• Quick Share rolling out to Chromebooks, ChromeOS 121 redesigns media controls

    As Google’s rebrand of Nearby Share continues, we’re now seeing Quick Share appear on Chromebooks.


  • My favorite Chromebook Plus model hits a new all-time low price

    We shared out the best Chromebook deals available to start the week earlier today, but now it is time to take a closer look at one of these deals for all those that don’t make a habit out of visiting our regularly-updated daily deals post.


  • Google Chrome may soon be able to search text in PDFs that are just images

    I’m sure you’ve been there: a PDF gets delivered to you in one way or another and when you open it up to search for whatever piece of info you are looking for, you realize this PDF isn’t a document at all, but is simply an image that has been converted to a PDF. It’s…


  • The new ChromeOS sounds for Chromebooks have an interesting genesis

    Did you know that ChromeOS itself has been completely silent up until very recently? I hadn’t thought about it, but without 3rd-party apps or services making sounds, a Chromebook is silent.


  • Google Pay app says goodbye in the US

    Google Pay app says goodbye in the US

    For those who use Google’s payment system, it’s time to say farewell to the standalone Google Pay app. As of June 4th, 2024, Google is officially discontinuing the app in favor of Google Wallet.


  • Chrome Dev for Desktop Update

    The Dev channel has been updated to 124.0.6315.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux.A partial list of changes is available in the Git log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.


  • Multi-origin PWAs & the Scope Extensions API

    Multi-origin PWAs & the Scope Extensions API

    Learn about multi-origin PWAs: From best practices to overcoming challenges, and the release of a new API in origin trial: Web App Scope Extensions. Visit for more info → https://goo.gle/3v7qOn7 Subscribe to Chrome for Developers → https://goo.gle/ChromeDevs #ChromeOS #ChromeForDevelopers Speaker: Rich Augustin; Products Mentioned: ChomeOS;


  • Here’s a simple way to level up your Chromebook gaming experience

    Chromebooks are no longer just for students and casual web browsing. With the rise of cloud gaming services like GeForce NOW, Chromebooks are becoming a viable option for gamers and to truly immerse yourself in your favorite games, a good headset is essential.


  • The curious ‘case’ of the lowercase Chromebook keyboard

    Of all the things Chromebooks are unique for (security, simplicity, speed), one of the more visually striking things about all Chromebooks is right underneath your fingertips (if you are using a Chromebook right now) and you’ve likely never noticed it.


  • This is the best sub-$300 Chromebook you can buy right now

    Chromebook prices dip and change all the time. You know it, I know it, and across the board, we can see $200 price fluctuations in the span of just 24 hours.


  • How Create a Custom Theme Using Chrome’s AI Tool

    How Create a Custom Theme Using Chrome’s AI Tool

    Google Chrome now comes with an AI theme generator. You can select subject, style, and mood to create a custom theme for the browser. This article explains how to use this new AI tool built into Google Chrome.


  • Chrome Dev for Android Update

    Hi everyone! We’ve just released Chrome Dev 124 (124.0.6315.0) for Android. It’s now available on Google Play.You can see a partial list of the changes in the Git log. For details on new features, check out the Chromium blog, and for details on web platform updates, check here.


  • Google brings its generative AI writing aid to any website through Chrome

    Google LLC has debuted a new browser tool that brings generative artificial intelligence writing capabilities to any website. The new Help Me Write for Google Chrome feature is integrated into the Chrome browser, and it acts as a text generator to help users write on any subject.


  • Here’s why Chromebooks have lowercase keys

    Here’s why Chromebooks have lowercase keys

    It’s not to stop people shouting.


  • Say hello to the new “modern” Google sign-in page

    Say hello to the new “modern” Google sign-in page

    Have you noticed a pop-up on the Google account sign-in page recently hinting at a “new look coming soon”? Well, the wait is over – Google has unveiled its “more modern look” for the sign-in page.


  • Stable Channel Update for Desktop

    The Stable channel has been updated to 122.0.6261.69 for Mac,Linux and 122.0.6261.69/.70 to Windows which will roll out over the coming days/weeks. A full list of changes in this build is available in the Log.The Extended Stable channel has been updated to 122.0.6261.69 for Mac and 122.0.6261.


  • Fun & powerful: Intro to Chrome DevTools #DevToolsTips

    Fun & powerful: Intro to Chrome DevTools #DevToolsTips

    In this video, Jecelyn will walk you through the basics of getting started and tips for Chrome DevTools.


