Google’s new app for Chrome OS allows you to mount an SMB file share in your files app in Chrome OS. Although this isn’t new, this is the first native file share client made by Google for Chrome OS. It utilizes a direct port from the Samba client which can be found here.Continue Reading
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.
Google’s new project, Coding with Chrome, aims to provide multiple platform education for everyone from beginner to the advanced designer.Continue Reading
Hey there guys and gals. For those of you that caught Google I/O last week you heard the news that the Google Play Store will soon be coming to Chrome OS. This means you will have full access to the over 1.5 million apps currently available on your Android devices. For a full rundown hit […]Continue Reading
The news of Chrome 51’s release has certainly not been a secret. Rumors and details have been scattered across the web for months now. If you head over to Venturebeat you can find the latest, very extensive list of MOST of the goodies coming to Google’s newest rendering of the world’s most popular web browser.Continue Reading
This just in from intrepid Chrome OS hunter +Brent Sullivan: a new ASUS Chromebook C301 is on the horizon and listed as “Coming Soon” on ASUS’s US Store website. Interestingly, this comes on the heels of the Acer Chromebook 14 we reviewed not long ago here at Chrome Unboxed. A similar build, processor, dimensions, etc. are […]Continue Reading
You read that right. For the first time since the initial release in December 2010, Chrome OS based Chromebooks have outsold Apple Macbooks. Linn Haung of the IDC(International Data Corp.) confirmed Thursday to The Verge that first quarter shipments of Macbooks were around 1.76 million. Dell, HP and Lenovo reporting a combined Chromebook sales of […]Continue Reading
So, Google I/O is all wrapped up, but Thursday morning yielded some seriously ground-breaking news: Android apps are coming to Chrome OS. They are native. And they are ALL coming. All the apps are coming. I wanted to take a minute and unpack what that means for all of us who use Chrome OS and […]Continue Reading