Up until this point, the camera app for Chrome OS has been limited to a single camera. Namely, the camera right above your screen. And, until now, that has been all that is really needed. Chromebooks keep it simple, and a single webcam is as simple as it gets.MORE
And just like that, things can change. Just two days ago many were lamenting what appeared to be the end of the line for hopes that Google would produce another Chromebook in-house. In my previous article I shared my opinion as to why that might not be entirely true.
Apart from just a plain old gut feeling, my daily research of new devices and development have just left me with a nagging feeling that the reality is, Google will and very well may already be working on a new Chrome OS device. Check back often as I piece together my postulations.MORE
It is with a heavy heart I sit and write this article. I have long held firm to my belief that Google, in their traditional, eccentric manner, has been planning the emergence of a new Pixel Chromebook to market to the masses. From last years mysterious job posting for a Chromebook Pixel engineer to my resolve that another Pixel device is already in development, I have anticipated a new Chromebook Pixel to grace us with its presence at some point in time.MORE
Google’s Material Design movement continues to evolve across platforms and Chrome OS is no exception. If you’re not familiar with Material Design, it is a Google-created design language based on the characteristics of real paper and ink.
The project is way more in-depth that just a face lift for mobile apps and web products. The intention is to create a unified design platform that implements a specific set of guidelines for developers creating product for Google’s ecosystem.MORE
Google is no stranger to storefront marketing for their products. In the past few years they have attempted a number of different brick and mortar shops to highlight products powered and branded by Google.
Last week a “pop-up” shop showed up in New York City. The elegant space is designed to allow users to experience Google’s new products in a real-life environment. No products are actually for sale at the swanky new shop, but it is clear that Google is making a move to get a real foothold in the consumer tech market.MORE