Adobe brings ‘streaming’ Photoshop to Chrome OS, runs over a high-speed network

By on September 30, 2014 at 9:16 AM.

Adobe brings ‘streaming’ Photoshop to Chrome OS, runs over a high-speed network

The Chrome OS is a nice alternative to Windows and Mac OS X if all a user does is check emails, write and edit documents, surf the Web, watch videos, and run some Android apps. But until now, that has been all one could do on Google’s desktop operating system. More →
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Latest Chrome update is a trojan horse to bring Chrome OS to Windows 8

By on January 15, 2014 at 1:37 PM.

Latest Chrome update is a trojan horse to bring Chrome OS to Windows 8

Google has released an update for Chrome browser that brings the Chrome OS experience to Windows 8 devices. With this update, users can open the browser in Windows 8 mode that brings an app launcher like the one found on Chrome OS. This allows users to get a complete Chrome OS look and feel by opening multiple windows that can snap into place and also open Chrome web apps. More →
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LG Chromebase: World’s first all-in-one computer running on Chrome OS announced

By on December 19, 2013 at 2:58 PM.

LG Chromebase: World’s first all-in-one computer running on Chrome OS announced

Google’s minimal Chrome OS is seen working on laptops, and now it has finally made it to the desktop PCs. LG has taken the wraps off the Chromebase, the world’s first all-in-one computer to run on Chrome OS. LG will officially launch the PC at CES 2014. More →
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Google Chrome beta for Windows 8 update mimics Chrome OS

By on October 7, 2013 at 11:50 AM.

Google Chrome beta for Windows 8 update mimics Chrome OS

Google has released a new Dev Channel version of its Chrome browser for Windows 8, which looks as well as behave a lot like the Chrome OS for the platform. Interestingly, the app will now bring the Chrome OS experience within the Microsoft Windows 8 Start UI, and will also carry the ‘Metro’ look of the platform. First reported by The Verge, this update comes as an extension to the Google’s recently launched Chrome App initiative which helped users launch the Chrome apps even outside of the Chrome browser. More →
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Google’s new Chrome Apps look and function like native desktop apps

By on September 6, 2013 at 1:11 PM.

Google’s new Chrome Apps look and function like native desktop apps

Google has announced what it describes as a “new” breed of native/web apps called Chrome Apps, which are essentially web apps that are programmed to look and work like desktop apps. Chrome Apps are currently only available on Windows and the Chrome OS, with a Linux and Mac OS X version in the pipeline. More →
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Google could unveil Android 4.3 on July 24 at an event with Sundar Pichai

By on July 17, 2013 at 11:03 PM.

Google could unveil Android 4.3 on July 24 at an event with Sundar Pichai

Google has sent out invites for an event on July 24 which will be hosted by Android and Chrome OS chief Sundar Pichai. Most probably, this announcement will be regarding Android 4.3, which has sporadically surfaced randomly on numerous occasions, including just before Google I/O back in May. More →
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Google launches Blink, a forked WebKit rendering engine for Chrome and Chrome OS

By on April 4, 2013 at 11:46 AM.

Google launches Blink, a forked WebKit rendering engine for Chrome and Chrome OS

Google has announced a new rendering engine for its Chrome web browsers and Chrome OS called Blink. Blink is based on a forked version of WebKit, but architecturally and code base wise it is much simpler. Originally, Google went with WebKit for Chrome, but as the Chromium project as grown there have been complications as it is wildly different from other WebKit based browsers owing to its multi-process architecture. Now that Google has the market share, it can stand on its own with Blink, at least that’s what it hopes to achieve. More →
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Google Now integration could come soon to Windows and Chrome OS

By on March 12, 2013 at 6:54 PM.

Google Now integration could come soon to Windows and Chrome OS

Google Now is big deal for Google. It has already become very popular on Android and now it appears that it could make an appearance on Chrome OS and Windows version of Chrome after Google added a reference about the feature in the latest Chromium release. More →
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Google to release Chrome OS run touchscreen laptops in second half of the year: Report

By on February 21, 2013 at 2:24 PM.

Google to release Chrome OS run touchscreen laptops in second half of the year: Report

The rumor mill has long been buzzing about Google Inc. working on its Chrome operating system based touchscreen laptops. And if theWall Street Journal is to be believed, Google has already developed its first touchscreen laptop featuring Chrome operating system which will reportedly come to the market later this year. More →
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