HP’s glitzy new Chromebooks are pen supporting convertibles for $359
HP has launched two new Chromebooks to follow up to its critically acclaimed HP x360 which launched a while ago. These new ones slot into the same family of devices, although they’ll come with a range of sizes and prices to ...
Google rolls out Chrome OS 77 with expanded Google Assistant availability
Google has announced the release of Chrome OS 77 to Chromebooks this week. The focus of this update is on the Google Assistant, Google’s Siri competitor (technically Cortana ‘s as well if you count her — but no o...
Latest Chromebook advertisement features Bill Nye using science to convince users to switch to ChromeOS
Google has released a new advertisement featuring Bill Nye aka, The Science Guy. The advertisement focusing on Google’s long battle to make users adopt ChromeOS and the company is using science to prove why ChromeOS is bette...
Google tests giving Chrome OS its own separate settings app
It sounds weird to say, but Chrome OS doesn’t have its own discrete settings app. Rather, even since its inception. Google had merged settings for the Chrome browser along with settings for Chromebooks. So you’d pick y...
Chrome OS will soon support Microsoft OneDrive and other third-party cloud storage apps
Google is working on enabling support for OneDrive and other third-party cloud storage apps on ChromeOS. The company has been working on improving ChromeOS for a while now and it soon will support third-party cloud storage service...
A new 12.3 inch detachable Chromebook built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon platform is on the way
Googles ChromeOS platform continues to grow as more features and devices are added to it. Now, a new Chromebook has been spotted, codenamed cheza, this is the first Chromebook that will run on the Snapdragon 845. Now, while ARM Ch...
Google’s Pixelbook might soon become Windows 10 certified
Earlier reports indicated that Google might soon let users run Windows on ChromeOS PCs like the Pixelbook with its AltOS program, and now another report provides support for that hypothesis. Commits in Chromium codebase have confi...
Following Microsoft’s lead, Google makes it easy to run Linux apps on ChromeOS
Via the Windows Subsystem for Linux Microsoft has been making it easy for developers to use their Linux tools to stay productive on Windows. Now, at their Google IO conference, Google has announced an initiative to do the same on ...
Google is adding a dark theme to ChromeOS
A dark theme is a feature users on multiple OSes have wanted ever since Windows phone debuted with its lovely dark UI, and before then, Google was rumoured to be adopting a dark theme in Android P, but has recently backed down fr...