Chromebooks are already growing more popular with each passing quarter, having recently surpassed MacBook sales for the first time ever. These Chrome OS powered machines are already likely far more capable than you think, but their utility is about to increase exponentially. Show More Summary
Following the announcement of Android apps for Chrome OS, Google has given tablet manufacturers a touch choice moving forward, but will Ch
Eager to try out Chrome OS , but not ready to ditch Windows entirely? Thanks to the latest software package from Neverware, you can have both. By installing the company’s CloudReady software, you can turn your Windows laptop into a Chromebook, and it’s also possible to set up a dual-boot system using both operating systems. Read more...
The browser war never ends. No matter how many times we compare all of the major browsers to determine a winner, the answer is always the same: learn what each browser offers and use the one that best suits your own needs. The problem...Show More Summary
Google's Chrome OS partners Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Samsung and Lenovo collectively shipped 37 percent more low-priced netbooks than the number of premium laptops Apple sold during the quarter in the U.S., although most of those Chromebook sales were to K-12 schools.
Google this week is holding their big I/O conference. Much like Microsoft's Build Google uses the event to talk about the future of its various – and increasingly divergent – product lines (See Google I/O 2016 Day 2: Everything you need...Show More Summary
Google is bringing Android apps to Chrome OS, Chromebooks outsell Macs in the U.S., Gran Turismo Sport has a release date, help Google name Android N, and watch a nightmarish vision of our future. Use Android Apps on Your Chromebook The @googleplay store is coming to #Chromebooks. Show More Summary
One of the most exciting features coming in Android N is one that doesn't have an iPhone equivalent, and it concerns systems updates. Google adapted one of the features from Chrome OS for Android in order to offer users quick and hassle-free updates. Show More Summary
Google's Chrome OS and Chromebooks have never been an appealing option for me, but the ability to run Android apps on Chrome just might be the thing that gets me on board.
Google’s Android and Chrome OS operating systems soon will run the same apps.
Chromebook sales in the US are on the rise in the US, overtaking Macs for the first time. With the news that Chrome OS will get Google Play and Android app support later this year, Chromebook sales will likely grow even further.
According to research firm IDC, more Google Chromebooks were sold in the first quarter of 2016 than all of Apple's Mac line. The milestone marked the first time Google's Chrome OS moved more units than OS X in the United States.
Google’s Chrome OS just gave users a new reason to switch to a Chromebook. If you haven’t hopped on the Chrome OS bandwagon yet and want to, there are more reasons now than ever to change. Reports say that Google’s Chrome OS is adding Android Apps and the Google Play Store to its web browser.... Show More Summary
Chrome OS sits at a strange intersection of technology. It’s an alloy of Web and desktop, which does it little service for power users. The addition of Android apps for Chrome OS will help, and the sleeper hit may be gaming. At a session during I/O, Google execs confirmed you’d be able to run any Android app you liked on Chrome OS — at least someday. Show More Summary
At Google I/O 2016, we've seen the two parts that could come together to revolutionize Google on the desktop. So it's official — Android apps on the Google Play Store are coming to Chromebooks. As expected, Google will open the floodgates and bring native Android app support to Chrome OS, complete with its own app market, later this year. Show More Summary
Computers powered by Google's Chrome operating system are common enough now that you already know the story. Chrome OS is just as capable and versatile as Windows but it's available on computers at a fraction of the price. If you're looking for a solid laptop for light work, streaming media and web browsing, we've got just the thing for you. Show More Summary
All the people who gripe about Chrome OS not supporting Office, or Photoshop, or that weird app you use to track your expenses, can finally shut up. The post Your Chromebook Will Soon Be Able to Run Android Apps appeared first on WI...
Google has published a list of Chromebooks that will be able to run Android apps when the feature arrives later this year in Chrome OS. Included are well-known Chromebooks like the Acer Chromebook 14, Google's Chromebook Pixel, and some...Show More Summary
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google's Play Store, home to more than 1 million Android apps, is finally moving beyond the confines of Android. Chrome OS, the operating system that powers Chromebooks, is getting support for the Play Store,Show More Summary