Go with me for a minute. If you haven’t seen the brilliant move by Google’s hardware team, let’s cover that quickly. In the last few days, the leak train began with the Pixel 4. First there were renders, then there were case models (the metal slabs provided to case makers ahead of time for them […]
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What a difference three years can make. In 2016, Google announced the addition of Android Apps to Chrome OS. While the path has been a long, frustrating one for many users, Google has doubled down on their once-fledgling desktop OS by continuing to encourage developers to create apps with Chromebooks and larger screens in mind. […]
It was just last week we reported a new video being added to the ongoing bug tracker development of virtual desks on Chrome OS. Prior to that update, it had been months since we’d seen one of these juicy videos from the Chromium Bug Tracker regarding this much-anticipated new feature. For review, the virtual desktop […]
Last week, we saw Acer unveil the first Chromebook to ever equip a numeric keypad (and only the second to implement a fingerprint scanner). While we anticipated more devices to come with the productivity-focused keyboard, it was quite a surprise when HP announced their own 15.6″ device a mere week later. So, without further ado, […]
As noted in the article and video, it has come to our attention that the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 on Amazon is a different model than what we’ve reviewed on our site and YouTube channel. Please read this article and be sure you fully understand what you are purchasing! We’ve said it before and we’ll […]
There are plenty of users who leverage Chrome’s Incognito mode on a daily basis, but for many people, Incognito Mode isn’t nearly as secure or private as you would think. As a matter of fact, lots of websites can still leverage cookies while you are on the site and track you as long as the […]
Flagship, high-end Chromebooks come through our office with high regularity. We love them and we love getting to try all the latest, greatest hardware on offer from various, well-known manufacturers.
PWAs (Progressive Web Apps) have been around for quite some time, but at Google’s Chrome Developers Summit back in November, functionality for support of PWAs across the board was kicked into overdrive. This uptick in available technologies doesn’t mean we’re now flooded with new PWAs everywhere we look: it simply means that the doors are […]
We don’t get the opportunity to do versus videos as often as I’d like, but we’re ready to try and change that in the coming months. The truth is, with review units it is pretty difficult to catch two interesting devices in the office at the same time. Right now we have quite a few […]
Sure, the $1649 Core i7 Pixelbook with its half terabyte of NVMe storage is probably overkill for like ninety-nine percent of Chrome OS natives. Still, sometimes wants outweigh needs and who wouldn’t want the maxed out Google Chromebook. While there are a handful of newer devices on the market that offer more powerful processors, we […]
Nearly six months after Google’s most recent hardware event in NY, we’re all still sitting here scratching our heads and asking “where is the Pixelbook 2?” By now, I’m sure many have abandoned hope that a refresh of Google’s flagship Chromebook is even going to happen. To you I would say, there is still hope. […]
Chances are, you’ve heard of the website Rakuten. Lately, the world-wide e-commerce company has saturated the airwaves with commercials featuring cash kiosks where real people win real money for pronouncing the Japanese company’s name correctly. The campaign is pretty catchy and it has brought the online marketplace to the forefront of the U.S. consumer arena.