High refresh rate displays are officially a thing now on Chrome OS from version 85 onwards, with support emerging from behind a flag and making its way into the settings app. It's easy to use and will make your experience smoother than ever.
If you're using a Chromebook for work or school and need to make full use of Microsoft Teams with it, the good news is it's really easy to get going. We'll walk you through two different methods you can use to get Microsoft Teams on your Chromebook.
When NVIDIA announced that GeForce Now would finally be available on Chromebooks officially, some might have been dismayed at the minimum spec requirements. But don't fret; you should try it anyway because even if your Chromebook doesn't meet the requirements, you might be able to have a solid gaming session anyway.
NVIDIA's cloud gaming platform, GeForce Now, continues to go from strength to strength and today the company is announcing support, initially as a beta, for Chromebooks. Assuming your portable Google-powered laptop meets the requirements, you can hook up to GeForce Now and play your favorite PC games without the need for a gaming laptop.
NVIDIA's latest update to the GeForce Now library is here and while it's a smaller week by numbers, there are still some big names joining the fray. New release Rogue Company is one of the most notable, alongside Steep and SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE.
NVIDIA is back with another weekly update to its GeForce Now catalog and this week there are some great titles joining. Disco Elysium, Farming Simulator 19 and Just Cause 4 Reloaded are but three of the top titles you'll be able to play on the service starting today.
NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming service has endured some rough times but things have turned around and it continues to go from strength to strength. This week's update to the catalog sees the glorious return of Square Enix, with Tomb Raider, Just Cause and Deus Ex in tow among the many new titles joining.
NVIDIA has announced probably the biggest week of updates to its GeForce Now catalog since launch, with the addition of new titles like Maneater, the return of The Long Dark and the arrival of eight big hitters from Ubisoft.
Black Shark's latest and greatest smartphone for gamers is now officially available to buy in Europe. The Black Shark 3 and Black Shark 3 Pro both pack some interesting design features and hardware, an attractive price and plenty of appeal to fans of pocket-based gaming.
Codemasters started teasing its next big project in the DiRT series earlier this week and made its grand debut at Microsoft's Xbox Series X showcase. But DiRT 5 has also already been confirmed for both PlayStation 5 and Google Stadia, and that's just gravy.
NVIDIA continues to bolster its GeForce Now catalog with a further 19 new games being added to its ranks this week. The latest headline act is Population Zero, a new title that launched earlier this week on Steam and has generated a bit of buzz.
Forza Street is now finally available to download for all on iOS and Android around the world. Microsoft's free-to-play racer is a much more casual affair than the full Forza games, designed for a touch-friendly experience. Grab some free cars, too, by playing in the first 30 days.
Forza Street, Microsoft's free-to-play racer, is finally launching worldwide on iOS and Android having been launched on Windows 10 in 2019. And to celebrate, all players will be able to get at least one free car to add to their collection, with additional bonuses if you're on a Samsung Galaxy device.
Facebook Gaming has finally, officially launched on Android after a period of soft launch testing in parts of the world. The good news is that it's actually pretty good, even if there are areas it could improve.
F1 2020 has been announced with a July release on the cards, and while not much has been revealed initially, there does seem to be a heavy focus on offline play with a new split-screen co-op mode and the chance to be the 11th team on the F1 grid.
Let a little sunshine into these troubling times with the release of Trolls: World Tour on home premiere in the UK. Available a little ahead of the U.S., grab the little ones, jump on the sofa and join Poppy and Branch in their latest adventure filled with music. And glitter.
Sadly, Frozen 2 is not available on Disney+ at launch, but it will be joining the service eventually, currently slated for July 17, 2020. So for now, you'll have to buy either a digital or physical copy.