Along with a ton of other fun stuff detailed at Google I/O last week, a tasty update for both VR and AR efforts from Google looks to bring the goodness of Chrome into both of those experiences.MORE
“We Know Chrome”
A tagline that CTL takes very seriously. The Portland based hardware manufacturer may not ring a bell, but they have been in the business of making PCs, laptops, displays and more since the late 80’s. In 2015 CTL entered the Chromebook market with their enterprise-focused model and since that time have become one of the strongest players in educational Chrome device arena.MORE
We’ve written about this ‘feature’ at Chrome Unboxed a few times and the responses are always polarized: love and hate. If you are unsure what I’m talking about, you can read more about it here. In a nutshell, Chromecast and Chromecast Audio sessions put a notification on any Android device on the shared network.MORE
Since the inception of the website side of Chrome Unboxed nearly one year ago, Gabriel and I have encountered and learned so much while running this site. The growth of the fan and reader base has been amazing to watch and we are so grateful to all of you who have been a part of that.
There’s always been this lingering desire, however, and that’s what we want to address today.MORE
It’s no secret that the Samsung Chromebook Pro will soon be out in the wild. The premature Amazon listing gave us a release date of May 28th which was then confirmed by Dieter Bohn of The Verge last Thursday. In all of this, Samsung themselves have been very quiet on the whole subject, until Friday that is. MORE