We’ve talked quite a bit about the upcoming device known as ‘Nautilus’ around here recently. We’re inclined to think this device could see a release date later in 2018, so it makes sense that we’ll keep seeing small hints about what ‘Nautilus’ will bring to the table before that time gets here. We know a […]
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Before we get down to business, let me address the masses who are questioning why the new Chromebook ‘Nautilus’ failed to make an appearance last week at CES. Long story short, the detachable Chromebook we suspect is coming from Samsung, is nowhere near ready for production. The device has only been in development for roughly […]
First off, sorry about the long title. There is a commit in the Chromium Repositories that points to the main point of this article, and we’ll get there shortly. However, in the middle of the commit, there is additional language that clearly points to the fact that ‘Nautilus’ is without doubt a Samsung-made Chromebook.
Last month, Gabriel published a fantastic article outlining the reasons we are quite sure the upcoming detachable Chromebook only known at this point as ‘Nautilus’ is made by Samsung. Today, we have yet another really fun tidbit about Samsung’s latest foray into the Chromebook world.
Fresh off the heels of Google’s Pixelbook announcement, the wheels of the Chromium OS project continue to turn and development moves forward. The jury may still be out on the impact the Pixelbook will have on the consumer Chromebook market but it appears that hasn’t slowed manufacturers from pushing the platform’s limits by pumping out […]
The Files app in Chrome OS is clean, simple, and does exactly what it needs to. You can find your downloads, create new folders, access Google Drive and manage your Android storage. Linux, on the other hand, may feel a bit daunting if you’re trying to see where your files and folders are living. For […]
We spend a lot of time tracking new devices in the Chromium repositories. As of late, that has become a full-time job with dozens of new Chromebooks in development and more being added every week. While each and every new device is exciting, occasionally a Chromebook pops up that literally puts us on the edge […]
We’ve been tracking the Chromebook known only as ‘Kohaku’ for many months at this point. Based on a number of reasons like Samsung email addresses all over the commits, the device containing a Samsung-made battery, multiple references back to ‘Caroline’ (the Samsung Chromebook Pro), and references to a removable stylus, we’re quite sure ‘Kohaku’ is […]
Google once again made waves yesterday as they bucked convention and decided to release more info about the Pixel 4 prior to the official launch of the device in the coming months. While this move feels a bit odd in the current climate of attempted secrecy by manufacturers and leaks left and right by the […]
Back in August of 2018, a few stories went around stating that Google was working on a facial recognition feature for Chromebooks and, to be perfectly honest, I couldn’t find any real evidence at the time pointing to anything beyond facial recognition for cameras. After all, modern mobile cameras use facial recognition all the time, […]
Well, the time has come to address the elephant in the room. October has long passed and with it Google’s annual hardware event. As expected, the Pixel Slate, a.k.a. ‘Nocturne’ made its debut. Love it or hate it, the “tablet first” Chromebook #MadeByGoogle is the belle of the ball at the moment and clearly the […]
The inevitable has happened. The LTE variant of the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 is now official and will be available for purchase on November 2nd. Created for the “Always On” Consumer, the LTE-enabled Chromebook Plus features the exact same internals as its wifi-only sibling but you’ll have to pony up an extra $100 to add […]