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Acer C720 Review: The Chromebook The Mass Market Is Waiting For

Acer C720 Review: The Chromebook The Mass Market Is Waiting For
I’ve already taken a longer look at Google’s Chrome OS this weekend on Forbes (you can read my thoughts here). Now it’s...
Read more Feb 9 2014, 6:10pm CST
 

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If Everyone Is Buying Chromebooks, Who Is Using Them?

If Everyone Is Buying Chromebooks, Who Is Using Them?
The rise of the Chromebook has Microsoft worried, as Forbes’ Jason Evangelho explains. A recent study by the NPD Group ...
Read more Dec 30 2013, 7:41am CST
 

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Acer launches the first useful Chromebook with an Intel Core i3 CPU

Source: Extreme Tech

Intel Genevieve Bell Keynote
Acer recently announced that it will be shipping the first Chromebook featuring an Intel Core i3 processor, and it will only cost about $350. As Chrome OS and Chromebook hardware both become more capable, the more Microsoft and Apple need to worry. Combined with Intel's dogged support for Chromebooks, this latest push by Acer shows ...
Full article at: Extreme Tech 17 hours ago, 3:37pm CDT
 

Google's Threat To Microsoft, Chromebooks Are Now 21% Of Notebooks And 10% Of All Computers And Tablets

These figures rather surprised me as I jut hadn’t realised quite how much Chrome OS had penetrated the marketplace....
Read more Dec 28 2013, 10:11am CST
 

Apple and Google move computing forward in identical-yet-incompatible ways

Source: Ars Technica

"Tammy" Apple Pie Truck
Google's Sundar Pichai demonstrates a phone call on your Android phone popping up on your Chromebook. Google I attended both Apple's and Google's developer conference keynotes last month, and I experienced strong deja vu on more than one occasion. Both companies talked about design and consistency. Both companies talked about improving back-end services. And both companies talked about new initi ...
Full article at: Ars Technica 5 days ago, 6:00pm CDT
 

Android on Chrome OS: These are the apps that will kill Windows

Source: Fifth Gear

Google Hosts Its Annual I/O Developers Conference
Google’s Chromebooks are about to get even better, thanks to an Android infusion. That’s right – Google’s letting you run Android apps in Chrome OS, making your low-cost cloud-powered laptop even more of a bargain and the perfect full-fat laptop – and it could even slay Windows machines before Microsoft has a chance to strike back. How exactly? All you need are these five killer apps, and they’ll make your Chromeb ...
Full article at: Fifth Gear Jun 27 2014, 8:30am CDT
 

Google Updates Chrome OS

Google Updates Chrome OS
Chrome OS update landing soon
Read more Apr 10 2012, 2:30pm CDT
 

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Google Play for Education comes to student Chromebooks

Source: Engadget

If Google really is on a quest for global domination, as some folks loudly proclaim, then it's wisely starting its efforts in the classroom. In addition to attracting schools to its Chrome OS platform, via low-cost ...
Full article at: Engadget Jun 26 2014, 9:31am CDT
 

Google brings the marriage of Chrome OS and Android closer

Source: BetaNews

Google Hosts Its Annual I/O Developers Conference
Ever since Google released its two operating systems -- the one for computers and the one for phones and tablets -- users have talked of a merger of the two. So far that hasn't happened, and at Google I/O today it still didn't. But things got a bit cozier. The company unveiled closer integration between the two platforms, bringing phone notifications to your computer. Is your phone ringing? Your Chromeboo ...
Full article at: BetaNews Jun 25 2014, 4:17pm CDT
 

Sony Chromebook Slips through the FCC

Sony Chromebook Slips through the FCC
New Chromebook spied
Read more Mar 26 2012, 3:09pm CDT