All this fun talk lately about the Chromebook Pixel seems to lead to more questions than it answers. Is it real? When will we get it? will it run Android apps? The last one seems to interest us the most. If we could run Android on a Chromebook, would we want to? Is that smart for Google?
A closer look at the upcoming Chrome notification center suggests unified notifications, which may include services on a user’s Android devices. Is Google Now coming to Chrome?
You know that icon suggesting a unified messaging app is coming? It actually belongs to an internal testing app, says the developer that first revealed it.
Google is making a push to be the enterprise solution of choice for business. Is it any good? It is, and your cmpany could save boatloads by switching.
Moreover, a mystery new icon in the Chrome OS interface gives us hope that Google is finally close to fixing the mess that messaging is now for users.
Nobody seemed very fond of Google-powered Chromebooks in their first year of existence on the market, but something happened in the last few months turning the fortunes around for the struggling class of notebooks.
Google keeps on promoting its Chromebooks to the academe, and it looks like it is getting the adoption it deserves.
A Notification Center has been added in the latest version of the Chromium build for Windows, a feature that opens the path to the integration of Google Now in Chrome and Chrome OS.
A Chrome Bugdroid statue has been spotted in Google’s Campus, and a new report says that Google is getting ready to let Chrome users run Android apps in their browser.
Chrome-based notebooks now account for 5-10% of Acer’s U.S. sales since its Chromebook line-up launched last November. On the other hand, Windows 8 fails to boost Acer’s sales figures.