Posts Tagged ‘Chrome’
Solid Explorer is AllCast’s first competitor! It brings local media streaming to your Chromecast devices for a lower price, but which one will you be using?
Have you been using your Chromebook for a while and want to get more out of it? You might want to check out the Beta or Dev channels. Which one is the right one?
Chromium has graduated from version 34 and moved on to 35. This means we will see more new features and improvements – what would you like to see in Chromium 35?
According to recent studies, Google doubled its internet traffic share since last September. That is great news, but the number is still low. What’s going on?
Do you know if your printer is online or offline? Chrome Canary now let’s you see this info without having to dig through settings!
Chromebooks are said to be the “always new” laptops, but nothing is really forever. Even Chromebooks have an expiration date! When will your laptop stop being supported?
Screen mirroring from your Android device to your Chromecast is a very highly-requested feature. Google hasn’t given it to us, but popular developer Koush will!
We have been waiting to be able to screen cast on a Chromebook for too long! This feature is now here, without complications or having to jump through hoops to get it to work.
Google is considering introducing newly-designed permission requests, stating they are more noticeable. But… are they?