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So Fuchsia may not end up taking over Android or Chrome OS after all

During the Android Fireside Chat at Google I/O 2017 Dave Burke, Google VP of engineering for Android, was asked about the Fuchsia project and he provided a great non-answer.

Samsung’s Delayed Chromebook Pro Should be Available for Purchase May 28

Back in early February, pre-orders went up for the Chromebook Plus, the first to launch from a pair of Samsung-made Chrome OS laptops with Android app compatibility. Both were announced during CES, but as you may have noticed, we’re still waiting on the Chromebook Pro to launch. Show More Summary

Chromebooks may get some Android O features before they show up on phones

Google offered an update on its plans to offer Android app support for Chrome OS, stating that some Android O features could show up on Chromebooks first.

How to get, use night mode on Chrome OS - CNET

Google wants to help you sleep better at night after using one of its Chrome OS devices.

Why Chrome will never be on the Windows Store or Windows 10 S

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Last week, Microsoft finally announced its much-anticipated competitor to Google's Chrome OS. It's called Windows 10 S, and it's essentially a stripped-down, streamlined version of the company's desktop OS. It seems like a solid idea,...Show More Summary

Why Chrome will never be on the Windows Store or Windows 10 S

Last week, Microsoft finally announced its much-anticipated competitor to Google's Chrome OS. It's called Windows 10 S, and it's essentially a stripped-down, streamlined version of the company's desktop OS. It seems like a solid idea,...Show More Summary

Google’s New OS Fuchsia To Take Over Android And Chrome Soon?

After Android and Chrome OS, Google has been working on a new operating system called Fuchsia and now we get to see it come to life – sort of. Android users can check out the progress right on their devices, and see what might be the...Show More Summary

This is the first ever video of Fuchsia, Google’s new mobile OS that will replace Android

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Google is working on a mysterious new operating system called Fuchsia that might one day replace both Android and Chrome. Apparently, Fuchsia is more than a hobby for Google, and the operating system represents a major endeavor for the company. Show More Summary

VMware and Google extend partnership to include Chrome OS management in Workspace One

One of the beautiful things about owning a Google Chromebook laptop is the surprising lack of maintenance involved. The browser is essentially the OS and you connect to applications via the cloud. Everything gets updated automatically. Show More Summary

Chrome OS joins forces with VMware to accelerate the adoption of Chromebooks in the enterprise

From using Windows to web to mobile apps, our Chrome OS enterprise customers will now benefit from an extended partnership with VMware, which we announced today at Dell EMC World. The collaboration includes integration with VMware Workspace ONE, allowing customers to easily and securely deploy applications on Chrome OS devices. Show More Summary

Google has a new OS that may one day kill Android, and this is your first look at it

Google currently has two operating systems out in the wild, Android and Chrome. But we keep hearing that a third OS is in the making — one that might replace Android at some point in the future, and maybe even replace Chrome as well....Show More Summary

Google’s Other In-The-Works Fuchsia OS Gets a UI Preview of Sorts

Google is working on a third operating system called Fuchsia. This is something separate from Android and Chrome OS that isn’t based on Linux and is essentially an all-Google product from top to bottom it seems. It’s kind of been around...Show More Summary

Google’s Fuchsia OS interface hints at a bright post-Android future

Android and Chrome OS apparently aren’t enough for Google, because the company has been working on a third operating system codenamed Fuchsia for over a year. Now that we’re getting our first good look at the OS’ UI, it’s clear Google has big goals for Fuchsia – perhaps even replacing Android some day. Show More Summary

How to Check If You’re Running 64-Bit Chrome and How to Get It

Google has announced that it’ll be auto-migrating 64-bit Windows users to the 64-bit version of Google Chrome. If you’re moderately clued up about computers, you’ll probably know whether or not your CPU and OS are 64-bit. If in doubt,...Show More Summary

Save a few bucks on our favorite convertible Chromebook in this Amazon sale

Google’s Chrome OS is absolutely obliterating Windows in the classroom right now, to the point where Microsoft had to build a new lightweight version of its Windows 10 operating system. This way, Windows computer makers can offer lower-cost laptops aimed at the education market. Show More Summary

Samsung Chromebook Pro delayed, Android apps for Chrome to blame?

The Chromebook Pro has missed its April release date, and the Chrome OS apps are still in beta: are the two connected?

Google isn’t afraid of Microsoft’s Chromebook clone, for obvious reasons

Google's Chrome OS and Chromebook computers are a bit hit among students from high school through college, thanks in no small part to their extreme affordability, ease of use, and overall simplicity. Yesterday, Microsoft announced Windows...Show More Summary

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