Sebastien Gabriel is a visual designer working with Google Chrome that is responsible for iconic symbols such as the Lonely T-Rex and the new Chrome OS Camera icon.The post Interview with Sebastien Gabriel, a Google Chrome Visual Designer appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
Which Google Chrome Channel do you use as your main browser on the desktop? That's the question we're asking you in our latest poll.The post Which Google Chrome Channel Do You Use and Why? appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
A bevy of new features have been added to powerful Chrome image editing app 'Pixlr Touch Up'.The post Pixlr Touch Up for Chrome Adds New Text Tool, More Adjustment Options appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
The Samsung Chromebook 2 was formally announced this week to much attention — but not for the usual reasons.The post Hi-Res Samsung Chromebook 2 Images Shows Leather Look In Better Detail appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
The latest beta build of Google Chrome for Android includes experimental support for Chromecast.The post Experimental Chromecast Support Added to Chrome for Android Beta appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
With a couple of add-ons for the Chrome browser, its possible to enrich your Pinterest experience — from finding the source of an image, to pinning tweets.The post 3 Useful Chrome Extensions for Pinterest Users appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
Support for Google's Chromecast continues to go from strength to strength as another major media company announces plans to support the tech in the near future.The post Video Streaming Service ‘Vudu’ Adding Chromecast Support To Android, iOS Apps appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
After months of rumours and a weekend of leaks Samsung has announced the successor to the Samsung Chromebook, the most popular Chromebook so far.The post Samsung Chromebook 2 Officially Unveiled With 8-Core Processor, Double the RAM of Rivals appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
Chrome OS auto-updates make it hard to discover new features as they arrive. We've highlighted a few being tested on the Beta and Dev channels that you can look forward to in the coming months.The post 9 New Features Coming to Chrome OS — From Trackpad Gestures to Multi-Profile Sessions appeared first on OMG! Chrome!.
Trust issues are stumping Apple fans trying to connect their iOS 7-toting iPads and iPhones to recent versions of Ubuntu. Here's how to (possibly) fix it.The post How To Fix iPad and iPhone ‘Trust’ Bug On Ubuntu first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Without turning to Google, do you know the terminal command needed to log out of Unity? If not, Power Commands brings a slew of session commands to the Dash.The post How To Add Shutdown, Restart Options to Ubuntu’s Unity Dash first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Pause that YouTube video and stop munching on that sandwich: the Ubuntu Community Survey 2014 has gone live, and your help is required. The post 2014 Ubuntu Community Survey Wants Your Thoughts on Unity first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
In an impressive feat, Ubuntu has demoed a working port of Chromium running on Mir, Canonical's in-house, next-gen display server.The post Chromium Browser Ported To Mir Display Server first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
The open-source download manager uGet is one of the most versatile download helpers available on Linux — and it has more reason to celebrate.The post Open Source Download Manager uGet Turns 11, Celebrates With New Release first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
A third-party PPA offers Ubuntu users the chance to install a version of the Unity desktop that includes a long-requested launcher feature — 'minimise on click'.The post How to Enable ‘Minimise On Click’ in Unity 7 on Ubuntu 14.04 first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS adds a number of new features and improvements to Unity, many fulfilling long-standing user requests. Here's 7 of the best.The post 7 Improvements In Ubuntu 14.04 LTS That You’re Going To Love first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
In just one week the Pitivi video editor crowd-funding project has amassed one-third of its initial €35,000 goal.The post GStreamer Donate €2500 To Pitivi Crowdfunding Campaign first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
As the popularity of Ubuntu has increased the novelty of seeing it "in the wild" has decreased — can these recent spots reignite excitement?The post From Mars Missions to Robotics Competitions: Latest ‘Ubuntu in the Wild’ first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.