Today’s Pushbullet update is very exciting – it makes it a little easier to communicate by allowing you to respond to text messages from your computer.
A new update is rolling out to Chrome for Android, bringing back Doodles on new tabs, as well as introducing various bug and security fixes.
The L release of Android (the successor to Android 4.4.x KitKat) is expected to launch at the end of the year, but we may have just got our first real look at it thanks to a couple of screenshots found in the Chrome issue tracker.
Wish you could return to the days of the old AOSP Browser? A new method now makes it possible on KitKat, no root necessary.
Google just released a Chrome web app that lets you save movies from Play Movies & TV for offline usage. Now you can select the flicks you want, download them locally, and enjoy them on your flight, camping trip, or commute, hassle free.
We live in a multi-platform world and a new challenge has emerged – we need to keep our services and applications somehow connected.
Google Stars has been staying well hidden for being a service that is currently under testing, but we are now getting access to a leaked Chrome extension!
Google is pushing out a new update that brings hands-free voice control to the Chrome browser (stable channel) for desktop users.
Chrome 35.0.1916.122 is now available in the Play Store, and brings several new features and bug fixes, of which the native support for multi-window functionality may be the most important.
A few users of the Chrome Remote Desktop browser extension have been asked by Google to help beta test Chrome Remote Desktop for Android. The beta is invite only, for users that opted in to help Chrome improve the browser based remote desktop client.