Google launched the Pixelbook alongside its 2017 Pixel smartphones in October last year. The Pixelbook is the most advanced and expensive laptop running Google's Chrome OS yet. One of the major features of the Pixelbook is its 12.3-inch LCD display with a resolution of 2400 x 1600 pixels. But what if you are not pleased
Google has announced first Chrome OS based tablet as Apple prepares to launch a cheaper version of iPad aimed at the education market. Google and its Chrome-OS based devices are the leader in US education market and with the new Chrome OS tablet, the search giant does not want to lose its grip. The Acer
Apple will introduce new low-cost iPad and software crafted for education next week. The company sent media invites for an education event at Lane Technical College Prep High School in Chicago last week. The announcement will bring Apple back into the education segment, where rivals Google and Microsoft have created an enormous lead. According to
Acer Chromebook Spin 11 was not the only product the company showcased at Bett Show in London. Acer is also expected to launch world s first tablet running Google s Chrome OS. While the launch date of the tablet is not yet known, the tablet was spotted at the same event in London. Twitter Alister
Google is likely to release an update for Chrome Operating System (OS) that will enable the users to run Android apps smoothly in the background -- a feature that is currently missing on the platform, creating issues for heavy multi-taskers on the desktop. Chrome 64 or Chrome (64-bit) is the latest version of the web
Google is delivering on its promise to get rid of Chrome Apps on Windows, Mac and Linux. The search giant has announced that it is shutting down the Chrome Web Store section in order to push Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) that can be installed on the desktop. Google says it plans to ship the PWAs
Earlier this year, Google promised that all Chromebooks launched this year onwards will support Android apps, and now the company appears to fulfill that. Until now, Google offered support for Play Store only in Chrome OS Beta Channel. However, starting today, three Chromebook models running stable version of Chrome OS will also be able to access the app store.
Google I/O 2016 is proving to be an interesting one with a lot of key announcements taking place. Being a developer conference, the post-keynote sessions for developers offer them an early glimpse at what Google has been working on. And this also includes something that wasn t announced at the keynote. One of the developer session lined up for today goes with the title Bring your Android app to Chrome OS, 9TO5Google reports. This could be a good enough hint at much rumored and highly anticipated developments on the Chrome OS front.
Google recently unveiled its Pixel C tablet running Android operating system.
Google Chrome OS has been developed on the Chrome browser which has become hugely popular and successful. Google, which has also made the OS capable of running Android apps and games, recently launched three Chromebooks (laptops that run on the Chrome OS) made by three different manufacturers in India targeted at different segments of consumers with attractive price tags. Here's a peek under the hood of Xolo Chromebook, priced at Rs.12,999.
Google India on Friday launched a range of new and affordable Chromebooks and Chromebox targeted at education and businesses.
Google has come up with a new tool that will let users run Android apps on Windows, OSX and Linux machines. This new tool will expand the horizon for Android apps as they can be run across multiple operating systems. Arc Welder, the new app that will make this happen, will require the user to run Google Chrome browser through which one can access the Android apps.
In addition to the new cheap Chromebooks and the Chromebook Flip, Google also took the wraps off the Chromebit. It is essentially a Chromebook crammed in a dongle.
In an attempt to tempt customers to buy Chromebooks, Google is now offering a terabyte of Drive storage worth $240 (Rs 15,000) for free for two years, it announced last night.
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.
Google has reportedly announced a whopping 2.7 million dollars bounty if security experts are able to hack its Chrome browser-based OS at the Pwnium 4 hacking contest.
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.
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.
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.