  • Google delivers my most-anticipated AI feature to Chrome today

    Last month, Google teased the introduction of new generative AI goodies set to arrive “soon” in the Chrome browser. Today, with the roll-out of Chrome 122, we finally get to start playing around with the new “Help me write” feature that they’ve been teasing us with for quite some time.


  • Chrome’s new AI feature can help you write on the web

    “Help me write” is a new experimental generative AI feature available in Chrome on Macs and Windows PCs to help make writing online easier.


  • Running machine learning in the cloud for live service games

    Generative AI has become the number one technology of interest across many industries over the past year.


  • A year in the cybersecurity trenches with Mandiant Managed Defense

    From the front lines of cyber investigations, the Mandiant Managed Defense team observes how cybercriminals find ways to avoid defenses, exploit weaknesses, and stay under the radar. We work around the clock to develop new techniques to identify attacks and stop breaches for our clients.


  • Why you should consider the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 at just $349

    I’ll freely admit and stand by my assertion that the Galaxy Chromebook 2 was an odd release by Samsung in 2021 and another Chromebook that they fumbled upon delivery. The reasons are plenty, but for the purposes of this post, I’ll stick with two big ones: features and price.


  • The Chrome Cast 255: A new Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Plus could be on the way

    This week on the The Chrome Cast podcast, it’s all about hardware! We are working our way through the Chromebook Plus reviews and have two new videos that we discuss. The first is our favorite of the bunch, the Lenovo Slim 3i Chromebook Plus.


  • Chrome Remote Desktop: 4 easy steps to get started

    Chrome Remote Desktop: 4 easy steps to get started

    Once upon a time, in a world not so far away, accessing a computer remotely required all sorts of costly, complicated software and technical know-how.These days, it’s a different story.


  • Chrome Beta for Android Update

    Hi everyone! We’ve just released Chrome Beta 123 (123.0.6312.3) for Android. It’s now available on Google Play.You can see a partial list of the changes in the Git log. For details on new features, check out the Chromium blog, and for details on web platform updates, check here.


  • Long Term Support Channel Update for ChromeOS

    LTC-120 is being updated in the LTC (Long Term Support Candidate) channel, version 120.0.6099.294 (Platform Version: 15662.94.0), for most ChromeOS devices. Release notes for LTC-120 can be found here Want to know more about Long-term Support?


  • Chrome Beta for Desktop Update

    The Chrome team is excited to announce the promotion of Chrome 123 to the Beta channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. Chrome 123.0.6312.


  • Why Chromebook keyboards have lowercase letters

    Why Chromebook keyboards have lowercase letters

    Learn why Google decided to create an all lowercase keyword for Chromebooks.


  • The best Chromebook Plus model available just hit its lowest-ever price

    Alright, you may not agree with my assertion that the Lenovo Slim 3i Chromebook Plus is the best of the new bunch of branded Chromebook Plus devices, but as I said in our review that just came out recently, this device gets most of the overall equation exceptionally right.


  • My favorite affordable Chromebook is back down to just $219

    As we saw throughout 2023, Chromebook deals come and go; but as a whole they are here to stay.


  • Chrome Beta for iOS Update

    Hi everyone! We’ve just released Chrome Beta 123 (123.0.6312.2) for iOS; it’ll become available on App Store in the next few days.You can see a partial list of the changes in the Git log. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.Krishna GovindGoogle Chrome


  • Chrome for Android Update

     Hi, everyone! We’ve just released Chrome 122 (122.0.6261.64) for Android: it’ll become available on Google Play over the next few days.This release includes stability and performance improvements. You can see a full list of the changes in the Git log. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.


  • Stable Channel Update for Desktop

    The Chrome team is delighted to announce the promotion of Chrome 122 to the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. This will roll out over the coming days/weeks.Chrome 122.0.6261.57 (Linux and Mac), 122.0.6261.57/.58( Windows) contains a number of fixes and improvements — a list of changes is available in the log.


  • Chrome Beta for Desktop Update

    The Beta channel has been updated to 122.0.6261.57 for Windows, Mac and Linux.A partial list of changes is available in the Git log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.


  • Lenovo Slim 3i Chromebook Plus Review: my favorite of the bunch [VIDEO]

    Lenovo Slim 3i Chromebook Plus MSRP – $549.99 “The Slim 3i is an understated masterpiece, highlighting what I feel is the best of Chromebook Plus in all the right ways.” Pros Cons We’re back for – you guessed it – another Chromebook Plus review.


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