Just like music, video and file sharing, the future of powerful computing could be based off the cloud. Google, NVIDIA and VMware are making this possible.
Microsoft’s Surface line of tablets has a long way to go before it is successful, will the success of Chrome OS powered Chromebooks and other mobile technology prevent that from happening?
Google’s Francois Beaufort posted a screenshot today giving us an early look at Chrome OS’s new look, dubbed Project Athena.
During the Google I/O keynote it was revealed that Google intends to bring select Android apps to Chrome OS. Now Google is conducting a survey of sorts asking what apps you’d like to see make the jump.
is finally bringing some Google apps to Chrome OS. It’s not clear if all Android apps will work on Chrome OS, but Google demoed on stage apps from Flipboard and Evernote. According to Sundar Pichai, the Chrome OS apps run and behave just like the Android applications.
According to several references in the Chromium Project, it seems that Chrome OS could eventually introduce a new interface with improved touch-functionality referred to as Project Athena.
Google just released a Chrome web app that lets you save movies from Play Movies & TV for offline usage. Now you can select the flicks you want, download them locally, and enjoy them on your flight, camping trip, or commute, hassle free.
We live in a multi-platform world and a new challenge has emerged – we need to keep our services and applications somehow connected.
Shortly after taking Chromebooks to six new countries, Google is now expanding even further. It’s headed to nine new markets, further boosting the platform.
The idea of having multiple devices working together is certainly engrossing – but is it what we are looking for? Google is willing to bet on this idea!