As QHD-resolution displays become more common, the question becomes when the increased resolution becomes indistinguishable. An LG engineer said it designs its displays to be used at 8-10 inches, which is closer than the 12-inch distance previously commonly used to define a “retina” display.
Google has been working on a software keyboard in Chrome OS for nearly a year. And it keeps getting better: the latest improvements allow you to lock the keyboard in place on screen. But what device is this for? I have an idea.
Looking for a touchscreen Chromebook but don’t want the $1.299 price tag of a Pixel? The upcoming Acer C720 may have you covered based on reports of a touchscreen option.
The latest Developer channel update for Chrome OS offers a number of improvements that brings the operating system closer to traditional desktop platforms. Touch enabled drag-and-drop, better channel switching, and a way to see all open windows with a single key click are here.
This week’s audio podcast is all about the Chromecast: What it is, what it runs and some tips on how to best use it. And our app of the week could help you get some content to ‘cast if you use BitTorrent.
Can you get phone notifications in the Chrome browser? Sure, if you use Android and our Chrome extension of the week! Plus a chat about Haswell-powered pixels and why Chromebooks aren’t Netbooks 2.0.
Photo import and backup gets easier with a new app for the Pixel while buying a mid-range Chromebook gets a bit harder. Our extension of the week provides better search history and we share a fix for screenshot errors on this week’s Chrome podcast.
Pixel owners can now plug in an SD card or camera full of photos to their laptop for auto-upload and backup to Google+. The new app, shown in February, launches today and Google is planning for it on other Chromebooks in the future.
Catch up with our weekly podcasts as we talk about the pros and cons of telecommuting, a router with a touchscreen and Chromebook Pixel!
Remember when your email was capped at 2 MB? It wasn’t that long ago.