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
If you’ve been online at all today, you’ve surely seen Samsung’s latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S8. It is beautiful and Samsung is doing a few interesting things with it, including a desktop dock called DeX.MORE
According to the Chrome Releases blog, when Chrome OS 57 rolled out, PIN Unlock became a thing on all Chromebooks.
The only problem? It is a bit tough to find.MORE
It seems like only yesterday the excitement surrounding the leaked Samsung Chromebook Pro/Plus was at its peak and the future of Chrome OS devices opened the door to a new generation of Chromebooks. We’ve covered a lot of ground as it pertains new and upcoming devices and as the newness begins to wear off the Samsung and the ASUS C302 I thought it would be a good time to look back and get hyped again at all the yet-to-be released Chrome devices that are on the way.MORE
If you’re like myself or Robby, Google’s End of Life policy for Chromebooks never really crosses your mind. We try out new devices all the time and switch our daily work setups more often than you can imagine. We can’t help it. We’re finicky, we love tech and are always anxious to try out something new.
For others, especially those in charge of hundreds or thousands of devices in educational institutions, the longevity of device updates can play a major role in deciding where budgets get allocated. MORE