The rumors are true: Google's bringing Chrome apps to iOS and Android. Well, it's providing the tools developers need in order to do so. The toolkit is only in a beta form at the moment, but it holds the promise turning Chrome apps into cross-platform suckers for your phone. If it turns out to be as easy at it sounds,… » 1/28/14 4:58pm 1/28/14 4:58pm

Google Chrome Is Blocking a Bunch of Major Sites for Malware, Even…

If you were just cruising around the web today and got hit smack in the face with a Google Chrome malware error, you weren't the only one. A whole number of sites from such as imgur, DeviantArt, The San Francisco Chronicle, and YouTube were blocked for many users citing malware from us.bernerverein.ch. » 2/09/13 6:44pm 2/09/13 6:44pm

How to Get the Most Out of Google Chrome

Let's face it, the light-and-fast Google Chrome browser is the only way to surf the web-no question. But whether you're new to the browser or an old veteran, we've got some tricks to improve your mileage. Our Google Chrome Optimization Guide will show you which Google Chrome extensions to download and ways to tweak… » 10/07/12 11:00am 10/07/12 11:00am

Google Chrome's URL Search Bar Feature Is Not Working Properly

At least it isn't just me! TheNextWeb is reporting a problem with Google Chrome's beloved URL bar search feature. The beauty of Chrome is that you don't need to open a tab and go to Google in order to search something. It's already Google! It understands. Usually. » 7/03/12 2:00am 7/03/12 2:00am

Future Versions of Chrome Will Help You Make Better Passwords

Your passwords are horrible. You should do a better job, but keeping track of tons of unique alphanumeric cyphers is a pain, and password managers come with their own inconveniences. Luckily, it looks like future versions of Google Chrome will have built-in features to help you do better. » 2/20/12 2:53pm 2/20/12 2:53pm

The Laptop of the Future, Version 1.0

Google's CR-48 Chrome laptop was a rough draft of the kind of computer people will be using eventually—lean, fast, utterly and completely connected—but it had its problems. (Oh lord, the trackpad.) Samsung's Series 5 Chromebook is like version 1.0. » 5/11/11 11:07pm 5/11/11 11:07pm