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Google's Chromecast works better with Chromebooks, looks better with NASA

After a few months of testing, the feature that allows Chrome OS users to stream videos from Google Drive storage -- like the free 1TB allotted to new owners -- to a Chromecast is now available to (almost) everyone. An update on the stable channel...

ET deals: 30% off Dell Chromebox or Chromebook 11

Powered by Google's lightweight Chrome OS and using the cloud to do the heavy lifting, Chrome hardware aims to deliver typical laptop/desktop performance at a much lower price. At $180 and $279 respectively, Dell's Chromebox and Chromebooks are in stock and on sale with a 30% discount today.

Google Will Give You A Ton Of Free Storage If You Buy A Chromebook This Year

Google just announced a holiday deal giving away 1 terabyte of Google Drive storage for two years to anyone who buys one of its Chromebook laptops before the end of the year. Chromebooks run Chrome OS, an operating system based on the Chrome web browser. Show More Summary

Photoshop for Chrome OS starts to take shape

After two months of teasing, Google and Adobe have finally raised the curtain on their Streaming Photoshop project. Announced in September, “Streaming Photoshop” is Google’s plan to bring desktop-only apps to its web-only Chrome OS. But instead of building a web app equivalent of the professional photo editor — many have tried and failed to do […]

Chrome OS update focuses on Google Drive with Chromecast, Launcher support

Google announced today that Chrome OS has gotten a new update on its stable channel, bringing with it a few notable changes. If you're on a Chrome OS device, you can now enjoy Chromecast support for media files stored on Google Drive, along with the added ability to display apps installed on Google Drive in the Chrome OS Launcher.

Chrome Show: When I’m 64 (bit, that is)

The latest Stable version of Chrome for OS X is finally 64-bit compatible. There's no going back to 32-bit as Google is discontinuing support. Skype for the web is nearly here…

Google launches first 64-bit Chrome Web browser for OS X

Google on Tuesday released Chrome 39, the first stable version of its Web browser to offer 64-bit support for Apple's OS X operating system.

Chrome Gets a Faster, More Stable 64-Bit Build for OS X

Mac: Chrome has finally been optimized for 64-bit Macs in version 39, which comes with lots of stability, performance, and security improvements. Read more...

Chrome goes 64-bit in latest update for Mac

Chrome has been updated for Mac users, adding 64-bit support for OS X users and a number of stability and performance improvements. Additionally, the latest build also adds new extension APIs. The latest update brings Google's browser to version 39.0.2171.65. Show More Summary

Chrome 39 launches with 64-bit version for Mac OS X and new developer features

Google today released Chrome 39 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can update to the latest release now using the browser’s built-in silent updater, or download it directly from The biggest addition in this release is 64-bit support for OS X, which first arrived in Chrome 38 beta. Unlike on Windows where 32-bit and […]

Roboto font reportedly will make the jump from Android to Chrome OS

It looks like Chrome OS for Chromebooks and Chromeboxes may be joining Android in getting Google's modern Roboto font soon. If accurate, Roboto would replace the Noto Sans UI font in Chrome OS.

Choose Your Chrome OS Adventure, Cheaper iTunes Credit, and More Deals

If you're Chrome OS-curious, here are a couple of good deals for you to check out. Read more...

Google’s Chromebooks Rule Schools As IDC Pegs Them As Top Sellers In K-12

Google’s Chrome OS may be a long-term sleeper hit thanks to a growing user population among U.S. students – IDC’s new figures for tablets and laptop sales in K-12 education finds that Chromebooks as a category constitute the best-selling device across the entire category in 2014. Chromebooks are probably succeeding in schools due to a few factors, including Google’s… Read More

Google tests new Chrome OS revert feature for rolling back to the previous version

Google is testing a new revert feature in Chrome OS. In case the latest version isn’t working well on your device, the option lets you return to the previous Chrome OS release. The addition was first spotted by developer and Google open-source Chromium evangelist François Beaufort in the Chromium Code Reviews for the latest Chrome […]

Four reasons I switched to Safari after years of using Chrome and why I’ll probably switch back

If you haven't used Safari on your Mac in years, there's a number of new features in OS X Yosemite that mean maybe it's worth another try.

Google appears to be taking steps to merge Android and Chrome

We live in an age where cohesion between mobile and desktop operating systems is becoming increasingly common. Continuity on Yosemite has brought iOS and OS X closer together than ever before, and within the next few years, Windows Phone will be all but indistinguishable from Windows 10. Show More Summary

Ask Me Anything: Is Chrome OS Still Relevant?

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Samsung and Intel Stay Committed to Chromebooks

Samsung has announced its new Chromebook 2, a good looking model that joins a slew of new Chromebooks arriving in the market. With the holiday season approaching, it's looking like portable computers running Chrome OS and featuring very low price points will be very big sellers. Show More Summary

Apple Encouraging Chrome and Firefox Users to Try Safari After Installing Yosemite

Chrome and Firefox users that install OS X Yosemite are receiving notifications suggesting they give Safari a try, according to multiple reports on Twitter (via Tom Davenport). After upgrading to Yosemite, Apple is sending popups that read "Try the new Safari. Show More Summary

Standalone Hangouts app puts Google's chat service on your desktop

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Google has launched a new app for Chrome OS and Windows that gives users direct access to their Hangouts conversations right on the desktop. The app continues a trend we’ve seen with Chrome, giving users more functionality outside of...Show More Summary

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