Today HP has taken the wraps off its latest Chrome OS offering, the Chromebook 11. This time around we get a device with a Pixel-inspired design, an IPS display and an affordable price tag of just $279.
Wish you could make the switch to Chrome OS, but still have a need for Windows apps? Soon you may be able to have the best of both worlds, with Chrome OS effectively making its way to Windows 8’s start UI.
Right under the Collections tab in the Chrome Web Store lies For Your Desktop, which were widely knows as packaged apps before today. Those apps, like software for traditional operating systems, run independent of the browser, and don’t need an internet connection.
Can a $250 laptop hold up to the strains of six months of constant use? We take a look at the Samsung Chromebook after six months to find out. Read on!
Heads up: Google’s solving the “Office problem” by introducing in-browser native editing.
Google’s Chromebook to be stocked by Walmart and Staples in the USA; Tesco in the UK; as well as all Media Markt and Saturn stores in the Netherlands. Will you visit a local store and try one?
The mere fact that two programs, which we all love using, will be cross referencing each other is amazing. It goes to show that there is space for both in the mobile landscape, and that worlds can mesh rather than collide.
Google has given each and every single Google I/O attendee this year their own Chromebook Pixel to take home. And quote-unquote real OS or not, it’s still a brand new $1,300 laptop.
With the Chrome browser teetering on taking the browser throne outright, and Chromebooks gaining in popularity daily, it’s time we take a look at what’s happening with Google’s baby. There is a lot going on with Chrome, as always, and I/O may give us a glimpse into what’s next.
If you love Chrome, this is a must read!
These reports about Chromebook usage persist, so the question now is whether or not they’re accurate, especially considering the current state of technology. More to the point, if those numbers, which report that Chrome OS comprises just 2/100 of 1% of web traffic, are correct… what is going on in Chromebook land?!