According to a TechCrunch article, Google may not be making a Chromebook Pixel 3. In a later update, the Googler who gave the information said ” we don’t have any plans to discuss at this time”. So, what is going on? During Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Google’s senior vice president for hardware Rick Osterloh told […]
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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.
Are you a Macbook Pro user enjoying the new touch bar on your keyboard? Here is one more app to add to your list to try the touch bar with, Google Chrome. The latest Canary build of Chrome comes with support for the new Macbook Pro’s touch bar. Traditionally, features move from the Canary channel […]
The new celebrity in the Chromebook town, the Samsung Chromebook Plus had a mystery processor inside. It was named OP1, a totally new name for the industry. Thanks to this great piece by The Verge’s Dieter Bohn, we now know that OP1 is a trademark owned by Google, and is assigned to processors certified for Chrome […]
Notebook Italia sent me this this note about a new Chromebook from ASUS, named “Chromebook Flip C101”. From the way it is named, this could be the real Flip 2. When the C302CA Flip came out, I strongly believed that this was the Flip 2, successor to the highly successful Flip 2 (C100) which became the […]
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 […]