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.
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With Google set to release the first Pixel handsets with its own in-house microprocessors, this won’t come as much of a surprise.
Microsoft will prevent Chromebook users from using the Office apps for Android, and it will push the web experiences instead.
In yet another sign of the versatility of Chrome OS, HP today announced a Chromebook tablet PC and an All-in-One (AIO) Chromebase.
CNBC reports that Google is building a five-building campus codenamed “Midpoint” that will house its hardware business.
Google has released Chrome OS 92, which supports eSIMs, bundles Google Meet, and offers other usability improvements.
The market researchers at Canalys reported this week that Chromebook sales grew an astonishing 75 percent in Q2 2021.
And not just any Chromebooks, but premium, business-class Chromebooks that speak volumes about how far this platform has come in recent years.
As expected, PC sales growth is slowing dramatically as the global pandemic winds down, with PC makers selling 77.6 million units in Q2 2021.
Opera is offering up an odd proposition: Sure, use a Chromebook. But use Opera instead of Chrome. The Android version of Opera.
HP reported net earnings of $1.2 billion on revenues of $15.9 billion in the most recent quarter, the latter of which is an all-time record.
Google said that it would open a retail store location in New York City where fans can buy Pixel phones, Nest products, Fitbit devices, and more.
A new report from Strategy Analytics claims that hardware makers sold 68.2 million notebook PCs in the first quarter, a YOY gain of 81 percent.
Canalys claims that Apple saw iPad unit sales growth of 50.3 percent in the first quarter and extended its lead in the tablet market.
A new report claims that Chromebook sales surged 275 percent in the first quarter of 2021, dramatically outpacing the PC industry.
Google has announced the release of Chrome OS 90, which brings several useful new features to Chromebook users.
One year ago, Google made Meet free to everyone to address the needs of the global pandemic. Now, it's introducing new features and a new look and feel.
After skipping out on the 2020 rendition of its annual developer show because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Google I/0 is back for 2021.
After pioneering custom silicon in previous Pixel models, Google could ship its own mobile microprocessor as soon as this year in the Pixel 6.
Google announced today that it is adding over 100 AI-powered improvements to Google Maps throughout the coming year.
The ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook Enterprise is the first Chromebook to feature AMD processors, including one designed specifically for Chrome OS.
Samsung announced today that customers can now preorder its Galaxy Chromebook 2, with prices starting at $550.
Last summer, we learned that Google was working on a Your Phone-like app for Chrome OS called Phone Hub. Now it’s ready for public testing.
A new Google proposal would see its upcoming Fuchsia platform “natively” run Android and Linux apps using a translation layer called Starnix.
Recently acquired by Google, CloudReady will no longer support Oracle VirtualBox or the Flatpak software deployment and package solution.
Researchers from Canalys claim that hardware makers sold 30.7 million Chromebooks in 2020, the platform’s best year ever.