Chrome OS users may eventually be able to lock and unlock their Chromebooks with their phone or any number of accessories. Read on for more!
Commits found in the Chromium open source project, the precursor of Chrome and Chrome OS, suggest that Google may be bringing Chromecast support to the Android version of the browser in the close future.
Opera announced the release of Opera 15 for Android today, only weeks after the earlier release of Opera 14, with an improved download manager and more.
Site compatibility is paramount for a browser, and Opera had struggled in that arena. Chrome is wildly popular, stable, and built on an open source platform.
In the coming months, Rockmelt will be discontinuing its social web browser in favor of Rockmelt for Web, a content discovery and sharing service.
Google has announced that it’s departing from its relationship with Apple’s WebKit engine and is starting up a new open source Webkit-based project called Blink.
Francois Beaufort, who supplied a lot of inside information on Chromium and Chrome OS over the time, has been hired by Google as an open-source Chromium Evangelist.
In Google’s latest Chromium build, an EQ animation will play over a tab’s favicon to show the system that the tab is actively running. It works as a safeguard so those tabs won’t get trashed when the system is low on memory.
Have you found yourself itching to give Chrome OS a try since you’ve seen extensive Chrome OS coverage this past week? While we can’t test drive any rumored hardware, we can test drive many of the newly reported features with just a little bit of work thanks to Chromium OS.
It seems there has been a new Chrome device, codenamed “puppy”, being tested on Chromium. Is this the “Chromebook Pixel”? We hope so!