The latest update has arrived for Chrome OS, and in a bit of good news for those using a Chromebook — this update is for the stable channel. Google will have this particular update rolling out over the “next several
Yesterday was the official last day of support for Windows XP. Originally released back in 2001, XP was great at the time, but with Microsoft dropping support, now is the time to move on. There are certainly options to stick with
In China, Intel has revealed their 64-bit aspirations on two fronts. Their newest Braswell chipset is one that will likely find its way into many Chromebooks, while their 64-bit Kernel for KitKat suggests a more mobile approach.
When tethering your WiFi capable devices to an Android smartphone, it’s usually to check email or other quick work. The last thing you want is for cumbersome tasks to draw you into a long tethering session, but Chromebooks
We’ve already seen a few bits and pieces about a remote desktop app (from Google) coming available for Android users. This was something we saw earlier in the year, and at the time it was being referred to as Chromoting.
We love our Android devices, but we’re not always using them. There comes a time when we use a proper computer, but we still want to easily use all the same apps we find on our Android device. With Chrome extensions, it’s
Samsung unveiled the Chromebook 2 earlier in the month. The specs were detailed in full during that original announcement, however Samsung was a bit vague in terms of the release. If you remember back, things were left with
We’ve seen Google Now arrive for the desktop version of Chrome. The support first arrived in alpha, then in the beta channel. And there is a bit of good news for those who may have been waiting — but were avoiding the
Looking to get your fill of Android? We’re all over the place here at Android Community. From apps to social media, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re taking advantage or not, here are five ways you can keep up with all
The Asus Chromebox is now available for preorder via various online retailers. Announced last month, the small Chrome device will only put you back $179. It will still ship on March 14th, but those anxious souls clamoring for a