People have been wondering for a while now whether it really makes sense for Google to have two separate operating systems. There are signs that Chrome and Android are getting closer. What is Google up to and how far can it go?
Android fans, this was a bit quiet on the Android front (unless you count the outrageous April Fools’ pranks that made the rounds), but Google made it up to us with some interesting Chrome OS developments.
And to round out our double feature for today, we have the team back again for a round of Chrome OS talk. This past week (on April Fool’s Day, no less) we got a number of announcements... regarding the Chrome ecosystem. Chromebit is a new platform that will put a fully functioning Chrome OS onto any HDMI-capable television, Chrome OS itself is getting some good Android testing capabili...
Google has just announced an easy way to bring Chrome OS to your television. It’s called the Chromebit, and it’s basically a Chromebook packed into an HDMI dongle that will be offered for an affordable price.
If you’re running the Chrome OS beta channel on your Chromebook, and new change is making its way to your device. The new feature is called Chrome Launcher 2.0, and it brings a new Google Now-centric interface and some performance improvements.
Acer has just unveiled two new additions to its Chromebox CXI Series that are both powered by 4th generation Intel Core i3 dual-core processors.
Google has rolled out an update to the Chrome OS Admin Console that allows business/enterprise and education Chrome OS devices to be locked if the devices become lost or stolen.
A tweaked version of the Crouton extension now allows Chromebook owners to run Linux (Debian or Ubuntu) in a window on Google’s Chrome OS.
We take a look at the latest low-cost laptop offering from Lenovo running Chrome OS, in this in-depth review of the Lenovo N20 Chromebook!
This week we talk about Android apps running on ChromeOS, Goat SImulator, Dragon Quest, battery saving, and more Android apps news!