As Chrome OS continues to expand its presence in the consumer market, it is likely that there is an increasing number of users that don’t know about Google’s Chromebook goodies web page. For the uninitiated, Google has a page of offers for owners of new Chrome devices. Historically, 100GB of Google Drive (Google One) storage […]
We talk about a ton of stuff here at Chrome Unboxed. From Chromebooks to Chromecast to Google Assistant, the world of Chrome OS is pretty far-reaching. We save our News section for the things that are breaking news to our readers.
Apple has been expanding the availability of its streaming music service recently. Back in April, we reported that the Apple Music Android app was available on Chromebooks with Chromecast support on the way. Apple has now launched a new web interface for Apple Music that allows subscribers to listen to music directly in the browser […]
I’m only partially kidding with that title. It seems that everyone on the internet has witnessed a Pixel 4 leak at this point. The only real question left at this point is: which Pixel 4 leak haven’t you seen? The phone has been leaked by Google and countless other sources to the extent that I […]
Chrome OS 76 is nearly old news at this point. In a world where updates happen every six weeks and sometimes get delayed just a bit, six weeks can fly by in the blink of an eye. With Chrome OS 76, we saw all sorts of new features both out of the box and behind […]
One of the coolest features of Stadia will be the way Google’s own controller will handle communications with the game server. Instead of plugging the controller directly into your gaming device – be it your Chromebook, phone or tablet – users will be able to set the controller up to communicate directly with the same […]
It’s not even been a month since the original leaks and rumors about Google’s new Nest Home Mini began surfacing. In late August, we reported on a new, upcoming addition to Google’s smart speaker lineup upon hearing about it from a trusted source over at 9to5 Google. Though we had little reason to doubt this […]
Chrome’s “send to your device” feature has been living quietly behind in the Stable versions of the browser and OS for some time now. However, a recent update to the Canary builds will add a new ability that should prove to be very useful for many users. Much like sending a tab to your phone […]
This one comes with free grain of salt or two, but we may now know the date of Google’s upcoming hardware event where we’ll see the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, but also some other hardware we here at Chrome Unboxed are way more excited about. Don’t get me wrong, I think the Pixel […]
CTL has taken the term “rugged” to the next level with their latest offering in the Chrome OS space. The companies new NL7T-X2 takes their popular Apollo Lake Chromebook and wraps it in a drop-resistant case and adds a rarely seen Accidental Damage Protection policy.
A device that I’ve been looking forward to since it was unveiled at Google I/O 2019 is now available for purchase. Google’s Nest Hub Max is the company’s latest smart displays and introduces some new features that makes it stand out from last year’s Nest Hub (formerly the Home Hub), which ended up becoming my […]
Back in April of this year, signs were unsurprisingly pointed to the eventual arrival of Android Q on Chrome OS, but we’ve not heard much on this front in the ensuing weeks since that initial nugget of info was uncovered. Meanwhile, the Android team has been full steam ahead getting the final pieces in place […]
In what looks to be another odd move, ASUS is clearly nearing a release of it’s next flagship-level Chromebook in the ASUS Chromebook Flip C433. That model number is both illuminating and confounding at the same time. Before these latest images were recently uncovered by About Chromebooks, we weren’t sure exactly what the C433 was […]