Manage Chrome Tabs As a Single App in Android Lollipop

One of the new features in Lollipop treats each Chrome browser tab as a separate app on the Overview screen—the idea is you can flick between (or close) tabs as easily as apps. If you don’t like that behavior and want to leave the tab management to the browser itself, here’s how to revert back to the old way of… » 6/22/15 9:32am 6/22/15 9:32am

Apple's Great New Developer Program Screws Over Safari Devs

During the last few days of the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple announced major changes to its developer programs. Gone are the different programs — and different fees — that developers for iOS, OS X, and watchOS previously had to pay. And that’s great! Except, one of the most under-appreciated dev… » 6/10/15 11:55pm 6/10/15 11:55pm

Cut Down on Your Chrome Data Usage on iOS and Android 

Browsing the web on your mobile is always something of a compromise between getting all the information you need and trying not to hit your mobile data limit (if indeed you have one). Chrome for iOS and Android includes a Data Saver feature you can utilize to compress files before they reach you and save yourself some… » 4/30/15 9:44am 4/30/15 9:44am

Connect to Any PC Over the Internet With Chrome Remote Desktop

Chrome isn't just for idly clicking through the latest tech news and the viral Vines of the day—it also hides a remote desktop tool that lets you easily get from any device running the browser (or the mobile app) to any other PC running the browser. Here's how to get a connection set up in the space of just a few… » 2/06/15 11:23am 2/06/15 11:23am

Use Ratings Preview For Smarter YouTube Browsing

There's an awful lot of content out there on YouTube and sorting the wheat from the chaff can be a serious undertaking. One way of making your video browsing smarter is to install the unofficial Ratings Preview extension for Google Chrome; it rather handily shows the rating for a clip right alongside every thumbnail,… » 1/22/15 5:03pm 1/22/15 5:03pm