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The LAUSD is officially putting a stop to a program that was set to purchase an eventual 1.3 billion dollars worth of iPads and distribute them to all the students in the district.
At the Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., Microsoft announced their strategy to go head-to-head with Chromebooks -- but the strategy is all too familiar.
Google announced this week it will extend its minimal support for devices that run ChromeOS, like Chromebooks and Chromeboxes, another year, giving them a total of five years of updates.
LG has announced that its all-in-one Chromebase PC, the first such product with Google's ChromeOS, will launch May 26 via several retailers in the U.S for the price of $349.99.
Google is taking a page out of Microsoft's "Scroogled" book with a new blog post stating that the end of support for Windows XP is a good excuse for businesses to buy Chromebooks instead.
Google and VMWare jointly announced plans to offer owners of Chromebooks a way to remotely access Windows-based desktops via the Horizon Desktop as a Service program.
The 2014 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show gets underway next week in Las Vegas, and we have a quick look at the products and trends that might get the most attention during the event.
A new report from the NPD Group claims that from January to November 2013 sales of Chromebooks took up 21 percent of all commercial notebook sales in the U.S.
Google, a nearly impenetrable force in the search market, is now starting to make waves in the OS market too. But should Microsoft be concerned about Google's lightweight, Internet-dependent OS?
Lenovo is rumored to be releasing several new laptops that run Google's Chrome OS and they could be arriving this May. If true, should Microsoft be concerned at this move?
A recent update to the developer version of Google's Chrome OS finally adds multi-monitor support, allowing Chromebooks to extend their monitors to another device.
Following the lead of Apple and Microsoft, Google has started its own Chrome Zone, a "shop within a shop" inside a London retail store in order to sell its Chromebook notebooks.
The first laptops that are based on Google's Chrome operating system are now available for sale via PC makers like Samsung and Acer. However those first generation Chromebooks have Intel's low powered Atom-based processors inside....