A new Google proposal would see its upcoming Fuchsia platform “natively” run Android and Linux apps using a translation layer called Starnix.
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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.
At a company-wide all-hands meeting, Microsoft executives touted the success of Teams in education while bemoaning the success of Chromebooks.
Google is rolling out Chrome OS 88 this week, adding a faster web sign-in experience and personalized lock screens to the platform.
Thanks to its processor success in 2020, AMD is the belle of the virtual CES ball this year, and the firm’s keynote address didn’t disappoint.
Intel revealed today that hardware makers sold at least 9.4 million Chromebooks in Q3 2020, good for 122 percent growth year-over-year.
Google has quietly acquired Neverware, the maker of CloudReady, a solution for bringing Chrome OS to older PCs.
The HP Elite c1030 is a modern take on an enterprise-class Chromebook convertible, and it can be had with Parallels Desktop for Windows app compatibility.
At a virtual [email protected] event today, Acer launched numerous new products, including several PCs, Chromebooks, and a new smart speaker.
Parallels Desktop is now available for Chromebook Enterprise, allowing business customers to run Windows apps directly on Chrome OS.
It sounds nonsensical, but this move parallels what Google did previously with Project Treble in Android.
Google today documented a few new features coming to Chrome OS this month, including Wi-Fi sync, a new mic slider, and more.
Looks like Microsoft may be onto something: Google is essentially making a version of its Your Phone app, but for Chrome OS.
Thanks to native emulator support, it’s possible for the first time to completely develop Android apps using just a Chromebook.
Google revealed that Chromebook sales in the U.S. grew by 127 percent in the second quarter, compared to just 40 percent for laptops.
Dell today has announced the new 14-inch Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise, which is available in laptop and 2-in-1 convertible form factors.
Microsoft announced today that Minecraft: Education Edition is now generally available for users on Chromebook.
Parallels is porting its Desktop virtualization solution to Chrome OS for Enterprise so that users can run Windows apps locally on Chromebooks.
Google today announced the release of Flutter 1.20, the next major release of its cross-platform app development framework.
Google announced today that it is launching a new feature called Nearby Share on select Pixel and Samsung devices.
Google today announced the general availability of Chrome OS 84, which adds a new Explore app, Overview mode improvements, and more.
Parallels is partnering with Google to Windows applications to business customers using Chrome Enterprise in the second half of 2020.
With its hardware business failing, Google is pulling another page from the Apple playbook. It’s not going to help.
It looks like Google has slowly started replacing certain Android apps with Progressive Web Apps in the Play Store. The change only affects two major apps for now.
Released two weeks late because of the Coronavirus, Chrome OS 81 is now available with several new features for tablet mode.
After pausing previously-planned Chrome and Chrome OS updates because of the Coronavirus, Google today revealed its new schedule.