Posts Tagged ‘updates’
The new updates comes with a plethora of great improvements and changes, but we are most excited about DLNA compatibility! What about you?
The latest Chrome OS Dev update brings a great selection of upgrades and improvements. Click through to check them out and see what’s new!
Wish you could Chromecast from your phone’s browser? Now you can! It’s an experimental feature, but we should see it completed soon enough.
Now that both the Google Cast and Google Play Services SDKs are ready to go, it is only a matter of time before all the third-party Chromecast apps show up!
Isn’t it unbelievable that touchscreen Chromebooks don’t have pinch-to-zoom? The latest Chrome OS Dev update fixes that, but we still have to wait for it to reach stable channel.
Chrome OS is moving into a touch-based environment. All we need is a good on-screen keyboard and Google has improved it a bit today.
Google is adding more ways to take a screenshot on Chrome OS! Dev channel users can now use the Chrome menu to achieve this. It’s not perfect yet, but here’s how to do it.
Google Now has only lived within mobile devices until now, but we have been hoping for it to come to the desktop. Google’s hotword search function get’s closer to it, but we still haven’t tasted full Google Now on Chrome. The latest Chrome OS Dev update changes history by giving …
Don’t know where all your hard drive space is going? You might want to click through and see how Chrome could be eating it all up! We also know how to fix it!
Google doesn’t seem to be sure of what will happen to the origin chip, so they are giving Chromium users more customizability. Where do you like your origin chip?