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Google Home Max review: Smart Sound makes the world go ’round

by Adam Molina 7 hours ago0 comments
News

Hands-on with Alcatel's new phones at MWC 2018

by Adam Molina 6 hours ago1 comments
Apps & Games

DirecTV Now vs Hulu vs PlayStation Vue vs Sling TV vs YouTube TV

by Joe Hindy 2 days ago97 comments
Features

Here’s why Google should launch a game streaming service

by John Callaham 1 day ago3 comments
8 articles

It looks like Microsoft’s Office suite is now available for all Chromebooks

After being open only to a select few Chromebooks in the past, it appears that Microsoft's Office suite can now be downloaded on them all.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 27, 2017

Chrome OS Beta getting access to the Google Play Store today

Chrome OS Beta is getting updated to version 53, bringing over a million Android apps to these three Chromebooks. But don't go crazy just yet.
by Edgar CervantesAugust 1, 2016

Google has discontinued the $999 Chromebook Pixel ($1299 model still available)

It is unclear as to if the decision is the result of market conditions, a pending product launch, or a desire to focus on the HP Chromebook 13 - which Google helped create - instead.
by Matthew BensonApril 30, 2016

Chrome OS | The Friday Debate Podcast 011

And to round out our double feature for today, we have the team back again for a round of Chrome OS talk. This past week (on April Fool’s Day, no less) we got a number ...
by Joshua VergaraApril 4, 2015

Good guy Google steps in with $150 for Pixel LTE owners shafted by Verizon

If you happen to be affected by Verizon's decision to end its two-year free LTE data program for Chromebook Pixel owners a year early, the good news is that Google is attempting to make ...
by Andrew GrushJune 24, 2014

Verizon believes that free data for “2 years” really means “1 year”

Last year,Google's LTE Chromebook Pixel went on sale from Google's Play Store for $1450. Included in this price was a "free two-year mobile broadband plan from Verizon -- 100MB per ...
by William Neilson JrJune 23, 2014

Apple drops “highest resolution” claim, because of the Pixel, of course

Apple has given up on the Macbook Pro "highest resolution" tagline on its website, with Chromebook Pixel being the possible culprit.
by Bogdan BeleMarch 27, 2013

Analyst: The Google ChromeBook Pixel’s success is measured not by sales, but by its image

At $1,299 the ChromeBook Pixel is going to be a hard sell for some, but as analyst Deron Kershaw of Gap Intelligence points out, selling massive amounts of units isn't the only measure ...
by Andrew GrushFebruary 27, 2013
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