Posts Tagged ‘Chrome OS’

Google has just announced the Pixel 3 / 3 XL smartphones, a Pixel Slate tablet, new updated Chromecast, a Home Hub, and more. Here’s everything you need to know about them.

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A new report claims Google’s Project Fuchsia aims to create an operating system that is capable of being run on any and all of Google’s devices, which would mean the end of Android and Chrome OS.

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With Apple expected to announce a new, low-end and ultimately low-cost iPad during its education-focused March 27th event, Google has sought to steal a march on its long time competitor by getting a tablet of its own out the door first.

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First Windows 10 Cloud screenshots have leaked onto the web. Here’s what Microsoft’s upcoming Chrome OS competitor looks like.

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People poking around inside recent Windows Insider test builds have discovered an as yet unannounced “Windows 10 Cloud” version of the operating system to compete with Google’s Chrome OS.

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A new report today claims that Google is working on two pieces of hardware, having differing form factors, on which it will run the Andromeda Android / Chrome OS hybrid operating system. The report has a convertible notebook computer as well as a new, Nexus-badged tablet in the works.

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At it’s I/O 2016 conference, Google has announced that it will be bringing Google Play Store and Android apps to the Chrome OS. It will be detailing the project to developers at a session to be held today at the conference.

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Google’s Chromecast burst onto the scene back in 2013, and with an incredibly cheap price tag and simple functionality, has offered many standard television sets a degree of smart TV functionality. Today, another compact, HDMI-based product has been announced by the Big G, and this one will turn your TV into an all-singing Chrome PC for under a hundred bucks.

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If you’ve ever used a Chromebook or indeed, a Chrome tower, you’ll know that the software feels just a little bit too light. Sure, it’s fast, and if you’re heavily invested on Google products on the Web, then it’s awesome for your day-to-day needs, but in some instances – i.e. where the use of an app is required – it’s always good to have a Mac or PC handy. In a concerted effort try and resolve the issue of Chrome OS feeling like something of a ghost town, Google has announced its intention to get Android apps running natively on its desktop software, and although the process is still in the early stages, this could be a significant step in getting consumers onside with Chrome OS.

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Google clearly wants to take over the world with its search, mobile and desktop businesses and now it seems that it may want to take over your Windows 8 desktop, according to a tasty morsel uncovered by The Verge. More details can be found right after the jump.

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If running Android on a tablet doesn’t fill you with excitement, what about the prospect of installing Chromium OS on that same tablet, adding a distinctly desktop-like flavor to proceedings? Sounds good, right? Right!

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UK-based web developer and hacker Liam Mcloughlin aka Hexxeh has managed to get Chromium OS working on MacBook Air. He’s made it available to everyone who’s willing to give it a spin and we’re prepared a guide for you to help you do it!

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