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 has added TLS/SSL support to their chrome.sockets API, this means fully secured HTTPS connections from your Android device to the Chrome extensions on your desktop.
Chrome OS has now received a new update that brings a number of changes including better window controls, launcher folders and more.
As if to prove that Chrome and Hangouts are more powerful than we give them credit for, Google today introduced the Chromebox for meetings, a system that uses powerful Chromeboxes to replace expensive teleconferencing solutions. Read on for more!
A new LG trademark filing points to the existence of as many as three upcoming LG Chrome OS-powered devices: the ChromeOne, ChromeDesk, and ChromeStation. Keep reading for more details.
The latest beta version of the Chrome web browser for Android allows web apps to be installed to the homescreen. What does this new feature mean for the future of Android and Chrome OS?
After dropping support for Windows RT, Asus will be joining the Chromebook ranks in the fourth quarter of 2013. Read on for all the info!
Chromebooks have been on a roll in the past few weeks and the momentum will continue into the second half of 2013 with shipments expected to double or even triple first half shipments. Read on for all the details!
Acer and Asus are reportedly planning on launching new Chromebooks in the second half of 2013. Is this the year Chrome OS goes mainstream? Read on to find out!
Francois Beaufort, who supplied a lot of inside information on Chromium and Chrome OS over the time, has been hired by Google as an open-source Chromium Evangelist.