Samsung claims that the Galaxy Chromebook is the sleekest Chromebook ever released.
Chrome’s dark mode is currently not ready as there appears to be just one option for darkening.
The new Chromecast comes with a SoC that is 15% faster when compared to the chip on the 2015 model.
Google's first Chrome operating system (OS) based tablet may support dual-booting Windows 10.
The Pixelbook is certainly a lovely device, and its hardware will put many Ultrabooks to shame.
Google IO 2018: Android P, WearOS, new Chromecast and other things to expect at Google’s annual developer event
Year after year, Google’s annual developer-centric event, seems to get interesting enough for the general consumer to tune in and Google IO 2018 is no different.
This unveiling will possibly be alongside the much anticipated Pixel 2 smartphone and a new Laptop being showcased by Google says the report.
The Chromebook was rigorously tested to ensure it can easily withstand the physical stress of use in education environments.
Microsoft Corp's announcement of a suite of new education products on Tuesday shows the company's determination to reverse a major shift that has taken place in U.S. classrooms in recent years.
Microsoft will attempt to take on Google’s ChromeOS with a stripped down, cloud-first OS of its own.
Rumours are surfacing regarding an upcoming Google OS called Andromeda. These same rumours suggest that the OS will reside alongside ChromeOS and Android and that it will be designed for laptop-like devices.
Multiple sources indicate that Google is working on integrating the Play Store into ChromeOS
Neonode’s AirBar brings touch-screen functionality to any device in an elegant and cost-effective package. It’s a simple USB device that sits near the bottom of your laptop’s screen, bathing it in a grid of invisible, infra-red light. The device will let you use gestures, navigate menus and all the other touch-screen goodness that we’ve come to expect from a modern computing device.
"It's worse than stupidity," says Free Software Foundation founder Richard Stallman