Tag Archives: Android
If WebView is now based on Chrome, it is only logical that it will get its updates the same way, right? This is hard to accomplish, but Google is working on it!
Google is getting ready to give the Chrome browser a simpler, more efficient tab switcher. Who will benefit from it? Mostly lower-end KitKat devices, but I happen to love it!
What is better than a new Android version? To see applications taking advantage of the update’s capabilities! This is exactly what Google is doing with Chrome Beta.
Android 4.4 KitKat is all about making Android universal. The software now only needs 512 MB of RAM to run the system. Part of this is because of Chrome’s improvements!
Android 4.4 KitKat has everyone going crazy! There are many reasons to be excited, but we like to see Google making its current features better. That is exactly what they did with WebView!
Tesla cars may be getting much better soon. The 17-inch dashboard screen is both functional and beautiful, but with Chrome browser built-in it will be stunning!
Reaching out for your phone is so last year! We need to be able to control smartphones from our computers and Google has taken the first steps. Here is how you can do it….
Chrome 30 Beta is bringing the future of mobile browsing to your hands. Soon we will be able to enjoy everything desktop Chrome has to offer, but from our smartphones.
Ubuntu has just announced the Edge, a smartphone that can run full Ubuntu for desktop when docked. Could this become a new trend? Will we see Android devices sporting Chrome OS soon?
Ever wanted to have a Chromebook that has both Windows/Linux and Chrome OS? The idea is very enticing, and manufacturers are doing it with other operating systems.