Acer announced new Swift and Spin laptops, ConceptD PCs, Chromebook, and more at a spring consumer launch event today.
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AMD this week launched a series of Chromebook-specific processors and hardware makers like Acer and HP are on board with new devices.
Those of us who have been around awhile always recoil a bit when confronted by how the personal computing industry has changed.
Is the great COVID PC sales boom finally winding down? Hardware makers sold 79.2 million PCs in Q1 2022, down 6 percent YOY.
Samsung has announced its latest convertible Chromebook, the Galaxy Chromebook 2 360, which starts at just $430.
Two weeks after it landed in the Beta channel, Microsoft has released Edge version 100 to Stable, making it available to all users.
I’ve been thinking a lot about Windows alternatives lately. And so have you, based on the questions and comments I receive.
The alpha version of Steam for Chromebooks that Google announced last week is now available on the Chrome OS Dev Channel, and it supports Windows games via the Proton compatibility layer.
After years of pushing Chrome OS on tablets, Google now claims that Android tablets are the future of computing. I’m sorry. What?
We’ve known for quite some time that Google had been working with Valve to bring Steam on Chrome OS, and an alpha version was announced yesterday at the Google for Games Developer Summit.
With MWC inexplicably underway in Barcelona, Lenovo is announcing an incredible range of new PCs, Chromebooks, and other devices.
Yesterday, Google announced the first preview of its CloudReady-based project, Chrome OS Flex. So I just had to take a quick look.
Chrome OS Flex is a free version of Chrome OS that can be installed on PCs and Macs. It could breathe new life into old PCs in schools and businesses.
The market researchers at IDC say that Chromebooks saw growth in 2021, while sales fell off a cliff in the fourth quarter because of the component crisis.
Failing again and again to make Android tablets competitive with the iPad, Google is apparently trying yet another strategy. It won’t work.
Acer this morning announced four new durable and modern Chromebooks for students and education customers.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted in favor of the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which will help curb Big Tech’s power.
PC makers sold 344.3 million PCs in 2021, a gain of 16 percent over the previous year, marking the third consecutive year of growth.
The ITC ruled today that Google cannot import phones, laptops, or speakers into the United States because they violate five Sonos patents.
It’s not just Windows: Google is also working to improve how Android integrates with Chromebooks and other devices.
In a developer-focused post, Google claims that Android app usage is up dramatically on Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today sued to block Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of chip designer Arm, citing competitive concerns.
The HP Chromebook x2 11 is an 11-inch Chrome OS tablet PC that offers an interesting blend of entertainment and productivity.
Google today revealed its favorite apps and games across phones, tablets, wearables, and Google TV from the Play Store in 2021.
If you have a Linux-capable Chromebook, you can now install Microsoft Edge for Linux and see what an Edgebook would be like.
Based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c, the HP Chromebook x2 11 is an 11-inch detachable tablet for students and other consumers.
There’s no IFA this year, but Lenovo is hosting its own Tech World 2021 virtual event and it has some exciting new hardware to announce.