Acer announced a bunch of new Chromebooks, with the list headlined by the world's first 17.3-inch ChromeOS device, new premium Intel Evo certified offerings, and a few affordable options.
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Google may be planning to bring its file-sharing feature Nearby Share to all PCs running Windows, Linux, macOS, and Chrome OS by using Google Chrome. The feature is still under development as of now.
Google and Parallels have announced that the two companies will bring Windows desktop apps to ChromeOS this fall. The virtualization technology will be natively built for running apps like Office.
Google has launched a 'Works with Chromebook' program to certify accessories that will work without any compatibility issues with Chromebook. As of now, 13 brands have signed up for the program.
HP's new Chromebook x360 is supposed to be the company's thinnest Chromebook convertible to date with its 7.5 mm thin bezel. The device will be available for pre-order from HP and Best Buy today.
Google announced the controversial decision to kill Chrome apps on every platform other than ChromeOS, but your hard work might be saved with a package that turns Chrome apps into Electron apps.
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.
Microsoft has announced it has signed Motorola Solutions to a license agreement involving their Android and Chrome OS-based devices. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Google has started ticket registration for its 2014 I/O developer conference, which will be held in San Francisco from June 25-26. Tickets will be awarded via a lottery system.
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.
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?
When Google shipped out their Cr-48 netbooks to their selected fan base, they wanted to have people hack it, but probably only to a point. Hacking the machine so that it plays nicely with both...