The latest experiment to emerge from Google's Chrome labs offers a gaming experience that points the way toward the future of online group interactions.
Forget about the latest Android rumors for a second and take a look at what Google and Lego just released for Chrome. It's called Build, and it lets you build virtual brick creations with official Lego bricks on a plot of land. So long social life!
Google's Chrome browser has come a really long way since it was launched three years ago. Today, it adds another excellent feature that workaholics have been pining for: cross-device syncing for all of your open tabs between other computers and any Android device running the new Chrome browser.
The eagle has landed and the hidden code was real — Google Chrome is now available on Android in beta for smartphones and tablets running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Hello productivity spike!
C'mon everyone, that joke sold itself! But seriously, Google started selling branded watches in its company store in Mountain View, CA for those who wanted to show their love for Chrome, Android and "Google" on their wrists, and now these timepieces are available online.
According to data crunched by Statcounter, Chrome is on the up and up. In the three short years since Google's Chrome Web browser exploded on the scene, it's jumped from virtual unknown browser to second. It's now dethroned Mozilla's Firefox for second most popular Web browser used.
Forget about next-gen Xboxes or PS4, the next console most gamers will play on might just be one that's free. Google is planning to add gamepad support to its Chrome Web browser, essentially turning it into a game console.
Well, it's about time Google came to its senses and brought Chrome, its powerful and streamlined desktop browser, to its army of Android smartphones. Who wants some Chrome to go?
Google voice search started out as a feature on Android, but it's now live in the newest version of the Chrome browser. I just tried it, so does that mean we'll never have to type another Google search out again? Find out after the break.
Google Chrome is successful because it strips down all of the elements in a modern web browser to only its most necessary components. The next version of Firefox looks like it'll be stealing borrowing a few similar elements from Google's browser, which is actually a good thing.