While we’ve come a long way when it comes to the ability for Chromebooks to run Android apps, there are still some standard UI experiences customers expect. Especially when we talk about new consumers who’ve never used a Chromebook.
We’ve written quite a bit about the upcoming Pixelbook before it leaked, after it leaked, during the official announcement, afterward and will continue to cover it extensively for the foreseeable future. We think in many ways this device has the potential to reshape the Chrome OS ecosystem like no other before it.
As we are seeing Google roll out Google Assistant on Android TV, I have to wonder how long it will be before we see some sort of version of this for Chromecast.
A common refrain when talking about past Chromebooks made by Google is the lack of extended warranty and repair support. Google needs to fix this.
The atmosphere around the Chrome Unboxed office this week is one of excitement, anticipation, a little confusion and an overall sense that Google is up to something with the upcoming […]
Last week at IFA Berlin, a number of big players in the tech arena announced the coming of third-party home speakers with the Google Assistant baked right in. Mobvoi, Anker […]
This conversation seems to take place every couple of weeks at the office and since it has become a recurring topic around the water cooler I thought it time to […]
With the next Google Chromebook Pixel on its way, we have to wonder what all of you are willing to pay for this powerhouse Chromebook?
We routinely talk about all manner of devices around here, and it used to be the case that those devices varied in not only internal stats, but also form factor. […]