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.
When it comes to product support, Google’s go-to line of defense is generally the Google Help pages and the volunteer-driven product forums. From Google Chrome to YouTube and everything in between, […]
Google’s hardware event on October 4th, one of the things mentioned on stage that has been largely forgotten is the fact that Snapchat is building a desktop version of their app for the Pixelbook. That’s kind of a big deal.
Google is sparing no expense in promoting the latest line of #madebygoogle products. Like last year, Google is opening two “Pop Up” locations, one in New York and one in […]
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.
Apart from being the halo device for Chrome OS for the foreseeable future, the Pixelbook has a few other tricks up its sleeve in the way of having some exclusive (for now) Android apps.
The Google PixelBook is now a real thing and in just a few short weeks the #madebygoogle Chromebook will be gracing the homes of countless users. As with any high-end […]
We’ve said it before, but it bears repeating; Google is going all-in on the Pixelbook. Gone are the days of nascent advertising and scant mentions for Google’s own Chromebooks. Instead, we’re now in the time of #madebyGoogle and all the marketing, focus, and exposure that goes along with it.
Ocotber 4th has come and gone and with it, Google’s second annual hardware showcase has graced us with a sack full of new goodies to talk about, review and marvel […]