Here is the newest company jumping aboard the Chrome OS ship. AMD has said that they are planning to design chips for Android and Chrome OS too. Here are some highlights from the PC World report AMD is expanding OS options as it designs chips based on x86 and ARM architecture, which run multiple OSes, […]
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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.
Here is a little piece of information you are free to be excited about. Chrome OS is getting support for NFC. François Beaufort reports that the Chrome team has started working on this new feature and the source available is already available here. NFC? If you have never heard of NFC, here is a little intro, from […]
With recent updates, Chrome OS has added support for managing additional monitors connected to your Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. The UI is simple, and options straight forward. Let us take a look. Managing External Monitors on Chromebook Open chrome://settings/display on your Chromebook to get access to the menu where you have all the controls for external displays. You […]
I just rebooted after a development channel update for Chrome OS. I do not know if it is my eyes or the update, things are looking bright all of a sudden. Good. But it is not just the brightness that has changed. There is a bunch of cool additional things that happened with this development […]
Google announced today that Chromebooks are now available in Singapore. Or the way I see it, Chromebooks takes one more step towards me, here in India, because Singapore is the second Asian market for Chromebooks (first was Malaysia) The Samsung and HP Chromebooks are both priced at S$449 (US$356.07), while Acer’s is priced at S$369 […]