Past rumors indicate that Google has been working on bringing Chromecast support to Google Drive. Some can use it, some can’t, and it seems we have found out why!
The Chromebook Pixel arguably has the best display in any laptop computer, but we haven’t even touched its full potential yet! Unless you use Chrome OS Dev, that is.
Google’s Santa Tracker is a great way to hype up the holidays. This year Google has something special – the Android app comes with Chromecast support!
It’s hard to believe there are people out there who don’t use the internet, but a lot of people fall under that category. Why is this, though?
It’s literally turning them into the laugh of the industry, but it seems the Scroogled campaign is here to stay. Here’s another Scroogled video targeting Chromebooks!
Jealous of other users taking advantage of the Chrome App Launcher? Windows and Chrome OS users have been enjoying this feature for a while, but today Mac joins the fun!
In the midst of all those new Chromecast apps and exciting news, we are sure you also noticed a slight change to the Chromecast home page. Here are the differences!
Those looking for a new Chromebook will soon get another option. The Dell Chromebook 11 is quite powerful, but does it have what it take to earn your hard-earned money?
WebView has been improved in the latest Chromium build, allowing developers to make the WebView section transparent.
The Red Bull TV app is one of the applications that got Chromecast support today and we couldn’t help but check it out. Does it deserve to be in your large screen? Let’s see!