Google launched a new feature in Chrome Dev for Android recently that pushes article recommendations to the web browser's New Tab page. Article recommendations seem to become a new trend. Opera displays them on the browser's New Tab Page, Microsoft does the same in Edge, and Mozilla has been playing around with various forms of […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary
Material Design, first introduced as a guiding theme for Android 5.0 Lollipop, is now making its way into other Google products and websites. You’ve probably noticed the flat theme of Google+ and even Google’s settings pages (along with plenty of third-party Android apps), but now this new look is coming to Google Chrome. Show More Summary
Google is developing a new operating system, codenamed Fuchsia. No one really knows what it’s for yet, and unlike Android and Chrome OS, it’s not based on Linux. Read more...
Google posted code for a new operating system that could run on phones and PCs. The odd part is that the code isn't related to Android or Chrome OS.
Google is working on a new operating system, codenamed "Fuchsia," which may end up replacing Chrome OS, Android, and all of Android's variations for other industries.
The latest buzz from Google seems to be that the search engine giant is working on a lightweight operating system (OS) called Fuchsia. For those who do not know, the Android OS running on many smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S7, Google Nexus 6p, and the HTC 10 is made by Google, and so is... Show More Summary
Google has never shied away from building operating systems — just look at Chrome OS and Android. The thing is, they’re both based on Linux and while it’s open-source and incredibly flexible, it might not be up to the task for Google’s future conquests. Enter “Fuchsia”, a new, non-Linux OS the company appears to be developing. More »
Highlights: Chrome 53, Chrome for Android, Google Maps Android API, Android Add-Ons for Docs and Sheets, Hello English, AdWords, Google Cloud Shell, Google Play The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts. Show More Summary
Google will soon launch a much-improved Chrome for Android for a better user experience.
Data Saver in Chrome for Android just got support for video. Learn how to enable it and how it can save you money.
Good news, Android users: Google has updated Chrome to make streaming video faster and smoother, suck up less battery and reduce data usage. Improvements made to version 52 of Chrome will be "most noticeable on short videos" according to the official Google Chrome blog. Show More Summary
Google is now rolling out the latest iteration of Chrome for Android, which bumps the version up to 52 and brings improvements geared toward video playback and loading. With Chrome 52, video playback will be smoother, load faster and be more power efficient. Google says that it has made changes behind the scenes to achieve these [...]
Chrome for Android has been updated to version 52, bringing faster load times to videos while reducing the battery consumption. Google states that over a billion hours of video is played on Chrome every week, and with a majority of content...Show More Summary
Google set the stage for the latest Chrome for Android update by revealing that a billion hours of video are now viewed per week on the browser, much of it on mobile. The Android team consequently focused on video for release 52, saying...Show More Summary
The latest stable version of Google Chrome for Android, version 52, ships with improvements that promise better battery life and reduced data usage when watching videos. If you like to watch videos on your mobile device, and use Chrome for that, you may benefit from improvements that Google implemented in Chrome 52. Show More Summary
Google today said Chrome 52 for Android devices should display video quicker and smoother. The refreshed browser is also less power hungry, so it shouldn't dent battery life as much. Moreover, video can be used in data saver mode, which compresses video so it consumes less data over cellular connections. Show More Summary
Most Android devices come preloaded with Google Chrome. It’s a good thing too, since Chrome is the fastest Android browser and Custom Tabs make it a lightweight browser for opening links from third-party apps. Unlike its desktop counterpart, mobile Chrome doesn’t have extensions to make it better than what it is. Show More Summary
If you didn’t know it already, Google Chrome for Android sucks a lot of your data. So if you’re using it as your default browser, you should probably switch to something else and save those precious MBs. Opera Browser, on the other hand, has a thing for data saving. Show More Summary
Most speed tests and comparisons make it clear that Chrome is the fastest browser on Android, but that doesn’t mean it couldn’t be better. While there are no extensions for Chrome on Android, there are other tricks to make it dazzle....Show More Summary