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?
Acer has now announced plans for a touch-driven Chromebase, which will be arriving sometime this summer and is powered by a Tegra K1 CPU.
In order to make testing out Android apps on Chrome easier than ever, Google has now release a new tool called ARC Welder.
Acer has unveiled their new Chromebook 15, a 1080p Chromebook with an Intel Core i3 processor. Multiple variants will be available with a starting price in proper Chromebook territory.
Google’s wireless Smart Lock feature still hasn’t found its way onto Chromebooks yet, but the option can be enabled through Chrome OS’s Dev channel.
Chrome APK Packager is a convenient way to produce Chrome ARChon Custom Runtime packages, allowing users to run Android apps through any Chrome browser.
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!