This morning, on my way to the office, a bizarre thing happened: I actually listened to a radio ad. Most radio stations, even the big ones, run tons of localized ads. In the radio space, local ads make sense and drive the market. Only, most local ads are poorly produced and a bit laughable at […]
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Okay, so bear with me as I hypothesize for a few paragraphs. As much as I’d love to say I have hard evidence supporting my title, I do not. I do, however, want to take a few minutes to verbalize what many of you are already thinking. Besides, it’s good to dream, right? Before we […]
It’s been quite some time since we’ve mentioned this subject here at Chrome Unboxed. Just in case you missed it, you can find Robby’s detailed argument about this phantom operating system here. To sum up, Andromeda is(or more accurately is rumored to be) a secret OS that Google has been developing that would essentially “fold […]
Google Shops have been popping up in Best Buy and Curry’s PC World stores in Canada and the UK, showing off Google’s latest wares like the Pixel, Daydream, and Google Home. One addition to these Shops that has us very encouraged is the selection of Chromebooks on offer.
The last arrival of the new wave of products announced at Google’s 10/4 #madebygoogle event is now up for pre-order. The listing over at the Google Store shows the device shipping in 2-3 weeks.
Announced back at Google’s 10/4 hardware event, the Daydream View is now shipping. While it is made for phones, not Chromebooks, this little device should stay on everyone’s radar. Let me explain why.
Google’s Chromecast has had no issue holding its own in the consumer market. With over 30 million units sold, it has wrangled a formidable 35% of the streaming device market in 2015. Undoubtedly, Chromecast devices have proven their worth and ability with consumers. With the release of the third generation Chromecast Ultra, it now appears Google is […]
Google’s new flagship phone, the Pixel, received quite a bit of scrutiny after its debut at the 10/4 event. But, let’s be honest, a newly branded flagship phone from Google that’s consumer focused is going to draw critics like flies to honey.
Made. By. Google. It has a certain enigmatic appeal to it. On one hand, it seems a strange, fairy-tale we’ve all talked about but never really believed in. On the other hand, it makes perfect sense. Google has spent years gathering data about EVERYTHING. Now, the search giant has self-evolved into something so much more. Because […]
We like to speculate about new devices and features. We love to dream about the perfect Chromebook and never-before-seen hardware on a Chrome OS device. But, we also try to keep an open mind and objective eye when seeking out upcoming devices and development. We spend a TON of time reading through commit after commit, thousands of […]
10/4 has come and gone. We saw a lot of things to be excited about. But we were also a bit disappointed as Chromebooks and Chrome OS took a back seat to the marketing extravaganza that is the Google Assistant. Now that the smoke has cleared, it’s back to business as usual here at Chrome […]
Last week we reported on what a looks to be a new Chromebox in the works. ‘Fievel’ appears to be a Rockchip device powered by the RK3288 ARM® SoC. This is the same chip that powers products like the ASUS Flip, Chromebit, Haier Chromebook 11 and a plethora of Android TV devices. But why a 2 […]