It's now possible to run Android apps in the Chrome browser -- it just takes a little bit of work. Google has officially brought four Android apps to Chromebooks, so it would seem that it's only a matter of time before more and more Android apps become officially available on the Chrome browser. If you…
A dev-oriented 64-bit version of Google’s Chrome web browser is now available for use in Windows 7 and Windows 8. In a blog post on the matter, Google software engineer Will Harris said a 64-bit browser allows Google to take advantage of…
Windows 8.1 offers many of the same battery-saving features found in previous versions of Windows, but they're often in different places. These options will help you make your tablet or laptop's battery last as long as possible. Disable Bluetooth Your Windows 8.1 tablet or laptop probably comes with Bluetooth support that's enabled by default. If…
Twitter user posts a photo claiming it shows the 4.5-inch Nokia Lumia 920 with PureView, along with a photo of a purported Lumia 820 boasting a 4.3-inch screen. Read this blog post by Don Reisinger on Mobile.
Tobii, an eye-tracking technology company, has been working on making its Gaze eye-tracking technology compatible with Windows 8. With this new version, users can just look at App tiles and click on a trackpad or a mouse to launch them.
Some apps are essential, and you use them every day. Everyone knows their names: Firefox, VLC, 7-Zip, and so on. However, there's another class of app that gets less attention: the apps that are insanely useful to have in your back pocket on the rare occasions you need them. Here are 10 of our favorites.
Watch this video on CNET TV: Hold on to your hats, Windows fans: there's a new operating system in town. Windows 8 lives way out on the frontier of touch screens and apps, and it hasn't forgotten how to interact with legacy software.
Microsoft's Kinect gaming peripheral will be coming to the Windows operating system in Feburary. The company says is has sold 18 million units of the motion sensor. Read this post by Roger Cheng on CES 2012.
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