Not surprisingly, this week’s episode of The Chrome Cast circled around Google’s upcoming hardware event, it’s timing, and the enigma known only as ‘Atlas’. Talking through the recent decision by Google to ‘leak’ the Pixel 4, an FCC filing for a new Chromebook by Google, and a leaked-retracted-confirmed date for the launch date of the […]
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This week on The Chrome Cast, we spend a good bit of time talking about the present and future of gaming on Chromebooks. As Stadia continues looming over the future, there are already a few games for Chromebooks that are taking full advantage of the Chromebook form factor and all it brings to the table. […]
The Chrome Cast is back at it this week, and our discussion is dominated by Google’s upcoming ‘Atlas’ Chromebook that we feel sure will either be the Pixelbook 2 or at least in the Pixelbook family of devices. So many things about ‘Atlas’ are confusing and could point to various end games for Google, but […]
Based on that title, you can probably guess what we talked about this week. From all angles, the last part of 2019 looks primed to deliver a vast army of Chrome OS devices on every front. We have ‘Hatch’-based Chromebooks, Snapdragon 845 Chromebooks, MediaTek 8183 Chromebooks, and maybe even AMD flagships coming in the next […]
This week on The Chrome Cast, our discussion time circled mainly around Google, Pixelbook, and what a new commit in the repositories could mean for the future of the Pixelbook line from an affordability standpoint. With the removal of NVMe signaling a more affordable PIxelbook, could the Pixel 3a mindset end up permeating into Google’s […]
It’s been an eventful couple weeks with Google and as we return to our regularly-scheduled podcast, we’re talking about some of the major shifts Google is making from a hardware perspective. From deciding to officially call it quits on making a Google-branded tablet to leaking an image of the Pixel 4, Google has grabbed a […]
In this week’s episode, we are mainly dominated by the announcements surrounding Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service. With availability, pricing, and an initial game lineup finally revealed, we take some time to react to all that could be coming in the near future.
In this week on The Chrome Cast we cover a lot of ground. From news of the Pixelbook being tested with ARM chips to gauging the worth of the Pixel Slate in light of the $200 price slash to finally welcoming the Apple Magic Trackpad 2 as a fully-supported Chrome OS accessory, this episode gets […]
In this week’s episode, we talk through quite a few things, but there is a clear theme that runs throughout the entire episode: the app gap. Chrome OS as an ecosystem is slowly overcoming these missing pieces in the form of a proper video editor in Adobe Premiere Rush and through an upcoming ability to […]
This week we’re in a post-Google I/O hangover, talking through a ton of news that has happened since the event and a few things that were pretty important that occurred after last week’s podcast at I/O. The big conversation continued to swirl around Hiroshi Lockheimer’s rather bullish outlook that Chrome OS is positioned as the […]
Google I/O 2019 has now come and gone and we are taking a bit of time talking though all the highlights from the event. There were new devices announced, tons of new services, and quite a bit of Chrome OS-specific news unveiled.
Google I/O, though routinely a developer’s conference, looks to be bringing us some new hardware along with all the new software we can expect for the future from Google. Though I/O is clearly aimed at developers, there’s a ton of news that comes out of this event about all the things that we can expect […]