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Google Chrome's new Data Saver tool removes images to cut data use by up to 70 percent

Google’s latest Chrome feature includes more ways to improve your web browsing experience by reducing data consumption by up to 70%. Chrome’s Data Saver achieves the impressive consumption savings by blocking images when the web page initially loads, although it does give users the opportunity to manually select to show images if they want to. 238 more words


9to5Google Gift Guide: The best Chromebooks for everyone

Tech is always on the top of someone’s gift list, and normally, one item wanted by kids and adults alike is a laptop. With Chrome OS, Google shifted the focus away from slow, cheap laptops to efficient, affordable machines by creating a cloud-centric operating system. 984 more words


Chrome Custom Tabs were announced at I/O earlier this year and finally rolled out with version 45 of Chrome for Android in September. Users are now starting to see the official  191 more words

Apps And Updates

Cam's 9to5Google Gift Guide: The best Chrome & Android-powered products and accessories

The holiday season is well and truly upon us, and whether you’re looking for gift ideas for yourself, your friends or your family, we have you covered here at 9to5Google. 1,673 more words


Google Releases the Chromebit

Oh boy, it’s a grand time to be a hardware nerd. Google has launched the Chromebit. “The $85 Chromebit is a 75 gram (or 2.6 ounces) stick that you can plug into any HDMI port — whether that’s a regular computer screen or that large TV in your living room. 24 more words

New Resources

The Chromebit gives you Chrome OS in your pocket for $85

It seems portable computers in pen-drive shaped enclosures are all the rage right now, with companies releasing their own variation of Intel’s Compute Stick. However, all of these are common in that they pack in PC-class processors in tiny enclosures and run  Windows. 158 more words

Company Announcement

You may have thought you would have to wait until Black Friday to save big on a Nexus 5 or a Chromebook, but Expansys is already offering deep discounts with… 71 more words