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 […]
More and more details are arriving for the upcoming Chromebook known only as ‘Hatch’ at this point. We already knew it is being based on the Comet Lake 9th-gen Intel chipset and that it will have a fingerprint scanner, but today we’ve found full evidence that ‘Hatch’ will also employ a garaged stylus.
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 […]
After seeing the new Acer Chromebook 714 and 715 at Acer’s event this week, we can finally use the plural Chromebooks when talking about Chrome OS devices with fingerprint scanners. Up to last week, we’d only had the Pixel Slate as the lone Chromebook with biometric support. Now with the addition of the Acer 715 […]
Today in Brooklyn, Acer unveiled the newest Chromebooks in their growing lineup: the Chromebook 714 and 715. We were at the event and got to spend a bit of time with both devices after the crowds thinned out a bit. From those few minutes we were able to really spend with both Chromebooks, I have […]
We’re here at the Next@Acer global press event and we’re taking a quick peak at the two new Chromebooks on offer from Acer. We’ll spend some more time with them soon and get more in-depth hands-on videos at that point, but we wanted to share our initial thoughts from the keynote with you now. Enjoy!
There’s a ton of action coming out of Google’s Cloud Next 2019 event. Though we’re currently in New York covering Acer’s Global Press event, there’s so much newness coming out of Google’s cloud-centric conference that we’re forced to pay attention there as well.
For users of YouTube TV, the lack of Discovery Channel’s squad of channels has been a bit of a black eye on the service since day one. Early on, the lack of Turner’s channels like TBS, TNT, and TruTV were also an issue for prospective subscribers, but Google and Turner made a deal pretty early […]
In a not-totally-surprising move yesterday, Google hinted very strongly that another #madebyGoogle device is in the works and will be announced “down the road.” At the annual Cloud Next event, in a session titled Google Hardware For Business, a juicy hint was dropped that is making it quite clear that Google is not out of […]
Portable USB-C monitors are fantastic pieces of tech. Having a second screen on the go with no need for power or anything more than a USB-C cable is not only productivity-boosting: it is freeing. Not long ago a multi-monitor setup was relegated to a desk setup and you simply lost that extra screen real estate […]
Over the past 6 months, the tablet mode interface for Chrome OS has been on the receiving end of a ton of UI updates. From updates to split-screen to new swipe gestures, the way you navigate a Chromebook in tablet mode is vastly different than it was this time last year.
In the life of many Chromebooks and other Google software, there is a process that many new things go through known as dogfooding. Dogfooding is simply the everyday use of software and/or hardware by the very developers making and working on them. In the case of Google, dogfooders are used to test out new products […]