Android Apps on Chrome OS? What is it really like? (At least, for now)

When Google announced that Chrome OS would be able to get the true Play Store, as in the same Play Store found on Android devices, it’s pretty fair to say us and everyone saw this as a stupid idea, and those who didn’t have seriously not thought through how this would work (keyboard and mouse,Continue reading “Android Apps on Chrome OS? What is it really like? (At least, for now)”

Google IO 2015 – Android M, Wear updates and more!

Google IO was upon us this week and it’s fair to say we were glued and excited to see all the latest and greatest Google has to offer the world. Typically Google takes this opportunity to show off the latest version of Android and further updates across the board all around Google, and this yearContinue reading “Google IO 2015 – Android M, Wear updates and more!”

Google introduces Google Store, alongside new Chromebook Pixel 2

Previously concealed, almost, inside of Google’s Play selection on their ‘play.google.com’, Google have opened up their devices store as Google Store, and it’s actually really good. Whilst the Google Store remains incredibly Nexus focused, it does of course house a number of Android Wear devices, but what the new Store does though is promote, withoutContinue reading “Google introduces Google Store, alongside new Chromebook Pixel 2”

Computex 2014: HP announce a wide range of new Chrome OS devices!

Aside from HPs Windows based announcements at Computex, they’ve also announce a wide range of devices running on Google’s Chrome OS platform. At the event, HP announced some pretty slick looking notebooks, as well as a Chromebox and even an Android powered laptop, so everything to go there for Google people, but mainly Chrome OSContinue reading “Computex 2014: HP announce a wide range of new Chrome OS devices!”

What Chromebooks say about the “average consumer”

Chromebooks is the name given to a set of PCs released running Google’s own Chrome OS, which, whilst slow to start, are beginning to take off in many regions around the world, but why? The average consumer According to Google, the average consumer does more than 95%, if not all, of the things on aContinue reading “What Chromebooks say about the “average consumer””

Google officially announced Android 4.3 “nothing’s changed”, new Nexus 7 and Chromecast

Google’s Breakfast Event is over and they’ve announced quite a few things we’ve been waiting for … yes it was called a Breakfast Event. From the ..Breakfast Event, can’t get over how stupid that sounds, Google announced 3 things that are likely the most interesting announcements that honestly should’ve happened at Google I/O, however weContinue reading “Google officially announced Android 4.3 “nothing’s changed”, new Nexus 7 and Chromecast”

Google Android installs reaches an incredible 750,000,000 ahead of Google IO

In a recent ‘update from the CEO‘ blog posted by Google CEO Larry Page had a lot to say as you’d expect, but something I think many people still were incredibly impressed by was what he had to say about Android. As a project that began back in 2004, and changed in 2007 after theContinue reading “Google Android installs reaches an incredible 750,000,000 ahead of Google IO”

Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel

Google today announced the Chromebook Pixel, a new Chrome OS-based notebook that Google is aiming probably directly at Apple’s MacBook Air, but with 32GB storage for $1300, really Google? On the hardware front, Google has built in a high-resolution touchscreen display, as well as 32 or 64GB SSD storage, a backlit keyboard, and a dual coreContinue reading “Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel”

Fake Bad Piggies App for Google Chrome Infects 80,000 Computers With Adware

A malicious Google Chrome application that claims to be a browser-based version of Rovio’s new, yet still upcoming, ‘Bad Piggies’ game has infected more than 80,000 computers with adware. The app itself has been distributed through the official Chrome Web Store, however the app installs a plugin that displays advertisements while users are browsing popular websites, not theContinue reading “Fake Bad Piggies App for Google Chrome Infects 80,000 Computers With Adware”

Blog Sunday 7th June 2009

This blog is waaay overdue, been so busy which is unusual, well, that and the fact I couldn’t be bothered writing the blog, anyway back to the story, which to be honest is not rather eventful. Since my blog a surprising revelation occurred on Britain’s Got Talent to the fact that Susan Boyle came second,Continue reading “Blog Sunday 7th June 2009”

Google Chrome Review

Yes, we know what your thinking “WHAT!!! Another browser?” yep, Google have created alot for us in the past and now they’ve hit us now with a web browser, basic to say the least but it does the job and does it well! Only for Windows?!!!! :-( Unfortunatly the awesomly aclaimed beta version is onlyContinue reading “Google Chrome Review”