According to a very reliable inside source, we’ve learned that highly-upgraded versions of two popular Chromebooks are coming. There are some caveats that apply, but these devices most certainly exist and could see the light of day in the not-too-distant future.
We’ve stumbled across a commit in the Chromium repositories that signaled continuing work on a much-needed Chrome OS feature: split-screen apps in tablet mode. Along with apps running in the background for Chromebooks, this simple feature isn’t just a desired attribute: it is expected.
When it comes to product support, Google’s go-to line of defense is generally the Google Help pages and the volunteer-driven product forums. From Google Chrome to YouTube and everything in between, […]
The Google PixelBook is now a real thing and in just a few short weeks the #madebygoogle Chromebook will be gracing the homes of countless users. As with any high-end […]
Ocotber 4th has come and gone and with it, Google’s second annual hardware showcase has graced us with a sack full of new goodies to talk about, review and marvel […]
Sure, we may be smack-dab in the middle of all of Google’s latest hardware news, including the latest Belle of the Ball Pixelbook, but that doesn’t mean the rest of […]
Just a couple of hours after the official unveiling, Google’s new PixelBook Chromebook is up for pre-sale. Not only can you place your order at the Google Store but both […]
As expected, Google just announced the release of the PixelBook. The next generation Chromebook from Google didn’t bring with it too many surprises but we were pleased to learn that […]
Looking for a spot to watch Google’s Pixel launch on Wednesday? We’ve got you covered. Bookmark this page and join us live from the SFJAZZ Center October 4th as Google […]