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Forget Windows 10 S — Microsoft needs a true 'lite' version of Windows

Chrome OS is fast, clean and, most important, lightweight. Windows 10 S is... the same old Windows 10 with a virtual app block. Microsoft can, and should, do better. If Microsoft wants to get serious about competing with Google in the...Show More Summary

VMware broadens endpoint management support with Workspace ONE enhancements

VMware, Inc. has broadened platform support in its Workspace ONE endpoint management suite to now include Windows, MacOS, Chrome OS, iOS, and Android. Workspace ONE will also now integrate application programming interfaces from major endpoint platform providers to stay current with updates and new versions. Show More Summary

Google takes on Windows 10 with the new Chrome Enterprise

With the Chrome OS and Chromebooks, Google succeeded in winning the education market in the US from Microsoft and Apple. Now, they are trying to enter the enterprise market which is a stronghold of Microsoft. Chrome Enterprise is a new...Show More Summary

Google Launches Chrome Enterprise

With Microsoft's cloud and hardware business units continuing to grow, Google is fighting back with the launch of Chrome Enterprise. This is a new version of Chrome OS that adds a bunch of management and security features that bolster the comany's efforts to push further into the business market. More »      

Google launches Chrome Enterprise so businesses can use Chromebooks, too

Google wants you to use a Chromebook at work. The company just announced a new enterprise version of Chrome OS that will make it much easier for businesses to use Chromebooks. SEE ALSO: 7 features to look forward to in Android O Chrome...Show More Summary

Google rolls out a new Chrome OS bundle for enterprises

Google Inc. is looking to make Chrome OS more widespread in the enterprise. To that end, the company has today introduced a new service that enables companies to centrally manage employee devices running the operating system. It’s dubbed Chrome Enterprise and costs $50 per endpoint per year. Show More Summary

Introducing Chrome Enterprise

Since we launched Chrome OS in 2009, our goal has been to build the simplest, fastest, and most secure operating system possible. And we’ve been inspired by all the ways we’ve seen businesses embrace Chrome, from Chromebooks in the office, to shared Chrome devices in the field, to signage and kiosks for customer engagement in retail. Show More Summary

Google launches Chrome Enterprise subscription service for Chrome OS

Google is launching a new enterprise service for large businesses that want to adopt Chrome OS devices. The new Chrome Enterprise subscription, which will cost $50 per device and year, is essentially a rebrand of Chromebooks for Work, but with a number of additional capabilities. Show More Summary

More Chromebooks get Google Play, Night Light hits Chrome OS dev channel

You can now run Android apps on four new Chromebooks made by Lenovo, Dell, and Asus. Also, Night Mode in now available for Chrome OS dev channel.

Samsung Chromebook Plus vs. Pro: The Differences and Which Should you Buy?

Samsung's 2017 Chromebook lineup offers something for everyone with two equally great models. Samsung introduced a pair of great Chromebooks with the unveiling of the Pro and the Plus. In addition of the Chrome OS features we've been...Show More Summary

Google looks to make Chrome OS much more touch-friendly than before

Google's Chrome OS redesign makes the desktop far more touch-friendly than before and could signal the introduction of new types of Chrome OS devices.

Chrome OS is about to look a lot more like Android

It’s no secret that Google is trying to bring Chrome OS closer to Android, most recently allowing Chromebooks to run Android apps. But now the company is trying to imitate some of Android’s UI in Chrome OS as well. As spotted by Engadget,...Show More Summary

Chrome OS is Getting a Sweet Touch-Friendly Launcher

3 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

Because Chrome OS is now running on computers that fit the traditional model (keyboard + screen) and those that are more hybrid-like (with touchscreens!), it makes sense that the operating system evolves. One area that appears to be a current focus is Chrome OS’ launcher. Show More Summary

Google testing a new touch-oriented design on Chrome OS

Chrome OS is getting closer to being tablet-friendly! Once upon a time, Chrome OS wasn't the most touch-friendly system. There weren't many touchscreen models of Chromebooks, and there was no real rush to fix how a system designed for...Show More Summary

A new Chromebook to compete with Apple and Microsoft is reportedly in the works (GOOG)

A report from ChromeUnboxed claims that Google is working on a new Chromebook laptop that would compete with similar devices from rivals Apple and Microsoft. The site scanned public comments from Chrome OS developers, and found thatShow More Summary

Chrome OS may be getting a night mode soon

We’re used to our devices having night modes. That orange filter over the screen is a big improvement at night, where cool colors can strain the eyes and hurt your sleep. However, Chrome OS still doesn’t have such a feature. Thankfully, Google is on it. A Night Light feature has been [...]

Google is dominating Apple in the classroom (GOOG)

Google products are quickly becoming the go-to in many US classrooms, a new report finds. Beating out Apple iOS and Microsoft Windows in key aspects of school computer usage, Google's Chrome OS is the preferred operating system on the majority of school desktop computers. Show More Summary

Dreams do come true: Chrome OS will soon have a native night mode

Your circadian rhythm thanks you. Night owls, I understand your perspective. Night time is the right time to hunker down, light a few candles, and get into the zone with your Chromebook. But all that blue light shining in our faces is...Show More Summary

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