Chromebooks have always been an area of interest. The concept of the Chromebook took cues from the failed wave of netbooks and went for portability and low price. But rather than pairing that with a traditionally more intensive operating system like Windows, Chromebooks were outfitted with Chrome OS, Google’s ultra-light operating system that revolves around ... Read More »
If you’ve taken a look at any of the tech blogs recently, you’ve likely seen a multitude of stories talking about the possibility of Android and Chrome OS being folded into one. The rumors have their origins in Google’s ongoing efforts to enable Android apps to ... Read More »
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Mobile is the future, and Google has pursued both Android and Chrome OS as mobile platforms for a while now. Chromebooks still haven’t been doing well, accounting for 3% of all PCs purchased, but Android has been excelling. The strategy of using a platform for apps seems to be working a lot better than bringing ... Read More »
The new Chromebook 2 launches this October starting at $329 and goes up to $429, depending on which model you purchase. Base specs include a 8.5 hour battery, 13.3-inch full HD display, backlit keyboard, 802.11ac WiFi, ... Read More »
Google Now on Tap was one of the coolest features the company showed off at this year’s I/O conference in May, but it’ll only be available in Android M later this year. However, for those that want a taste of how it will work, Google’s happy to oblige.
Today, Chrome for Android received an ... Read More »
Opening up a web link in a custom in-app browser is about to become a thing of the past on Android. At Google I/O 2015, Google has announced a new tool available to developers called Chrome Tabs that allows devs to leverage the power of Chrome in their apps.
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Like living on the bleeding edge of Android browser technology? Then we have some great news for you. Today, the Google Chrome Releases team has announced the launch of the Chrome for Android Dev channel, available for download now on Google Play.
With the release of Chrome Dev for Android, Android users now have ... Read More »
After launching the first Android apps on Chrome late in 2014, Google is now making the feature available to all developers.
Google’s App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) can now be used by anyone to get Android apps up and running on Chrome, whether that’s the Chrome browser or Chrome OS. ... Read More »
Both the stable and beta channels of Chrome for Android are seeing updates today, available in Google Play sometime this Wednesday. Neither update features anything groundbreaking, but each does include at least one welcome change.