Posts Tagged ‘Chromebooks’

This week in Chrome news: Play Music, Photowall, Google Now, and ...

If you thought last week’s Chrome news were awesome, you will be surprised by all the awesome things that happened this week! Here are the hottest topics this week.

Show us your theme in our Chrome forums!

Last week we went over some of the hottest threads in the Chromespot forums. There were some pretty fun topics in there, but we thought we would do something a little different this week. Why don’t we show off our themes?! There are many themes out there, with all kinds …

The 53 best Chromebook keyboard shortcuts

Those who want to dig deeper into their Chromebooks will want to learn some of the many keyboard shortcuts that exist for Chrome OS. Here are the best ones!

Chromebox users can now adjust monitor brightness with keyboard s...

Chromebox users can now control screen brightness straight from the keyboard’s brightness keys. Click through to find out all the details!

Chromebook settings will no longer look like a browser

Isn’t it annoying that your Chromebook settings look just like any other browser tab or window? It makes settings confusing to many new users, and it soon will be fixed.

HOT DEAL: refurbished Acer C720 for just $150!

The Acer C720 is popular for being one of the most affordable Chromebooks out there, at $199. This is one hell of a deal, but you can get it for even cheaper.

Dell will pay Microsoft for using Chrome OS and Android?

Dell has reached a deal with Microsoft, and will pay them royalties for using Chrome OS and Android. Do you think this is fair?

Upload to Google Play Music straight from Chrome and Chromebooks!

This is huge news. You can now upload music from any Chrome browser… including Chromebooks! Click through to find out how to set it all up.

HOT DEAL: Get the HP Chromebook 11 for $30 off

Have you been thinking of buying an HP Chromebook 11? You might want to take a look at this $30-off coupon!

Chrome OS Dev channel now features large arrows for navigating ba...

Chrome allows you to navigate back and forward in your browsing history by swiping left or right with two fingers. There is now a new animation for this. Which one is better?