Leaked information and images of an upcoming convertible allegedly called "Pixelbook" have emerged online and the device is expected to launch on October 4 at Google's hardware event.
Acer has revealed today at IFA an updated version of its Chromebook 15 laptop, which now has an aluminum design and support for Android apps. Its specifications can be customized by the buyer.
Google is working on a new touch-friendly launcher for Chrome OS that has an app drawer and search box similar to Android, to accompany the many touch-enabled Chromebooks that are hitting the market.
With the growing popularity of Chromebooks in education and businesses, Microsoft has released two new attack ads to convince customers to stick with its own Windows 10 operating system.
Google has reportedly stopped the development of a rumoured new OS called Andromeda, which was expected to serve as an amalgamation of its existing Chrome OS and Android operating systems.
Following in the footsteps of other operating systems such as Windows 10, macOS, and iOS, it appears that an official blue light reduction mode has made its way into the latest Chrome OS Canary build.
The vice-president of Google's G Suite has commented on Microsoft's announcement of Windows 10 S, saying that he was happy to see a "validation" of the approach that Google had already adopted.
Microsoft's spring event has its own codename - 'Bespin', after the fictional Star Wars planet, home to Cloud City - and Windows 10 Cloud is likely to be the key focus... perhaps with a device or two.
It appears that the Chromebook Pixel line is not dead after all. Google's Senior VP of Hardware has tweeted that it would still live on but provided no official word on a new product release.
At Mobile World Congress 2017, Google revealed that it is not planning to launch any new Pixel laptops in the future and suggested that the brand will live on through other products.
The Samsung-built Google Chromebook Plus with S-Pen became available to pre-order at Samsung, Amazon, and Best Buy on Feb 15. It's now available at the Google Store and includes $20 Play Store credit.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus is now available for pre-order on several websites for a hefty price. The Amazon product page suggests a springtime launch for the hybrid 12.3-inch computer.
Dell has expanded its Chromebook and Latitude lineup with six new devices across the series, which will empower students and educators to learn and collaborate in and out of the classroom.
Best Buy has listed a new convertible Samsung Chromebook with touchscreen and stylus-ready, in a seemingly undesired leak. If confirmed, it may be a push for touchscreen-enabled Chrome OS devices.
If you've been looking for a Chromebook, the latest from ASUS might be the perfect option for you. The C302CA-DHM4 has an Intel Core M3, 4GB RAM and comes in a convertible design with touchscreen.
Samsung's upcoming high end "Chromebook Pro" has leaked online ahead of release. The device sports a 12.3-inch rotatable display, a stylus, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and 10 hours of battery life.
Google has released Android app support to the stable channel for the Chrome OS running on the Chromebook Pixel 2; other Chromebooks should receive the same in the near future.
Recent updates to the Chromium software project suggest impending support for fingerprint or other bio-metric authentication, such as facial recognition. Now we just need the hardware.
Microsoft today announced that Skype will be coming back to Linux, offering an Alpha build of the new app. The company also announced Skype calling from Chrome for Linux and Chromebooks.
HP is continuing the expansion of its Chromebook lineup with the Chromebook 11 G5, a Chrome OS laptop that is ready for Android apps and can work for 12.5 hours on a charge.
Android apps are finally starting to show up on Chrome OS as Google had announced at I/O. You can try them out today provided you've got some specific devices and are willing to deal with an alpha OS.
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Google's Chromebooks are quite popular in the education sector in the US, and now it seems that the devices have apparently outsold Apple's MacBook lineup in the country for the first time.
Yesterday, Google confirmed its plans to bring Android apps and the Play Store to Chrome OS. Today came the formal announcement, including details of implementation and devices that will be supported.
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After departing from Lenovo recently, former Motorola president Rick Osterloh is now returning to Google to take charge of the company's unified hardware division as a Senior Vice President.
Google is preparing to offer "over a million apps and games on Google Play to install and use on your Chromebook", and we're likely to find out more at its I/O developer conference next month.
Google has updated its Chrome Rewards program with a $100K prize, up from $50K for hackers who can compromise a Chromebook or Chromebox remotely in Guest Mode.
Announced a month ago, Acer has officially launched the Windows 10 equivalent of Google's Chromebooks, coming in at jut $169 and running full Windows 10.
After launching earlier this month in the US and UK, Microsoft's new Skype for Web (Beta) is available around the world from today, and now supports instant messaging for Chromebook and Linux users.
A few days ago it was rumored that MediaTek might be entering the Google Chromebook scene, and now a 10 minute video has been released of a Chromebook running on a MediaTek MT8173 SoC.
Chromebook sales are predicted to grow 27% this year - but last year's sales figures reveal that just 1% of Chromebook purchases were made by business customers in the US and EMEA regions in 2014.
Google was recently awarded a patent that makes use of the trackpad for inserting spaces using taps made in the spacebar area, effectively increasing the size of the trackpad on smaller keyboards.
Following the launch of the Neowin Deals store, we're happy to celebrate the occasion by giving away a Chromebook Pixel worth $1000 to one lucky reader; multiple entry options are available.
The Google Store is the new home for the company's latest and greatest devices, which have now been removed from its Play Store - but it seems that its Nexus 5 has finally reached the end of the road.
It's been two years since Google launched its high-end Chromebook Pixel, a $1300 Chrome OS laptop with a 13-inch touchscreen - and the company has now confirmed that a new model is on the way.
This week saw devastating Azure outages, lot's of Black Friday deals and plenty of Windows 10 news which included a kernel change in our in-depth tech roundup of the week.
Thinking of buying a Chromebook during this holiday season? Google is offering an amazing promotion through which you'll be able to save almost $240 by getting 1TB of Google Drive storage free.
In an effort to combat software availability on Chromebooks, Google has joined forces with Adobe to start providing the Photoshop suite on Chromebooks in a scheme called 'Project Photoshop Streaming.'
Samsung has confirmed that it is discontinuing sales of all laptops - including Windows notebooks and Chromebooks - in Europe, but says that it will continue to sell these devices in other markets.