Dude, you’re gettin’ a Dell (Chromebook).
Its latest Chromebook, the C720P, packs a touchscreen for just $300. In comparison, Google’s Chromebook Pixel, the only previous model with a touchscreen, sells for a whopping $1,300.
When I want an expert to assess whether or not I’ve made a solid purchase of a recent computer, naturally I go to the bumbling (yet lovable) hacks on History Channel’s Pawn Stars.
Apple had its best quarter ever in education, CEO Tim Cook said today on the company’s quarterly earnings call. That includes the companies highest sales ever, and a 94 percent tablet market share for iPad.
Google is calling its new Chromebook 11 the “Chromebook for everyone,” and it may just be right.
Intel moves forward with “pervasive computing” technologies at IDF.
We’ve been astounded how far the web has come, Google engineering director Erik Kay said in a blog post. And promptly unveiled a entirely new class of Chrome apps that are designed for your desktop, not the web.
While Google’s Chromebook laptops might not be popular with consumers, a new Forrester report suggests it’s time for businesses to start thinking about using them.
Targeting the back-to-school shopping rush, Google announced today that its Chromebook computers will soon come to even more major retail stores.
Millions of Malaysian kids will be writing stories, collecting data, creating presentations, and organizing the future of their education in the cloud — Google’s cloud.
After being Amazon.com’s best-selling laptop for 149 days straight, Google is taking its Chromebook show on the road, both internationally and at home.
Forget Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Google just announced perhaps the best sale of the entire Christmas season, at least as far as electronics and computers are concerned.
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.
Eric Kay, engineering manager at Google
Google’s ”Chrome team elves” have been busy prepping for the holidays and will be celebrating with an update to the Chrome OS and a price drop on Acer and Samsung Chromebooks to $299, the company announced.
Google today finally unveiled its plans for Chrome OS-powered laptops, which the company is calling Chromebooks.