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An easy way to access and enter emoji is available in Chrome OS, courtesy of the (dully named) 'input device menu'.

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The latest Google Chrome Beta update lets YouTube and other video sites keep playing in the background. A pet peeve of many, the new feature will allow you to keep listening to audio from videos when you switch to another tab or even another app. You can…

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Keep Gmail pinned in Chrome? If so, you may have noticed that the favicon - the little icon that shows up in the tab - isn't very informative by default. But it can be…

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Google has launched a new Chromecast Preview Program, which lets you receive new Chromecast firmware before everyone else does!

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The image viewer (come-editor) that’s included in Chrome OS is useful enough, right? That is until you want to resize an image. Chrome’s built-in image editor can’t handle anything that exotic At least, not yet. Photo Resizing Coming Soon Native image…

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Chrome for #Android Tests Native 'Read It later' Feature

All of us have likely opened a link in Chrome on Android only to realise that we don’t have enough time to read it there and then. If you’re canny you’ll use a ‘read it later‘ service like Pocket, or bookmark the page in a folder you’ve created especially…

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Google has added a new feature to the Chrome Web Store: the ability to install extensions on the desktop Chrome browser using an Android device.

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Twitter recently introduced a 'night mode' option to its mobile apps. Now, a new Chrome extension brings the same dark theme feature to the web.

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Most of us are aware that Google Chrome is a bit of a battery sapper on Windows & macOS. Google, aware that it needed to do better, duly got to work fixing longstanding bugs, removing excessive feature bloat, and generally giving the browser a nip and a…

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Why did no-one tell me that ChromeOS was this good?!
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