Google confirms Linux app support on Chromebooks leaves beta status in ChromeOS 91, due for release soon. Read why this is good news for Linux fans.
A slew of substantial memory improvements feature in Google Chrome 89, the latest stable version of Google's phenomenally popular web browser.
Future Ubuntu apps made by Canonical will use Flutter, Google's open-source UI framework. We ask whether this news will help or harm the Ubuntu experience.
Chromium will lose several key features when Google revokes access to private APIs in March. It recommends affected users switch to Google Chrome.
Google has teamed up with Canonical to bring Flutter apps to Linux desktops. A new alpha version of the Flutter SDK can be used to create Linux apps, as well as mobile ones.
If you run Linux apps on your Chromebook using Google's fancy Crostini tech, look out for an updated terminal app in a forthcoming update.
Okay, so this isn’t strictly related to Linux per se — though a tangential link exists because Microsoft Edge is coming to Linux — but the following photo made me laugh when I saw it […]
Google is blocking several Linux web browsers from accessing services like Gmail, showing users an error telling them to try a different browser.
Google wants to bring Android "as close as possible" to the mainline Linux kernel, stabilising the kernel ABI and making hardware support modular.
Google Stadia will launch in November, but gamers will need to buy a $129 Stadia Founders Pack to join the fun. We look at Stadia subscription cost & launch.
Dang it! Another week has only gone and flapped past my ears while I sat there, squinting awkwardly at Twitter. And what of the tweets that whizzed by my eyeballs this week? Well, most of […]
Google has apparently said that every Chromebook launched in 2019 will support Linux apps, according to an Android Police update on Google I/O 2019.