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Google hasn't given up on Pixel-branded premium Chromebooks. Say hello the Pixelbook Go, the company's latest Chromebook that's a very regular laptop.
While Chromebooks are compatible with USB-based docks, the experience is a bit limited and less than ideal in my experience.
Android app support completes the Chrome OS application story in many ways. But it also introduces some complexities with which you'll need to deal.
HP today announced enterprise-focused Chromebooks and a Chromebox, plus a Device as a Service (DaaS) offering.
Google has announced the release of Chrome OS 77, which adds media management notifications, Family Link improvements, and more.
Google is adding integrated support for Google Assistant to more Chromebooks with the latest version of Chrome OS.
Google is coming out with something different for its Pixelbook fans this year. The Pixelbook Go is a regular clamshell laptop, without any of the 2-n-in-1 features, that's built for portability.
Today, I discover that Chrome OS is incompatible with Thunderbolt 3. But in the good news department, even a low-end Chromebook works pretty well.
I’ve been using an Intel NUC as my primary PC for about a month, with no issues. Today, I finally added a Thunderbolt 3 dock to the system.
On day two of Living with Chromebook, I’m thinking about workflow and how moving to a new platform can screw with habit and tradition.
Chromebooks are often touted as a simpler and less expensive alternative to a Windows laptop. And that’s true, to a point.
It’s IFA this week, so Acer has unleashed a long list of new product announcements, including new Chromebooks, PCs, and displays.
Today, Lenovo announced new Chromebooks, Windows 10 PCs, and displays aimed at the consumer market.
Google’s Chromebook platform has a lot going for it. But its relatively short support lifecycle is not one of them.
Working closely in partnership with Google, Dell today announced its first-ever enterprise-focused, Latitude-branded Chromebooks.
Acer makes my favorite business-class Chromebooks, and it looks like the new Chromebook 714 will continue this trend.
The Google Play Store on Android and Chrome OS received a visual redesign this week with a new look and new navigation.
In keeping with its pledge to keep Chrome OS users better informed about the updates it supplies, Google today discussed Chrome OS 76.
While Google has always been pretty transparent about Chrome updates, it’s been less so about Chrome OS. That’s changing.
Few probably remember this, but Nye was the host of Microsoft’s virtual launch event for Windows Millennium Edition (Me) almost 20 years ago.
A recent Wirecutter comparison of sub-$500 laptops highlights a big problem for Microsoft: There are no great Windows options.
Today, Google committed to making the delivery of its hardware products to and from customers carbon neutral by 2020.
Though the firm rarely comments on it publicly, Google is known to be plotting an Android and Chrome OS replacement codenamed Fuchsia.
Google has confirmed a new report claiming that it will not follow up its lackluster Pixel Slate. Google has exited the tablet market.
You can now write software on Chrome OS. Including, apparently, Android apps made with Flutter and Android Studio.
In October 2017, I spoke with Microsoft’s Jeff Burtoft and Aaron Gustafson about the company’s plans to bring PWAs to Windows 10.