Need to connect an iPhone to a Chromebook to move photos? There are two easy ways to do it and one can even free up iPhone storage space.
Small business and enterprises rejoice! Google Chrome Browser Cloud Management gains support for managing Android and iOS devices.
When I’m out working with my Chromebook and iPhone, people often come up to me and ask: “Can you happily use a Chromebook with an iPhone?” The answer is a resounding yes.
Those not happy with Android apps on Chromebooks might be tempted by Apple’s transition to ARM-powered Macs. Why? The company will have a unified desktop and mobile app platform that appears to perform better.
A bug filed on this day in 2013 is finally close to being resolved: Linux kernel updates and other code changes will make it easy to use a USB-connected iPhone in place of a Wi-Fi connection on Chromebooks.
USB-tethering to an iPhone for web access is in the works for Chromebooks. Why would you need this? It uses less battery on your device compared to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth tethering.