Before features officially make it to the Chrome browser, they’re always added as test versions that can be enabled by the brave and adventurous. And thanks to FranÃ§ois Beaufort, we find out many of these secrets before they reach a finished state. The newest feature found is Android screencast support in the browser.
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Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most upgraded apps for the week. I’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to look at what people are actually updating, not focus on which apps have the most installs. As in the ... Read More »
We were already expecting to see Android 4.3 and a new Nexus 7 announced at the Android and Chrome event hosted by Google today, but completely out of left field, Google has unveiled an incredibly cheap TV streaming stick that you connect your phone, tablet or computer with. Chromecast, as Google is calling ... Read More »
Looking for a way to burn a couple minutes before work or school is over? Head over to Google Maze and turn our website into a 3D maze that you navigate with your phone. Keep in mind this is a Chrome experiment, so it might not work on all devices. Share your experiences ... Read More »
A couple months back, in the development notes for the Chromium project, it was mentioned that Google is working on a “skeleton” for Google Now in Chrome, that would be accessible through “Chrome Notifications.” Google commented saying that the company is always experimenting with their products, but they had nothing to announce at the time. ... Read More »
There’s a picture going around on Google+ today that features a new installment on Google’s Mountain View campus, fueling rumors and speculation. It’s of a chrome Android statue, and unfortunately, it probably means nothing.
Posted by Googler Paul Wilcox, positioned across the street from where Google has placed a new statue for every ... Read More »
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Welcome back to the return of our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most upgraded apps for the week. I’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to look at what people are actually updating, and not focus on which apps have the most ... Read More »
Just one short year after it was introduced, Adobe announced it would be backing away from Flash for Android. We knew this day was coming, Android 4.1 doesn’t allow for the installation of Flash, and now it’s official. Starting tomorrow, Adobe will disable all new installs of Flash for Android.
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Yesterday was a real action packed thrill ride of an event from Google. Along with the reveal that they apparently have a squad of elite extreme athletes prepared to invade a keynote at any moment, they also imparted a flood of new info on us and I’m going to endeavor to cover some of the ... Read More »
According to recent rumor reports from all around the web, Apple will be ditching Google Maps as their default mapping application, and providing their own Open Street Map powered solution. The question of “what does this mean” for Apple is certainly intriguing.