If the title of this article made you a bit curious, I’m glad. I’ve been holding this article for some time, mainly because I just couldn’t figure out how to title it. But what I have to say needs to be said, and I wanted to get it published before what I think will happen actually happens.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
There are few Chromebooks that I’ve been as excited about as the ASUS Chromebook Flip C302. As we’ve tracked this device since its inception, holding the physical incarnation is more rewarding than I imagined.MORE
We’ve spilled much digital ink about Samsung’s upcoming Chromebook Plus and Pro. From uncovering early commits to breaking the actual Pro name via leaked landing page, we’ve been on this story for a while now.
What we’ve also contended for about the same amount of time is just how important this device will be for Chromebooks and Chrome OS in 2017.MORE
So, we’re sitting in the office this morning discussing the unfortunate state of Chromebook availability in the U.K. and other countries. The reasons for limited release of new devices vary greatly and have become the root of much disdain for manufacturers who continue to focus their efforts primarily on the U.S. market.MORE