A vulnerability in Google Chrome could enable arbitrary code execution on Windows, macOS and Linux.
Code changes in Chromium show that Google has deprecated Project Campfire, an initiative that would have brought the ability to dual-boot Windows 10 on Chromebooks.
Google adds drive-by download protection to Chrome 73 in a bid to prevent malware and other malicious covert software downloads.
Proposed changes to Chromium, the open source project behind the Google Chrome browser, could lead to the death of ad blockers on the platform.
Acer announced a new member of the Chromebook 15 product line, which the company designed to be an affordable notebook for web browsing and media streaming.
Google announced that Chrome 55, which should be available by the end of the year, will significantly reduce memory usage.
The Asus Chromebook Flip is the first Chromebook to get official support for the Android Play Store.
Chrome will block Flash content on all websites except the top ten most visited ones, which will get an exemption of another year.
A discovery in the Chrome OS source code revealed that the operating system may soon benefit from full Google Play Store integration, giving Chromebook users access to over one million Android apps.
Google launched Chrome 47 beta, which brings improved web app multitasking, splash screens for more pleasant web app start-ups, and more flexible options for desktop notifications.
The Chrome Security Team is proposing to mark HTTP sites as non-secure in the Chrome browser, over a certain transition period.
With Mobile World Congress behind us, Samsung is shifting its focus from smartphones and smartwatches to Chromebooks.