Take notes in your Chrome browser Video
Is Google's recently released Chrome the Web browser for you? Here's are three features that will help you make up your mind.
Control your tabs with this Chrome extension.
Google Chrome exploded on to the browser scene in 2008 and hasn't let up its rocketing upward trajectory. Now at 10 percent of the worldwide browser market share, we take a new look at the browser and what makes people crazy for Chrome.
Don't need Chrome taking up space on your hard drive? With OldChromeRemover, you can make sure outdated versions of Chrome aren't clogging up your bytes. Veronica shows you how it works on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Wish Chrome had a few more options to customize? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to use Chrome Toolbox, which comes right from the Google team, and adds a little more oomph to your browser.
Need one go-to place for all of your social-media notifications? Then take a look at today's nifty Chrome extension!
If you've been wondering what Google was doing with its mobile browser, now you know: Chrome for Android is here, but only if you're running Android 4.0.
Google's Mario Queiroz reveals the Chromecast, a sticklike device that connects to one of your TV's HDMI inputs and accepts video pushed from smartphones, tablets, and the Chrome browser. It's available starting today for $35.
Vice President of Product Marketing Sundar Pichai announces the release of Google Chrome OS, a new operating system based on its Chrome browser.
Have dreams of living in the cloud? Three testers take the 13-inch Google ChromeBook Pixel out for a test drive. We unbox the stylish Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet. Plus, Jeff drives NASA's Space Exploration Vehicle on a simulated Mars surface.