Google today announced the Pixelbook Go, a 2.3-pound laptop that's sort of meant to be a successor to the original, two-year-old Pixelbook. It's a clamshell laptop though, but it's pretty cool.
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A recent FCC filing points to a possible successor to Google's 2-in-1 laptop running Chrome OS. The FCC ID bears resemblances to older Google devices and is filed by a laptop manufacturing company.
It looks like Google will no longer be producing tablets. According to a spokesperson for the firm, the company will abandon the form factor and will instead focus its efforts on laptops.
The Google Store is offering big discounts on a range of its products in several countries. The Google Home Mini has been reduced to one of its lowest prices ever making it even more enticing.
A new report suggests that Google will now launch its upcoming Pixel handsets on October 9 instead of October 4. The firm is also expected to announce a new Pixelbook, a smartwatch, and more.
There has been a lot leaked regarding Google's next Pixel phones but there hasn't been much regarding its upcoming Pixelbook. New information could indicate how the next Pixelbook will shape up.
Code spotted in the latest Google app SDK hints at a 'Pixel Stand' wireless charging device that doubles up as a dock for the Pixel devices. It may be launched along with the Pixel phones in the fall.
As per the leaks by Evan Blass, Google could be launching a second-generation of the Pixelbook with smaller bezels along with the Pixel 3 devices that are being launched this fall.
Google is reportedly working on more than one smartwatch if reports are to be believed. The company wants to go head to head with Apple in the wearables space with its own offerings that run Wear OS.
Google source code suggests that the web giant may be making it possible to boot Windows from the Pixelbook natively. The work may also allow developers to boot Fuchsia OS up more easily.
Prototyping is an art form the public doesn't get to see too often. Google has opened up a bit on the process, with designer Ivy Ross offering her thoughts and design choices for various products.
Google has been working on their mysterious operating system called Fuchsia for quite some time now. The OS is now able to be installed on Pixelbook laptops and other selected devices.
Google is offering a six month Netflix subscription for free to owners of the Google Pixelbook, Samsung's Chromebook Plus, and the Chromebook Pro. The offer is available until the end of this year.
Google today announced the Pixelbook, the company's first 2-in-1 running Chrome OS. The device will feature high performance, a pen and integration with Google Assistant and the new Pixel phones.
Google's product event this year will be on Wednesday, October 4, and you can watch the breaking news via the live stream here on Neowin. New smartphones and a new laptop are expected to be revealed.
With less than a day to go before Google's event, a reseller listing has now revealed the specifications for the Google Pixelbook, the Palo Alto giant's successor to the Chromebook Pixel.
Hot on the heels of Apple and Amazon, Google will likely unveil several new products at an event in San Francisco, highlighted by the Pixel 2. But that probably won't be the only thing up its sleeve.
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.