Back in May of this year, Google launched a major update to their classroom-oriented Expeditions platform that added Augmented Reality to the VR learning program. Being that Chrome OS has become so widespread in the education sector, it was no surprise when Android Police uncovered the addition of ARCore support to a Chromebook. Specifically, the […]
Back in January, premium pencil-maker Staedtler teamed up with Google at the annual BETT show in London to show off their first stylus designed with Chromebooks in mind. The Noris Digital stylus sports the look and feel of a real No. 2 pencil and uses EMR technology to create a cost-effective stylus that’s a perfect […]
CTL is at it again with yet-another Chrome device headed to the market. The Oregon-based ed-tech company will be unveiling the latest in their line of ultra-rugged NL-series of Chromebooks for Education at the annual ISTE (Internation Science and Technology in Education) in Chicago next week. The NL7X Chromebook is, in essence, a clone of […]
In January of this year, Neverware brought their CloudReady platform to BETT in London and offered up to users the opportunity to have the Chromium OS-based software installed on an old device. The goal behind the collaboration with Google is to give life to old devices that would otherwise find themselves purposeless and banished to […]
Last July, we uncovered an obscure commit that referenced a new Chromebook feature simply called “off hours.” After some research, I found that this was being developed as a method to remove restrictions on managed devices during specific hours that could be set and managed via Chrome’s Admin Console. We haven’t seen or heard much […]
The world’s first Chrome OS tablet is now a thing and based on Acer’s press release, the Chromebook Tab 10 will be available officially later this month. Acer has updated their website and added a dedicated landing page for the new Chrome OS tablet and it is a sight to behold. Complete with grand-scale photos […]
Pranksters Unite! The holiday made just for the jokster in you is now upon us and our favorite Google Educator John Sowash is back with some fun and friendly Chromebook pranks to liven up your classroom, get on over on your coworkers or maybe just annoy your wife a tad bit.
Oregon-based hardware maker CTL is on fire as of late. Dropping not only the Apollo Lake-powered, 180° J41 Chromebook but what will likely be the most cost-effective Kaby Lake Chromebox to hit the market this year.
If your Chromebook hasn’t been taking a full charge as of late, you’re not alone. It appears that a bug has found its way into the popular C738T model of the Acer Chromebook R11 and users are reporting as little as 40% battery level after a full day on the charger.
CTL has been hard at it out of the gate in 2018. The Chromebook manufacturer from Oregon has already launched two Chrome devices in the past month and they’ve only just begun. While keeping busy in NYC at a Google EDU Summit, other members of the CTL team have headed South as they teamed up […]
We’ve not talked expressly about Google’s Chrome Music Lab, but it falls into the same category that Chrome Experiments does: it is a place to showcase what is possible in Chrome from different perspectives. We have discussed Voice Experiments and the Music Lab is quite similar. Take really amazing web-based tech and push it as […]
BEAVERTON, Ore., Feb. 6, 2018 – PRNewswire Press Release: CTL, an Oregon-based company specializing in comprehensive 1:1 solutions for education, announced today the upcoming release of the CTL Chromebook J41 for Education, the newest addition to their lineup of rugged designed CTL Chromebooks tailor-made for student use. At a glance, the new CTL Chromebook J41 […]