With all the buzz about Google’s new Pixelbook, it’s been a bit since we talked about the new Chrome OS form-factors still on the horizon. Despair not. Development of detachables […]
Chrome OS Tablet
It has been almost a year to the day since we reported on the mysterious device codenamed ‘Bison’ that would bring us the equally cryptic operating system, Andromeda. Along with ‘Bison’ […]
Chromebooks with cellular capabilities aren’t a new thing. In fact, one of the oldest devices around was offered with 3G connectivity. The Samsung Chromebook Series 5 550, launched in 2012, […]
While we’ve been hearing things here and there about split-screen support for tablet mode on Chromebooks, today we are actually seeing it in action.
Google had been toying around with the idea of Android apps for Chromebooks since last year’s I/O conference in San Francisco. After a myriad of hit-and-miss trials, we finally got […]
We track upcoming Chromebooks around here. A lot. While we have a relatively firm grip on what is going on and what is coming, even we discuss boards and codenames […]
Despite the delay of the full Play Store release, for a small handful of devices the Android experience is an overall positive one. Still, if you have had the chance […]
“Early bird gets the worm.” Great words of wisdom unless you’re the “late bird.” For those of you who were quick enough to get a Samsung Chromebook Pro on pre-order, […]
Just another fine day in the world of Chrome OS. This week’s find is what appears to be the emergence of yet another Skylake-powered tablet device.