist +FrancoisBeaufort, it seems mouse wheel scrolling will soon be able to be reversed.
The state of printing from a Chromebook is still a bit precarious depending on your printer as well as your network setup. Recent updates to Chrome OS have opened the […]
We knew Google was getting close to rolling our phone calls with Google Home, and it looks like that roll out has officially begun. Yesterday, we received an email detailing […]
While not a ground-breaking trick, this little tip can help those who find themselves with lots of tabs open all the time.
After promising it in May and teasing us all in early July, it looks like Google is delivering on bringing Bluetooth to its smart speaker.
Google provided a Preview Program last September for the Chromecast, allowing early updates for broader field testing before rolling out a firmware update. That program is still up and running, […]
It recently came to our attention that Samsung is now touting the ability to use the fingerprint sensor on your Galaxy phone to unlock your Windows device. For Chromebook users, […]
In a bit of an odd move 7 months ago, Google decided to add network-wide notification controls to Android and Chromecast devices. It is a simple idea, really. If you […]