Daniel sent some pictures today. Screenshots from the latest Chromium OS build. So, as of today, this is how Chromium OS login screen and UI looks like.Â DefinitelyÂ more polished and stylish. Professional ? That’s something everyone here still debating on ! Have Â a look and let us all know what you think of it. Click on […]
Archive for Chromebooks
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.
If there is anyone here who wants to build something on Chrome’s new touch UI, I have a good news for you. A newÂ extensionÂ API has been added for “Handwriting” support. Read on for more. “Add 2 Extension APIs for handwriting: experimental.input.sendHandritingStroke and cancelHandWriting” is what I found in the Chromium code base today. Do […]
Here is another video from a company who used Chrome OS as part of the pilot program. Looks like they are all happy 🙂 What are your thoughts ?
A few hours back, Chrome OS team pushed a new set of default avatar set to Chromium Code. Well, this is not a completely new set of icons. Remember those icons I posted about couple of weeks back ? It looked like artwork from a school kid right ? this new set have same images, […]
This is a video post :-). First up is the official video of Samsung’s Series 5 Chromebook. Thanks toÂ Marco for sending this in. You can checkout the official press release documents here. Samsung’s official page for Chromebook is live here. Next, hands on video from laptopmag. Now, Did you find any other interesting video of […]
The story so far : Soon after Google made Chromium OS source code available, Engadget got one copy working on a Dell Mini. There was one thing missing, Wifi support because the wifi card used by dell ( broadcom ) required drivers that are not included in Chromium OS. Using Google Chrome on Android? I’ve got […]
Soon after the keynote on second day of Google IO 2011, Google Chrome team answered questions for the press gathered there. Here is the full video of the Q&A session.
Chromoting or Remoting on Chrome and Chrome OS is something that we have been waiting for a long time now. I am pretty sure that Google was testing this internally for some time now. But looks like its possible for us commoners to test this now ! Enabling Remoting on Chrome and Chrome OS The […]
Consider these things. Google has many schools and colleges using their Google Apps suit for education. They gave free CR48 laptops to schools.Â For Chromebooks, Google has aÂ subscriptionÂ mode for EducationalÂ InstitutionsÂ starting at $20 per month per user, a bit cheaper than their plan for businesses users. Why do they focus on them so much ? Watch this […]
Day 2 of Google IO 2011 was the day Google wrote something new in the history of computing. But it was also the day where they gave us a view in to the future of Chrome, Chrome OS and Chromebooks. Let’s look at how things are taking shape for us and our relation with Chrome. […]