Web/Android/iOS/OS X/Chrome: Wunderlist is already one of our favorite to-do apps, and today it just got better. Wunderlist 3 brings speed improvements, real-time syncing across devices, public to-do lists you can share with the web, a Do Not Disturb mode, an updated UI, and more. Read more...
Chrome: Wunderlist is our favorite to-do list app on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. If you use Google Chrome, it just got easier than ever to access Wunderlist with a new extension that turns it into an always-open panel that doesn't clutter your screen. Read more...
My $1,449 Chromebook Pixel just got a little more useful and so too did the $299 Acer Chromebook C720P. The latest Stable channel software update adds support for pinch-to-zoom in Chrome OS. That means any touchscreen Chromebook now has the feature. Show More Summary
When Google launched the Chromebook Pixel, we weren't really sure what to make of the premium device's touchscreen. Sure, finger-friendly displays were trendy, but Chrome OS just wasn't asking for the technologies: it didn't feature many touch apps,...
Google has just rolled out an updated version of the Chrome OS for a variety of Chromebooks for different manufacturers. While there are several notable features and the usual bug fixes, better touch support is probably the most noteworthy component of this update. The update brings the build number up to 36.0.1985.126.
iPads are still the apple of educators' eyes, but Google Chromebooks are becoming increasingly popular in the classroom. Schools purchased more than 1 million Chromebooks — budget laptops that run Chrome OS — in the second quarter of...Show More Summary
It is time for a Chrome OS tablet? Google's software isn't quite ready for that but it's getting closer: Handwriting recognition has appeared in an early Chrome OS software build.
It's unclear whether "Athena" would replace or augment the Windows-esque UI.
After finding code references to Project Athena last month, we know know what it looks like. Say hello to a new -- but early effort -- experimental interface for Chrome OS that's heavily card-based.
Material Design is Google's attempt to unify design across its products. We've seen the first of it with Android L, but it won't be too long before it shows up in other products. A screenshot for an upcoming experiment of Chromium OS, called Athena, shows what it might look like with a touch of Material Design.
Attention Chrome fans: Chrome OS will be getting a new look soon. A current Google Chromium OS project named Athena will eventually become the new Chrome OS user experience, according to screenshots Google employee François Beaufort shared on Google+. The new design has a stacked windows interface similar to the Chrome browser’s tabs on Android. […]
Google has made attempts in the past to unify the design of its various properties with varying degrees of success. Material Design, which is major part of the upcoming Android L release, may be its most coherent effort to date. The new look is...
Today, Google’s François Beaufort dropped a screenshot of a new Material Design-inspired first draft of Chrome OS on Google+. Like Android L, the Chromium OS screenshot is all about the flat design aesthetic. First noticed by 9to5Google, the screengrab is a collection of browser windows showing off window management. Show More Summary
All of Google’s properties will eventually bear a look inspired by ‘Material Design‘ and Android L, and Chrome OS is part of that sweeping visual overhaul, too. A new preview posted by Google “Happiness Evangelist” François Beaufort today (via 9to5Google) shows a very early design inspired by the card-style multitasking view that made an appearance in Android L,… Read More
In Chrome 36, the app launcher also works in Linux. Now this feature is available for all major desktop operating systems: Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS and Linux.To add the app launcher icon, Google suggests to "search your computer for...Show More Summary
Today Google updated the stable version of its Chrome browser to version 36.0.1985.122 on Windows, OS X, and Linux. The update contains a couple of visual changes as well as some under the hood improvements. Below is the full list of...Show More Summary
As this year began, we covered the fact that analysts were at odds over just how well Chromebooks--portable computers based on Google's Chrome OS platform--were selling. Part of what drove so many year-end stories in the media aboutShow More Summary