Google has added 18 new supported languages to Drive. Now even more people can work and collaborate on documents regardless of where they are from.
Chrome OS is becoming a very popular computer operating system in an amazingly competitive market. The platform is expanding and now you can find Chromebooks at eve more stores!
It’s usually sad to see a Google service being retired, but this time it’s something to celebrate! The web has evolved and we have no time to keep old, obsolete stuff around.
Apple has just announced its brand new 0213 Macbook Airs. Are they better than a Chromebook Pixel? Come in and find out!
Chromekey may be the answer to many users looking for a device mirroring/streaming solution. The best part is it should work with any device that has a Chrome browser. Are you interested?
Have you gotten Chrome OS 27 on your Chromebook yet? We have been trying for days now and nothing shows up! Let us know if you have had better luck.
Tweetdeck’s new design will show you more content and give you better shortcuts. Let’s not forget the fact that it looks much cleaner. Come check it out!
AMD has been Windows exclusive until now, but that is about to change. The chip manufacturer is planning to support Chrome OS and Android! Will it beat current the operating systems’ current chips?
Google’s Chromium OS team is currently working on bringing NFC technology to Chromebooks. This means soon we will be able to automate tasks activated via NFC. What would YOU use NFC for?
Chrome can do much more than just browsing through sites, and the games Roll It and Racer were the perfect example of this. If you were impressed by these games at IO, tune in to learn about the technology behind it!