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Computex 2017 is here: find out all the latest news from the tech event

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Can the OnePlus 5 be a hit with a higher price?

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10 best new Android apps from May 2017!

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10 best new Android games from May 2017!

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Acer Chromebase 24 now available starting at $450

The consumer version of the Acer Chromebase 24 is now available directly from Acer, Amazon, and select other retailers.
by Team AAJuly 12, 20168

Chrome OS finally getting a storage manager

With the entirety of the Google Play Store for tablets on its way to Chrome OS, the operating system is getting a much-needed Storage Manager.
by John DyeJune 24, 20161

Which Chromebooks support Android apps?

How can we find out if our Chrome OS devices are compatible with the Google Play Store? Thankfully, it didn't take long for Google to create a list of supported Chromebooks.
by Edgar CervantesJune 19, 201615

Google’s video shows how Android apps run on Chromebooks

Google has released a video of the Google I/O session that demonstrates how Android apps will run on Chromebooks. Check it out!
by Sean KingJune 6, 201610
 
 

New Acer Chromebook 11 and 14 hit the Google Store

Looking for a new Chromebook? Acer has been one of the key players in the Chrome OS market, and today they are introducing a couple new iterations to their Chromebook line-up.
by Edgar CervantesJune 4, 20161

Google suspends Chromebook auto-updates due to critical bug

Silent updates are one of the nicest features of Chrome OS. But the system is not fail proof. A bug found in some Chromebook models has prompted Google to pause these auto-updates.
by Team AAJune 2, 201616

With Android apps on board, will Chrome OS become the tablet OS of choice?

Following the announcement of Android apps for Chrome OS, Google has given tablet manufacturers a touch choice moving forward, but will Ch
by Robert TriggsMay 26, 201638

Google I/O 2016: all the big announcements and highlights

All the major announcements from Google I/O 2016: from Google Home and Daydream VR to Android apps on Chrome OS, Project Tango, Ara and Android Instant Apps.
by Kris CarlonMay 21, 2016

Android apps not coming to older Chromebooks, including the original Pixel

Google released a comprehensive list of Chromebooks devices that will receive the Play Store, and most devices older than two years didn't make the cut.
by John DyeMay 19, 201632

The good, the bad and the ugly of Android apps on Chrome OS

A few thoughts on what Android apps for Chrome OS are going to mean for app design, the transition process and target audiences for apps in future.
by Kris CarlonMay 19, 201623
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