With the pricing of the Pixelbook being so high and so many already ready to write it off because of it, why is Google putting it in its #madebyGoogle event?
Chrome on Android is now serving up web browsing in VR. It is awesome, but there are some things you need to know about it before you dive it.
With the leak of the Google Pixelbook, there are still tons of unanswered questions out there. For one, what is Google planning with all that SSD storage?
In light of all the shell shock from yesterday’s massive leak, let’s take a closer look to see if there are any scenarios that make the Pixelbook’s high price reasonable.
Well folks, though we’ve known Google was working on an official Chromebook known as ‘Eve‘ up to this point, we’ve not seen any concrete evidence of its existence.
Though we are seeing the headphone jack becoming slowly extinct on mobile phones, it seems the useful port is safe and sound on laptops and tablets for the time being. […]
Google’s AIY project gives tinkerers a simple way to build an Assistant-powered smart speaker for only $35.
Possibly the most-anticipated follow-up of any existing Chromebook, it looks like the ASUS Flip C101 is getting very close.
When PIP showed up on Android, I thought of it as a neat trick, but nothing more. Since Android 8.0, however, I’ve found the feature quite a bit more useful than my initial reactions.