After its untimely death in 2013, Google Reader may be resurrected. Is Google Reader coming back with a full Chrome and ChromeOS integration?
The latest ChromeOS 106 Dev Channel update integrates Google Photos Memories on Chromebooks. Here’s a preview.
Both the Chrome browser and ChromeOS 106 are getting a Partial Translate language feature. Here’s how it works.
I recently needed to press the F10 key in an app on my Chromebook. But it doesn’t have one. Here’s how to use function keys on a Chromebook.
Although ChromeOS 104 just arrived, there are new features on the horizon. The latest is for ChromeOS 106, expected to add diacritic typing to Chromebooks and other ChromeOS devices.
How did I miss the HP QuickDrop app? It can wirelessly transfer iPhone photos, files and notes to and from the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook.
It’s 2022 and you’re using Linux on a Chromebook. So why are you using apt to install apps? Here’s why you should try Nala for Linux.
I’m often asked “Why buy a Chromebook when you can get a Mac or PC for the same price and do so much more?” Here’s why I use a Chromebook.
Want to have all the files locally stored on your Chromebook backed up? Here’s how to change a Chromebook Downloads folder to Google Drive.
It’s easy to change ChromeOS channels to see future features. And it’s about to get easier to see which ChromeOS channel is on your Chromebook.
After more than 10 years of ChromeOS, native video editing on Chromebooks is near! Here’s a peek at the feature set for this native application.