Digging up hardware related scoops from the Chrome OS code is a Chrome Unboxed specialty these days, but I am giving it a try this morning. The Chromebook board Eve that our friends over at Chrome Unboxed has been tracking showed up in the code today with this commit log: eve: Add Si114x ALS sensor Added Si114x […]
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Chromebooks are simple and easy to use computers running Chrome OS, an operating system built and managed by Google. This is a futuristic platform, allowing you to get things done easy, fast and secure on the cloud.
Chromebooks are not officially available in China. If you have an already activated Chromebook, you will be able to use it, except for the blocked Google services and websites. However, activating a new Chromebook will be really difficult. Just like any other service with similar restrictions, Chinese companies are getting ready to fill this gap. […]
Google is always generous with freebies with their products, at least if you are in the USA. Most of the Chromecast users will agree with me here. Google has always bundled free 100 GB Google Drive space for two years, with every Chromebook. With Samsung Chromebook Plus (and most probably Samsung Chromebook Pro too) Google […]
Here is a fancy Chrome OS flag for you to test. I am on Canary channel, so it might take a while before it shows up for you. However, when it does show up, remember who told you first! I enabled chrome://flags/#force-enable-stylus-tools on my Chromebook and restarted it. And voila! Here is the official description of […]
The much awaited Samsung Chromebook Plus is now available for purchase. You can buy this from Samsung, Best Buy or Amazon. Samsung Best Buy Amazon (affiliate link) Samsung Chromebook Plus – Specs Screen Size 12.3 inches Max Screen Resolution 2400×1600 pixels Processor 2 GHz (hexa-core ARM) RAM 4 GB DDR3 Wireless Type 802.11 A/C Average […]