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...
Google’s Chromebooks will soon support split screen Android apps
Google’s Chromebooks will soon support split screen for Android users. While Google’s Francois Beaufort teased the feature last year, it is now available in ChromeOS Canary. Once enabled via using the chrome://flags/#...
ChromeOS will soon run Android apps in the background – just like a real PC
Google’s ChromeOS has been taking on more PC like traits in the past few months. Google finally introduced Google Play to ChromeOS after a long beta period and brought more desktop-like computing through Android apps. Howeve...
Microsoft takes back market share in the education sector with low-cost 2-in-1s as Macs and iPads fade
Despite the initial popularity of MacBooks and iPads as educational tools and Apple’s long history in the educational segment, there are some indications that Apple’s devices are no longer the preferred tool for educat...
CrossOver Android Preview brings Windows apps to Chromebooks
Codeweavers has announced that the Tech Preview of CrossOver for Android is now available, allowing ChromeOS users with Intel processors to run Windows applications on their laptops. The app uses WINE API translation technology ...
Knowing ChromeOS will not get you a job says the IDC, as Microsoft takes 43% of the education market in 2015
Google ChromeOS has a significant mind share in US, having taken 50% sales market share in the K12 education system in the US in 2015. The OS is popular because it makes it easy for schools to fulfill their online assessment requ...