Google is building a Chrome-based development environment, code-named Spark. The IDE would function as a Chrome app on a Chromebook and would enable developers to build apps for Chrome faster and easier than they can currently.
It’s been a big week for the Chromebook, first with the HP Chromebook 11, and now with the Acer C720
Nap rooms are so 2000s. Massage rooms are a dime a dozen. And the in-office gym has been around since at least the 90s. So if you want to up the ante, attract the best talent, and have the most brag-worthy office in the world, you need more.
No it’s not an early April Fool’s joke.
Not content to let Asus and Samsung have all the fun, Lenovo this morning announced a Chromebook laptop of its own for education buyers.
Google’s Android mobile OS is touch from the bottom up. So wouldn’t you expect Google’s ChromeOS to be touchable as well?
Google is finally learning from the mistakes of its previous Chromebooks and pricing its latest model far more competitively.
No, it’s not the 90s and no, Larry Ellison is not hawking network computers. Instead, it’s 2012, and Google is. Sorta.
In our many trips to the Google campus during 2011, we heard and saw a lot of what the company got up to in 2011.
Google announced via Twitter on Thursday that its Chromebook laptops are now available for pre-order from Amazon and Best Buy. The half dozen models that can be ordered are manufactured by Samsung and Acer and are expected to ship on June 15.
Google unveiled a program that will basically let a business or educational institute run the entire company with Chromebooks — notebooks that are lightweight and attached to a web-based operating system — that are managed through a centralized web administrator.