Though we now know the Pixel line to be Google’s high-end smartphones built by HTC, it started as a premium, in-house Chromebook. In fact, multiple Pixel products were built by Google, rather than a third-party like Nexus devices were.
Unfortunately, Google will not be building another ... Read More »
Acer has introduced the Chromebook 11 N7, a rugged Chromebook that’s designed for educational settings. The Chromebook 11 N7 meets US Military 810G standards and is notable for drop resistance up to 48 inches, a spill-resistant keyboard and a fan-less design. Coupled with long 12-hour battery life and an affordable starting price of ... Read More »
Google has an event planned for October 4, where we’ll see new devices debut, but before then, a new report is shedding some light on Google might have planned for next year.
According to unnamed sources speaking with Android Police, Google is hard at work on a new “laptop device” that’s codenamed “Bison” but goes ... Read More »
HP has announced another Chromebook to add to its lineup. The Chromebook 11 G5 will sit under the existing HP Chromebook 13 as a budget option, starting at a low $189.
The device features a smaller body, slimmer bezels and weighs in at just 2.51 pounds. It also has an Intel Celeron ... Read More »
Rumors and speculation regarding one major new feature coming to Chrome OS and Chromebooks have been circulating for a bit of time now, and Google has finally made it official.
During the second day of Google I/O, the company officially announced that native Android apps are arriving on Chrome OS later this year. ... Read More »
Right now, Chrome OS is technically capable of running some Android apps thanks the “App Runtime for Chrome (ARC)” project that Google implemented. For some Chrome OS users, though, that might not be enough Android app love.
Luckily for those folks, it looks like a big change is coming down the ... Read More »
Chromebooks have always been an area of interest. The concept of the Chromebook took cues from the failed wave of netbooks and went for portability and low price. But rather than pairing that with a traditionally more intensive operating system like Windows, Chromebooks were outfitted with Chrome OS, Google’s ultra-light operating system that revolves around ... Read More »
If you’ve taken a look at any of the tech blogs recently, you’ve likely seen a multitude of stories talking about the possibility of Android and Chrome OS being folded into one. The rumors have their origins in Google’s ongoing efforts to enable Android apps to ... Read More »
Chromebooks are an interesting breed that’s had trouble hitting the sweet spot of affordability and quality. The spectrum is extreme, with a number of budget Chromebooks on the left side and the incredibly high-quality and budget-breaking Read More »
After launching the first Android apps on Chrome late in 2014, Google is now making the feature available to all developers.
Google’s App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) can now be used by anyone to get Android apps up and running on Chrome, whether that’s the Chrome browser or Chrome OS. ... Read More »