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!
The new Lenovo N20 and N20p will be available this summer for $279 and $329 respectively, as the company’s first Chromebooks that are generally available to consumers.
Amid speculation of an incoming Chrome OS tablet, Google updated today its cloud-based operating system with an on-screen keyboard and several other features.
As almost all categories of personal computer sales experienced a decline in 2013, one category experienced growth, Chromebooks, powered by Google’s Chrome OS.
It’s April 1st, meaning that we all have to be extra careful about the “news” we share or – the horror – blog about. Here’s a roundup of pranks tech companies have been pulling this April Fool’s.
The ASUS Chromebox is priced at $179 and is now available for pre-order from several US retailers. The Chrome OS powered device will be shipping out on 14th March.
Google and virtualization provider VMWare announced a partnership that would allow Chromebooks to run Windows apps via the cloud.
The latest stable release of Chrome for Windows 8 introduces a redesigned ‘modern/metro mode’ that effectively brings Chrome OS to Windows 8’s Start Screen UI.