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Chrome for Android update brings data saver for videos, smarter file downloads

Google is introducing major improvements to Chrome for Android to make browsing faster, and downloads seamless for people on slow network. The announcement is part of company’s 'Next Billion' push to bring India’s next billion people...Show More Summary

Chrome for Android is battling poor connectivity with new features

In line with the announcement of its new Station initiative that aims to bring public Wi-Fi to areas with poor data connectivity, today Google also announced plans to make browsing the Web in Chrome for Android a lot faster and more efficient. Show More Summary

Android + Chrome = Andromeda; merged OS reportedly coming to the Pixel 3

Details leak: Google is reportedly planning a launch device for its new operating system.

Google's Android/Chrome laptop may be a year away

We've long heard rumors that Google may be merging its Chrome and Android operating systems into a laptop platform, and we're now getting more substantive reports that point to a Q3 2017 time frame for the hybrid OS. According to Android...Show More Summary

Google is planning to announce a boatload of new stuff in October

Now that you're done lusting over jet black iPhones, it's time to turn your attention toward Google. You know, the guys who make Android and Chrome. And what a bonanza the company reportedly has in store for Oct. 4. SEE ALSO: Google's...Show More Summary

Reports: Google’s “Andromeda” is the Android-Chrome OS Merger, Might Debut October 4, Already in Testing, and Coming 2017 on a New Pixel

23 hours agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

Holy title. Apologies for that, but there is a lot to talk about when it comes to the potential future of Android and Chrome OS, thanks to numerous reports that surfaced over the weekend while the rest of us were on vacation, relaxing,...Show More Summary

Google is reportedly announcing a new ‘Andromeda’ OS and laptop in October

We’ve been talking about if and when Google will combine Android and Chrome OS for ages now, but it seems our wishes may finally come true at the company’s upcoming October 4 hardware event. According to Android Police, Google will be unveiling a new operating system, currently nicknamed ‘Andromeda,’ which combines its two major software platforms. Show More Summary

Google Play is still in beta, but it's good to be back on Chrome Stable

Google Play is finally on the Chrome Stable channel for the Asus Flip and the Acer R11. Google has made a lot of progress getting Google Play and Android apps working on Chrome. It wasn't the worst thing to come out of Mountain ViewShow More Summary

New Chrome OS Update Enables Google Play on Acer’s and ASUS Chromebooks

Google has released an update for its Chrome OS that enables select Chromebooks to run apps designed for Google Android and access Google Play Store. Right now, only two mobile PCs, one from Acer and another from ASUS, are compatible...Show More Summary

Android apps support finally arrives on Chrome OS stable channel 

Good things come to those who wait, and nowhere is this truer than for some Chromebook users who’ll start getting access to Google Play after nearly five months of waiting.

Google Play is now bringing Android apps to Chromebooks

At its I/O developer conference in May, Google announced its plans to bring support for Android apps to Chrome OS; it subsequently launched Google Play on the platform’s developer channel for Chromebooks in June. Now, Google Play is rolling out to the stable channel. Show More Summary

Revealed: The Essential Apps And Downloads For All Your Devices [2016]

Each year, we round up the must-have apps, extensions and downloads for every major computing platform — from Android and iPhone to Chrome, Windows and Linux. Here they all are, in one tidy package. Without a shadow of a doubt, these are the best productivity and entertainment programs for your hardware. Best of all, most of them are completely free. More »      

Chrome beta for Android plays web videos in the background

Ever wanted to listen to the audio from a web video on your Android phone, but couldn't because the sound would stop the moment you switched apps? You won't be hampered from now on. Google has released a beta of Chrome 54 for Android...Show More Summary

Chrome 54: background HTML5 video play on Android

Google Chrome 54 for Android introduces new background video playback capabilities to the web browser if HTML5 video elements are played in it. If you use Chrome on Android, you may have noticed that the browser stops playing videos automatically when you switch to another application, tab in the browser, or lock the device. Show More Summary

Save $50 on this Chromebook that will soon run Android apps!

Right now you can pick up a Samsung Chromebook 3 for just $180 at Amazon, a savings of $50. The 11.6-inch Chromebook offers 4GB of RAM, a 16GB SSD, an Intel Celeron N3050 processor to help it run Google's Chrome OS with ease. Samsung's...Show More Summary

Chrome for Android 53 now supports Android Pay

Google Chrome for Android is currently being updated to version 53, and it brings a few cool features to the mainstream. The first is Android Pay support, which allows you to pay for things without filling out forms or grabbing your wallet. Now all you’ll need to do is press a [...]

Chrome 53 for Android arrives with credit card and Android Pay support, autoplay for muted video

Following the release of Chrome 53 for desktop last week, Google today launched Chrome 53 for Android. Among the new features are PaymentRequest API support and autoplaying of muted video. You can download the new version from Google Play. The PaymentRequest API allows for seamless and secure payments on the web using a credit card […]

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