Chrome OS could be going password-free thanks to a new API. Riot's League of Legends data is now available through an API. Plus: Rainforest uses API for QA testers as an on demand service, and 12 new APIs.
Today Google brought its Chrome apps to any Mac with the Chrome web browser. These apps are not the same as Chrome OS, and essentially act as web apps that can be launched from a launcher in the Mac’s dock. … Read more ›
Back in September, Google rolled out Chrome Apps — not to be confused with the lightweight Chrome OS and Chrome browser apps, these were more fully fledged applications that look and feel more like native apps and have full offline support. At first, they were only available for Chrome OS and the Chrome browser for... Read More
Looking back at late May Google released a beta version of Chrome Apps for Mac, which should not be confused with Chrome OS or Chrome’s browser apps. These ‘Chrome Apps’ are full-fledged applications complete with offline support and include apps like Any.do, Pocket, and many more available in the “For your desktop” collection in the Chrome […]
Following its app launcher and Chrome App support for Windows earlier this year, Google announced support for Mac devices on Wednesday. On a Mac OS X computer with the Chrome browser installed, users can search the Chrome App store online for apps that run both online […]
Google today announced Chrome Apps are now available on any computer with Chrome, including on OS X. Mac users will also now get the Chrome App Launcher in their Dock... Keep reading ?
Dell said it would join a growing market of thin-and-light Chrome OS laptops with the new Chromebook 11, but the system will initially be available only to educational institutions. The company did not provide specifications for the laptop, but in an email said more Chromebooks will be announced for “budget-strapped” small-and-medium business and consumers in... Read More
What do you think of Dell products so far? Have they managed to live up to your expectations? Well, here we are with word that Dell has already unveiled their very first Chrome OS device, which so happens to be the Chromebook 11. The...Show More Summary
A video shows off the benefits of cross-platform, multi-device Chrome Apps, but will developers bite? We also learned a bit from our Chrome OS tablet experiment and find a must-have Chrome extension for folks that open dozens of tabs in Chrome.
As promised, Dell has taken the wraps off its first Chrome OS device, the Chromebook 11. The 11.6-inch, 2.9-pound laptop is built with the classroom in mind, and it should ship in tandem with a Wyse PocketCloud app that should make it easy for...
The Dell Chromebook 11 is now official, marking the company’s first foray into Chrome OS hardware. The device sports an 11.6-inch display, set at a 1366×768 pixel resolution, an Intel... Keep reading ?
Dell has finally made its entry into the Chromebook market official, as it follows in the footsteps of many other PC OEMs who are looking around to shore up flagging Windows machine sales. Dell’s aims with Chromebooks and Chrome OS are pretty specifically targeted, however, as Dell is creating its Chromebook 11 specifically for schools and students. Show More Summary
Google has a vision for how Chrome OS users will one day be able to lock and unlock their devices, without requiring a password. The Chromium OS team is building... Keep reading ?
Chrome OS may still be trying to find its legs, but the UI looks pretty nifty. That's why MyColorScreen user karmascorer co-opted the interface for their phone. Read more...
You have a Chromebook, yes? Well, if you're webcam-inclined, Google has some potentially big news for you. The Chromium team has completely overhauled the Camera app's UI, and according to Mountain View's "Happiness Evangelist" Fran?ois Beaufort, new...
We have reliable information that Google is right now developing an update to their Chrome OS camera app which will see the introduction of new features, where among them would include support for video recording, not to mention being able to upload what you have just recorded directly to YouTube or Google Plus. Show More Summary
In a post from a couple of days ago called "Are Voice Commands Headed for Chrome OS?" I covered Chromium guru Francois Beaufort's sneaky but interesting Google+ missive, where he suggested how voice commands might work. Well, just two...Show More Summary
Acer has officially unveiled its first "Chromebooks" touchscreen. Model Acer C720P running Chrome OS, equipped with 11.6-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and is based on the processor Intel Celeron 2955U (Haswell). Show More Summary
Acer serves up touchy-feely Chrome OS kit at tablet prices Acer's latest entry in its line of budget Chromebooks is touch-enabled, making it the first time a Chrome OS device has shipped with a touchscreen while still being priced under $300.…