AOpen, though not a company that many consumers are aware of, has put together a couple very interesting devices that could end up in places like your local coffee shop in the near future.MORE
AOPEN may not be a household name but chances are you’ve crossed paths with their technology and never even knew it. From digital signage and point-of-sale to desktop solutions and kiosks, AOPEN has been a mainstay in the commercial Chrome OS ecosystem. If you have ever interacted with a digital sign, or had your order taken via a touchscreen kiosk, chances are good it was an AOPEN device.MORE
Sometimes, regardless of the OS, computing devices need to be reset. The need to reset can span any range of reasons. Often times you may just want a fresh start. Other times you may find a hardware issue that requires a little nudge to overcome.MORE
The latest version of Google’s operation system has begun making its way down the pipeline for Chromebooks and Chrome OS devices. Chrome OS 55 brings with it a few new features previously seen in the Developer and Beta channels. Following the release of Chrome 55 for Android, the update for Chrome OS devices will be finding its way to yours over the next few days.
First, we will address the question most of you are asking.MORE
Around Chrome Unboxed we talk about new devices a lot. We get a little giddy every time we come across a possible new Chromebook or upcoming technology for Chrome OS.
In our never-ending search, we come across terms such as baseboard, mainboard and overlay.
But what does it all mean?MORE