Chromebase Commercial is a new effort to expand the Chrome operating system to more desktop and notebook computers. There may be several Chromebooks available in the market already but we have seen much of Chrome OS running on a
If you happen to be at the IFA grounds in Berlin, you'll be able to see and maybe get your hands on some of Lenovo's newest products. Aside from the Vibe P1 recently caught in the wild and the Yoga 3 8-inch tablet, Lenovo has a
The idea of remote access to something is nothing new. Other desktops can be accessed from another computer miles away, thanks to the Internet, servers, and special programs that allow remote control over a different machine.
If there’s one thing you can be sure of, it’s that you will never run out of browser choices for Android – in the Google Play Store alone, you may possibly drown in all the choices you have for browser apps. Today we have
Did you ever wonder how Google tests screen lag on Android and Chrome OS devices? You may say manually but test results won't be as accurate as the Chrome TouchBot. The latter is a special robot designed by the Chrome OS team and
Google has once again updated the Chrome browser for Android as well as Mac, Windows, and Linux. One of the main features is "Touch to Search" that is now available to all. With this feature, you can discover more about words
Over at the Google I/O 2015, Google's Director of Product Management, Aparna Chennapragada, discussed that Google Now will soon receive an important update. In the next few weeks, expect to see changes in the the feature as the
While most of us are almost always online whether at home, at the office, at a restaurant, and even while mobile, there are times when your data fails, your WiFi is erratic, or you simply just want to go off the grid (but not
Google may not release a new Chromecast model soon but more support are coming its way. More apps are adding Chromecast support which means you can watch more TV shows and videos using your thumb-sized media streaming device.
Just in case you were thinking it, Google wants to stop you right there. The answer is “no, they will not be enabling Chrome extensions for the browser’s mobile app”. This was the gist of the answer from a veritable Chrome