Just last week we broke cover on the first detachable/tablet Chromebook, codenamed ‘Poppy’. Since then, many have weighed in on the future of tablets and detachables in the Chrome OS space.
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We are just a few weeks into 2017 and things in the Chrome OS world have been pretty crazy already. We’ve seen the ASUS Chromebook Flip and Samsung Chromebook Pro show up and already seen signs of detachables on the horizon.
Games like Zelda: Breath of the Wild are all the rage these days. Visually speaking, it’s the epitome of cel-shading with vibrant, poppy colors. Windbound seems to be the latest entry into that style and in its announcement trailer it was subtly shown to be on its way to Stadia! Their website mentions nothing of […]
As I said in my initial observations of the game, I’ve been waiting for a firefighting game to come to the market for a long time. Since I was a kid, in fact. What I didn’t realize until writing this review was that there have been many since that I either missed or deemed not […]
Google once again made waves yesterday as they bucked convention and decided to release more info about the Pixel 4 prior to the official launch of the device in the coming months. While this move feels a bit odd in the current climate of attempted secrecy by manufacturers and leaks left and right by the […]
We’ve talked about ‘Atlas’ for what feels almost like an eternity around here. As a device that began showing up in development alongside the Pixel Slate (‘Nocturne’ back then), we are beyond long-in-the-tooth at this point as we continue waiting and speculating about exactly what ‘Atlas’ is and when we’ll finally see it actually come […]
Back in August of 2018, a few stories went around stating that Google was working on a facial recognition feature for Chromebooks and, to be perfectly honest, I couldn’t find any real evidence at the time pointing to anything beyond facial recognition for cameras. After all, modern mobile cameras use facial recognition all the time, […]
Similar to last year’s pre-October-4th timeline, details are bubbling up left and right surrounding the newest Chromebook to grab the public’s attention: ‘Nocturne’. Some of these details we’re sharing today were unearthed a couple weeks ago by the folks over at XDA, but they somehow slipped past my radar. In combination to what we’ve seen […]
Just a few days ago news broke that a very credible source (Evan Blass: @evleaks) had it on good authority that we’ll see a followup to the Pixelbook at this year’s Google hardware event, likely on October 4th. Obviously, we’re quite excited about an update to the Pixelbook as it is, in my opinion, the […]
I was going through my morning routine of coffee and Chromium repository surfing when I stumbled across a new board overlay that was added just a few days ago. At first glance, the new Chromebook, code-named ‘Rammus’, appeared to be yet-another Kaby Lake device to add to the ever-growing list. For the most part, that […]
The Chromebook known simply as ‘Atlas’ is making waves this week as it may be the first Chrome OS device to sport a true 4K resolution display. We were sitting around the office this morning kicking around ideas of what the application for such a pixel-dense display could be on a form-factor as small as […]
2018 could be shaping up to be a monumental year for the world of Chrome OS. Google’s Pixelbook has laid the foundation for a new generation of Chromebooks and the flagship device is just the tip of the iceberg. Tablets, a long-awaited Chromebox and even detachable Chromebooks could soon be the latest and greatest devices […]